Public debate on Trans-Texas Corridor begins

01/15/2008 | Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas)

Public debate begins in Texas this week with the first town meeting on the largest construction project proposed in the state -- the 4,000-mile Trans-Texas Corridor. Gov. Rick Perry proposed the toll-road superhighway six years ago to address future traffic concerns and boost road revenues, but opponents call it the largest government taking of private land in the state's history and say the expansion of toll roads is unnecessary.

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