Roadway tolls have been suspended since Sept. 5 to allow for residents to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma and return afterward. There’s no estimate available yet as to when they might be re-instated.
Roadway tolls have been suspended since Sept. 5 to allow for residents to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma and return afterward. There’s no estimate available yet as to when they might be re-instated. John VanBeekum Miami Herald
Roadway tolls have been suspended since Sept. 5 to allow for residents to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma and return afterward. There’s no estimate available yet as to when they might be re-instated. John VanBeekum Miami Herald

When will drivers have to pay tolls again? Stay tuned, the governor says

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