IN Governor Holcomb Recommends Tax Hike for Roads, Bridges

The Herald Bulletin reports, “Indiana Gov. Eric J. Holcomb recommended a tax hike to fund roads and bridges, one of his new administration’s five pillars he presented during his first State of the State speech Tuesday [January 17].” The report adds, “Concerning a proposed 10-cent gasoline tax and $15 annual registration fee to improve Indiana’s road network, Holcomb said he was open to a menu of options.” (No mention of tolling.)