Private Companies Bid on Pennsylvania Turnpike A Spanish firm and Citigroup offered Pennsylvania $12.8 billion to manage the state's turnpike. Gov. Ed Rendell has endorsed the deal, which some say could be the largest toll-roads deal ever. Lawmakers must now decide if a for-profit company should oversee the turnpike.
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Private Companies Bid on Pennsylvania Turnpike

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Private Companies Bid on Pennsylvania Turnpike

Private Companies Bid on Pennsylvania Turnpike

Private Companies Bid on Pennsylvania Turnpike

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A Spanish firm and Citigroup offered Pennsylvania $12.8 billion to manage the state's turnpike. Gov. Ed Rendell has endorsed the deal, which some say could be the largest toll-roads deal ever. Lawmakers must now decide if a for-profit company should oversee the turnpike.

Taunya English of member station WITF reports.