Connecticut may implement tolls and possibly leverage that revenue stream to help finance a potential $1 billion Route 11 extension project in the southeastern portion of the state.

The Senate Wednesday is expected to approve the tolling initiative, according to Derek Slap, spokesman for Senate President Donald Williams. The House passed the bill last week. Democrats control both chambers. Connecticut’s regular legislative session ends Wednesday at midnight.

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