Toll collections from two of New Jersey’s roadways could surge to a combined $2.44 billion in 2018, more than three times the amount of generated in 2006, according to a analysis of Gov. Jon Corzine’s debt restructuring plan.

Merrill Lynch & Co. analyst Philip Villaluz calculated the potential revenues the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway would generate if legislators approve Corzine’s plan to boost tolls by 50% beginning in 2010 to back debt of a new public benefit corporation.

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