Where is Tolling Most Urgently Needed? By Robert W. Poole, Jr.

On March 30th I addressed the International Bridge, Tunnel & Turnpike Association’s annual Washington Briefing. The topic they asked me to address was where tolling should fit in as part of America’s future transportation policy.
While I am on record favoring the long-term replacement of per-gallon fuel taxes with per-mile road-use charges, IBTTA’s question forced me to do something politicians and planners don’t do enough of: prioritization. So I reframed the question as: Where will tolling give America’s highway users the greatest bang for the buck?


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