WASHINGTON — Moody’s Investor’s Service is keeping its negative outlook on U.S. toll roads because of rising fuel prices, political hesitancy to increase toll rates, and a sluggish economy.

The negative outlook, a projection of how Moody’s sees toll road business conditions over the next 12 to 18 months, has been in place each projection since 2009.

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