Comments for: Maine Turnpike chief says bank could end up operating road if tolls aren’t raised

Posted June 15, 2012, at 6:11 p.m.

The Maine Turnpike could become 109 miles of highway owned by bondholders and operated by Bangor Savings Bank if toll increases proposed by the Maine Turnpike Authority aren’t approved and the authority defaults on the terms of its debt, according to the authority’s executive director. The chances of that happening …

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