Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Tolling topic of Collin County Commissioners' workshop

By Penny Rathbun, staff writer for The Frisco Star
Friday, May 4, 2007 2:34 PM CDT)
The Collin County Commissioners Court held a work session Monday night in Frisco's City Hall...
Five people spoke to the Commissioners Court on the issue of tolling State Highway 121, including Frisco Mayor Mike Simpson, City Manager George Purefoy, and Frisco Mayor Pro Tem Maher Maso.

All of them were against the tolling, and Purefoy presented a detailed report on the flaws in the Texas Department of Transportation's plan for SH 121 His report shows that the toll will continue to escalate with a 45 percent higher rate for users without toll tags
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