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Streetsblog Takes a Hard Look at the SH 130 Bankruptcy

Streetsblog USA reports, “From the beginning, there were plenty of reasons to suspect that Texas 130 — a private toll road between San Antonio and Austin — was a bad idea. For one thing, the state of Texas looked into extending the highway in 2006 and concluded it wouldn’t generate nearly enough toll revenue to pay for construction.” The post Streetsblog Takes a Hard Look at the SH 130 Bankruptcy appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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