Today's read: How much support for tolls?
Panel wants to study public support for tolls: The Washington area's governments are turning to tolls as a way to fund new road projects, such as the Intercounty Connector in Maryland and the high-occupancy toll lanes under construction on the Capital Beltway in Northern Virginia. But proposals to charge motorists for using existing roads have been controversial. (Katherine Shaver)
I can save them some money on this study: If it means no increase in the gas tax, people will support the imposition of tolls, as long as the roads they drive aren't the ones getting tolled.
October 22, 2009; 7:40 AM ET
Categories: Driving | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Today's Read
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