Indiana Gubernatorial Candidates Differ on Tolling, Transportation Funding

The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster) takes a detailed look at the state’s transportation funding gap and reports, “The three candidates for Indiana governor — Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, Democratic former House Speaker John Gregg and Libertarian Rex Bell — each have different plans for tackling this road funding dilemma if elected in November to succeed Republican Gov. Mike Pence.” Tolling and leveraging the proceeds from the sale of the Indiana Toll Road are discussed.