Why $20 billion for transportation is a bargain in Connecticut with or without tolls

Today, we are talking about improving the state of Connecticut’s roads so that commuters, truckers, students and those just passing through can do so with minimal delay. Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed a $20 billion bill that would reduce “choke points” on our roads, bridges, ports, airports and trains. The proposal also includes the reintroduction of tolls to partially pay for this significant capital investment.