A judge ruled Wednesday that the state's $2.1 billion public-private Midtown Tunnel deal and its tolls are unconstitutional, throwing uncertainty over a project that is months into construction ...
Judge: Midtown Tunnel toll deal is unconstitutional Posted to : Local Government TollsNews Traffic - TransportationState Government Login or register to post comments By Dave Forster
Toll judgment throws Midtown into chaos 22 May 2013 Peter Kenyon, TunnelTalk A court ruling that tolls to help pay for construction of the new Midtown immersed tube tunnel in Virginia, USA, are unconstitutional, has cast doubt on the major funding source for the US$2.1 billion PPP project.
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Terms of the 58-year tunnel deal call for renovating the existing tunnels, building a second Midtown Tunnel tube and extending the Martin Luther King Jr. Freeway in Portsmouth to Interstate 264.
This is not good for the VA ERC project... http:// hamptonroads.com/2013/05/judge-midtown-tunnel-toll-deal-unconstitutional … #publicprivatepartnerships
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A Virginia judge on Wednesday threw out a contentious toll plan to help fund a $2 billion tunnel project, ruling that the Virginia Department of Transportation couldn't set toll rates without ...
VA Circuit Court Judge Decision Declares Tunnel Tolls Unconstitutional; Could Impact Other Public-Private Partnerships ... $2.1 billion public-private partnership on the Midtown Tunnel and its tolls are unconstitutional and that the state’s 1995 Public-Private ... of Transportation “unfettered power” to set toll rates under the Act. ...
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