What Connecticut tolls could cost you and your family every day, each month and every year

Hundreds of people made their voices heard in Wallingford Wednesday night, saying no to tolls. The public forum was hosted by Senate Republicans and comes on the heels of Governor Ned Lamont’s office releasing new numbers on what tolls could cost you and your family.

Town Hall was standing room only with very outspoken voters saying they can’t afford tolls.

“That’s clothes for your kids, when you’re a working class person, $750 dollars or $15/week – that’s a not eating or not having gas or heat,” Meghan Portfolio from Middletown said.