articles provides an Interstate Road Conditions page that provides specific resources with up-to-date road conditions for each individual state. Information includes weather travel reports, road closures, constru... More » Geography

Tolls are collected on I-80 to repair and maintain the highway without raising taxes. Revenue from tolling stations also repays the bondholders that funded the original construction of the highway. More » Geography

In the United States, highway toll rates generally vary by state. For example, the average cost per mile on the Interstate 94 Chicago Skyway in Illinois is $0.51 while on the I-95 Express in Florida is only $0.13, as of ... More » Geography
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