Kentucky Adopts Regulations for Ohio River Bridges Toll Enforcement

WDRB News reports, “Drivers will have roughly two months to challenge tolls believed to be charged incorrectly on Ohio River bridges, under rules approved [on October 14 by Kentucky’s Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority.]” The rules reportedly create a two-stage appeal process culminating in an administrative hearing for any motorist who believes he has received an erroneous toll charge. The station adds that the new regulations “also allow the state’s vehicle enforcement officers and inspectors to pull over drivers of tractor trailers that have past due tolls. . . .”