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Fast Lane discount has new booster

Transportation chief backs 3-month plan

Mass. Turnpike drivers with Fast Lane toll devices, using designated lanes in Brighton, now get a discount that costs the Turnpike Authority $1 million a month. Mass. Turnpike drivers with Fast Lane toll devices, using designated lanes in Brighton, now get a discount that costs the Turnpike Authority $1 million a month. (JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF)
By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / March 20, 2007

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Transportation Secretary Bernard Cohen plans today to ask the board of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority to extend Fast Lane discounts through June while seeking cost savings and legislative help to fund the program permanently. (Full article: 471 words)

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