Texans for Toll-free Highways (TTH) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization whose mission is to educate the public on our government’s new shift away from an affordable gas tax funded freeway system to an oppressively expensive system of toll roads as well as to hold our elected leaders and government officials accountable for their actions. TTH defends taxpayers from the use of controversial financing methods called public-private partnerships (called Comprehensive Development Agreements or CDAs in Texas) and the eminent domain abuse inherent in such deals that involve confiscating private land to give to a private company for commercial gain. TTH (also known as the San Antonio Toll Party, established in 2006) educated the public about the Trans Texas Corridor (TTC), the first of the planned NAFTA Superhighways, and eventually helped pass a complete repeal of the TTC from state statute in 2011. TTH helped secure a moratorium & sunset of controversial public private partnership road contracts in 2007 and was also among the first grassroots groups to oppose the use of stimulus money for toll roads in 2009, which garnered national coverage by the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Fox News.
TTH is a grassroots group of Texans working toward reforms through accountability and good public policy as well as promoting non-toll, affordable, and sensible transportation solutions. TTH remains committed to ending eminent domain abuse and works tirelessly to secure a pro-freedom, pro-taxpayer, fiscally solvent, freely-accessible public road policy for all Texans.