Getting There: Proposed toll hikes draw hostile reception
A proposal to impose the largest toll increases in the state's history received a hostile reception from residents Monday night as the Maryland Transportation Authority brought its proposal to Baltimore for public comment.
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#1 Jun 23, 2011
The hostility is not so much that prices increase, but it is that the money collected from the people traveling the bridge (like those of us who are daily commuters because there are not enough jobs on the shore) relates to the fact 100% of the money will go to Baltimore County and Baltimore City rather than some of the money going to help the people who actually use the bridge (OMG - even if it all went to repairs).
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