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Interstate Compacts: Transparency and Oversight of Bi-State Tolling Authorities Could Be Enhanced
Susan Fleming (au)
The Northeast has some of the most highly traveled interstate crossings in the U.S., funded by toll revenues collected from the traveling public. Since 1921, Congress has allowed New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware to enter into legal agreements known as interstate compacts, establishing four bi-state tolling authorities to build and maintain toll bridges and tunnels. In recent years, bi-state tolling authorities have come under scrutiny for toll increases and other concerns. This report examined: (1) the authority of bi-state tolling authorities to set and use tolls and the factors that influence toll setting; (2) the extent to which the authorities involve and inform the public in toll-setting decisions; and (3) the extent to which the authorities are subject to external and internal oversight. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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