HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA -- Governor Ed Rendell's request to toll Interstate-80 remains in limbo.
A spokesperson with the governor's office said Rendell expects federal officials to return with a yes or no answer within the next couple of weeks.
Rendell met with U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in Washington to push for tolling I-80 and answer questions relating to the plan.
About $470-million in spending next year depends on whether the Federal Highway Administration gives the go-ahead to move forward with tolling plans.
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