Governor: I-95 toll isn’t a done deal yet
RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Is the Governor changing his tune about a proposed toll on Interstate 95 in Sussex County?
During his “Ask the Governor” radio show in Richmond Wednesday morning, Governor Bob McDonnell says he knows a toll would create a hardship for people living in the area, and maintains a toll isn’t a done deal yet.
In fact, the governor says he is also considering several other options, but says this is the best one on the table right now.
Additionally, he says he is also working with the localities around the proposed toll to determine the best location and the exact cost.
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