From the news: Greenway Oversight Bill Dies; Tolls Battle Moves to SCC
“A commuter traveling twice a day on the Greenway during rush hour, five days a week, 52 weeks a year would pay $4,108 in tolls annually.
Del. Dave A. LaRock (R-33), who this year also introduced a bill to add oversight to the Greenway, which was folded into Subramanyam’s bill, published a statement excoriating fellow General Assembly members. He said the bill failed because “other members of the legislature who represent Loudoun County refused to unite around this year’s effort.”
“I commend Delegate Subramanyam for a strong effort, but in contrast, Delegate [David A.] Reid (D-32), Senator [John J.] Bell (D-13), Senator [Jennifer B.] Boysko (D-33), and Senator [Barbara A.] Favola (D-31) have some explaining to do,” LaRock wrote.
Some of Loudoun’s delegation have expressed skepticism about bills like Subramanyam’s, citing Greenway representatives’ arguments that the bill would break an agreement between the state and the corporation.”
LaRock Toll Relief Measures DEFEATED by the Democrat majority in 2020 Session: