Indiana Governor Holcomb Is Open to Managed Lanes, Bridge Tolling and More P3 Projects

Daily Journal looks at the ongoing debate over tolling in Indiana and reports that Governor Eric Holcomb is not a fan of tolling the existing interstates, but is open to bridge and managed lane tolling. The governor is also “interested in the idea of public-private partnerships for new projects, similar to the partnership under former Gov. Mitch Daniels that leased the Indiana Toll Road in northern Indiana to a private company for 75 years, bringing in $3.8 billion to the state for road projects — money that has been stretched out for years,” the report adds.