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October 25 - October 31, 2015

Some roadways, like the new LBJ Expressway in Dallas, are charging varying toll rates, based on traffic volume and peak usage times, as a means to repay private investors in public-private partnership (P3) highway projects. Do you think this is a wise move?


No, I do not believe we should have public and private money mixed together for P3 projects.
Yes, I agree that investors have to make a profit, but I don’t like that the toll lanes change prices throughout the day based on traffic; that’s a penalty to the drivers.
No, because the investors are making interest on their bonds, so cut the additional fees.
Yes, the investors have to make their money back somehow, so that’s fine.

Voting for this poll closed on Saturday, October 31, 2015



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