Drivers Decry Rise of Toll Lanes as Texas's LBJ Expressway Opens

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  • Investors now look to see if motorists will pay for express
  • Tolling sparks anger by those opposed to paying to drive

Newly rebuilt Interstate 635 in Dallas, Texas, also know as the LBJ Express, has new express lanes as well as toll-free lanes. Source: LBJ Express

The 13 miles of rebuilt Interstate 635 in North Dallas offer something for everyone: express lanes for those who want to pay to bypass traffic, toll-free lanes for those who don’t, no maintenance costs for the state and, officials hope, less congestion.

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