China's expressways tested by 1st toll-free holiday
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China's expressways tested by 1st toll-free holiday

Guangzhou : China | Sep 30, 2012 at 12:53 AM PDT
Source: China News
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Traffic snarled at major expressway toll gates across China before dawn on Sunday, as governments started to pilot a new policy to lift road tolls for passenger cars taking highways from midnight. Sunday is the first day of China's eight-day holiday bridging Mid-Autumn Festival on Sunday and the National... FULL ARTICLE AT China News
 
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