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Oklahoma Pike to Consider Toll Hike that Could Reach 16%

Tulsa World reports, “The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority will consider a toll increase to finance the construction of $892 million in proposed improvements to the state turnpike system.” The report adds that the OTA approved a 16 percent increase in 2009, and “… October, Oklahoma Secretary of Transportation Gary Ridley said another 16 percent rate increase may be […] The post Oklahoma Pike to Consider Toll Hike that Could Reach 16% appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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