The 10-year, $21.1-billion plan includes the installation of tolls in 14 locations. The toll rates would be capped at between $0.50 and $1, but there’s no guarantee they would come down in 27 years when the federal low-interest loans are paid. Lamont said he could write it into the contract to give people “legal confidence” that it gets done. “I know the middle class is getting squeezed,” Lamont said. “I also know that we’re never going to get jobs back in this state unless we fix our transportation system in an honest way.” Senate Republican President Len Fasano, R-North Haven, said he can’t support the governor’s plan because there isn’t enough trust in government to collect a new revenue stream. But he was uncertain about when Republicans might be able to develop a non-toll alternative.