Definition of toll plaza in English:

toll plaza

noun

US
  • A row of tollbooths on a toll road.

    • ‘Because the toll gates are on the Swedish side, inquisitive Danes have simply been driving across the bridge, turning around at the toll plaza and heading home.’
    • ‘According to the Automobile Association it is expected that 14,000 vehicles will pass through the proposed toll plaza every day.’
    • ‘The chaos at the toll plaza on the M50 motorway continues apace.’
    • ‘Traffic was still motionless, so they had no problem weaving between the vehicles and making their way toward the toll plaza.’
    • ‘The three students were in two cars and en route to Miami on Friday when authorities stopped them on Interstate 75 after one of the vehicles allegedly went through a toll plaza without paying.’
    • ‘This news follows last week's revelation that a toll plaza may soon be constructed on the Newbridge bypass.’
    • ‘The agency owns about 55 toll plazas in the country but operates only 27.’
    • ‘Between this and Knockhouse Upper there will be a road, complete with toll plaza.’
    • ‘Now there's been a breakdown at Milson's Point on the Cahill Expressway, approaching the north toll plaza, that's closed the city bound lane.’
    • ‘The planting will include heavy standard trees and specimen shrub plants, which even after a year will eliminate views of the vehicles approaching and leaving the toll plaza.’
    • ‘We filmed at the old gun emplacements located next to the toll plaza of the Golden Gate Bridge.’
    • ‘There is no advantage to the motorist to be had from building huge toll plazas.’
    • ‘The Drogheda toll plaza is not yet a public-private partnership project.’
    • ‘Some containers from overseas ports are now outfitted with electronic tags that act similarly to the transponders put on cars so they can pass through toll plazas without stopping.’
    • ‘It is not the most efficient use of the motorist's dollar to invest it in concrete toll plazas that are manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and to pay an administration cost for all of that.’
    • ‘All expressways in Japan are currently tolled, but are severely congested due to the toll plazas.’
    • ‘Four mainline toll plazas are envisaged in the Eastern Cape and the proposed N2 route includes 90 km of new road construction through Pondoland in two sections between Port St Johns and Mtamvuna.’
    • ‘I passed by Jersey City, and as I neared a toll plaza, I looked east and saw the sprawling mass of buildings that I belatedly recognized as New York City.’
    • ‘If politicians thought they could get away with putting toll plazas on sidewalks, they would do it.’
    • ‘There are also concerns that a toll plaza will result in traffic by-passing the toll plaza and using the existing road.’

Pronunciation

toll plaza

/toʊl ˈplɑzə/