The Federal Highway Administration yesterday denied the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission's application to implement tolls on Interstate 80, a move that could encourage state lawmakers to consider an alternative transportation financing plan, a $12.8 billion concession agreement on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Tolling the 311-mile stretch was a way to sweeten Act 44 and generate more transportation funding for the state.

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