Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Tolls for I-95, 422, Schuylkill Expressway?

From the 1790s until World War I, major roads were privately-run and financed by tolled. Harrisburg is thinking about "public-private partnerships" that could charge tolls to pay for road expansion and bridge repairs.

Tolls for I-95, 422, Schuylkill Expressway?

PA roads need work, the government is broke, contractors are hungry, investors are looking for deals. So Harrisburg is weighing "public-private partnerships" that may charge electronic surveillance-based tolls to finance road expansions and bridge repairs. More in my PhillyDeals column in today's Inquirer here.

Joseph N. DiStefano
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PhillyDeals posts raw drafts and updates of Joseph N. DiStefano's columns and stories about Philly-area finance, investment, commercial real estate, tech, hiring and public spending, which he's been writing since 1989, mostly for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

DiStefano studied economics, history and a little engineering at Penn, taught writing at St. Joe's, and has written the book Comcasted, more than a thousand columns, and thousands of articles, and raised six children with his wife, who is a saint.

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