Boucher Launches Online Transportation Survey & Petition Regarding Border Tolls

February 11, 2015

Hartford, CT – State Senator Toni Boucher (R-Wilton) ranking member of the Transportation Committee is launching an online campaign to see what the commuting public thinks of border tolls.

“Since the Governor is determined to make transportation a top priority this session, it is more important than ever that the people of Connecticut contact their elected officials and make sure that their opinion on this issue is heard,” said Boucher.

Boucher is launching an online survey and petition on the heels of a Republican lead plan announced this week that would fund the future of Connecticut’s Transportation Networks for the next 30 years. The plan called “Prioritize Progress” uses existing financial means and does not tax or toll commuters and does not increase the state debt.

“I am asking residents and commuters to weigh in on the issue to get their ideas and move forward in a thoughtful and constructive way,” added Boucher. “An online survey and petition are outreach ideas that take minimal time from busy constituents, but are valuable when making these big policy changes.”

To take the transportation survey or sign the petition visit

To learn more about Prioritize Progress click here.