Waterbury lawmakers, even those who support truck-only tolls, are concerned about the number of gantries in the area. But there’s not much time left to negotiate. The House and the Senate have told their members to hold Feb. 18,19, and 20 as possible days for a vote on the measure. Lamont went on to explain he believes if he can loosen up the 10 to 15 choke points on Connecticut’s highways then he can hopefully speed things up for businesses and improve the economy. The business community has been complaining for years about Connecticut transportation infrastructure. Lamont maintained that the money from the tolls collected at those gantries would be used to fix that specific road or bridge.