Gov. Ned Lamont is meeting with legislative leaders this week to get their final feedback on his 10-year, $18-billion proposal to improve Connecticut’s roads, rail, and public transit. Lawmakers were privately briefed on a proposal that reduces the number of tolls from 50 to around a dozen. Lamont said that in order to access the low-interest loans from the federal government the state is going to have to provide a revenue stream and some of that will come from tolls that will be paid, at least in part, by out-of-state drivers. Sources who have been briefed on Lamont’s proposal said all the tolls would be removed once the billions in improvements were made over the 10-year period.