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The 56-year-old Tobin Bridge carries nearly 10 million cars a year across the Mystic River. A state commission will recommend that the bridge be turned over to the Turnpike Authority.

Mass. Pike may get Tobin Bridge tolls

Member says panel to urge span transfer

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / May 24, 2006

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A special state commission will call for transferring oversight of the Tobin Bridge and its millions in toll revenue from the Massachusetts Port Authority to the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, according to a key member of the commission. (Full article: 939 words)

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