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Portuguese toll roads.

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Because of the current economic crisis in Portugal and the collapse of the government it seems that the electronic toll roads in the south of Portugal have been put on hold. Well at least until the new government is installed. Voting in June 2011.
The roads in the Northern part of the country will still operate.
Most, if not all of the infrastructure for the tolls on the southern roads has been installed. The only thing missing was the legislation. So no government no legislation.

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