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Traffic on toll facilities up from April but still down from last year


Land Line

Tyson Fisher

AUGUST 26, 2020 Five months ago, a national emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, keeping people home and dramatically decreasing traffic. A recent report shows that since then, traffic is up but still down compared to a year ago. On Aug. 19, the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association released its five-month update on the state of transportation during the pandemic. IBTTA, an association for owners and operators of toll facilities, is reporting that although the situation is better it is still experiencing “significant impacts.” An update held in May revealed traffic volumes down as much as 80% at some toll facilities, costing the toll industry tens of millions of dollars. Below is the latest information from certain toll facilities: View the full article: LandLine.media

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