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Debate on fares and fairness intensifies

Bills seek relief for Pike drivers

The Weston toll booths provide access to the Massachusetts Turnpike for many drivers from suburbs west of Boston. Legislators representing the suburbs say these drivers have unfairly shouldered the burgeoning costs of the Big Dig. The Weston toll booths provide access to the Massachusetts Turnpike for many drivers from suburbs west of Boston. Legislators representing the suburbs say these drivers have unfairly shouldered the burgeoning costs of the Big Dig. (file 2006/globe staff)
By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / June 1, 2007

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Metrowest lawmakers demanded lower Massachusetts Turnpike tolls yesterday, arguing that commuters from western suburbs have for years shouldered an unfair share of Big Dig costs. (Full article: 799 words)

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