Who Will Cover the $200 Million Revenue Loss If Port Mann, Golden Ears Bridges Tolls Are Nixed?

CBC News reports that British Columbia NDP Party Leader John Horgan explained that “the rest of the province would make up the lost revenue” if his party executes its campaign promise to eliminate tolls on the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges. “Critics have pointed out the loss of tolls would translate into a revenue loss of about $200 million and questioned who would make up this shortfall. . . .” On April 11, Horgan told a television audience “the costs would be spread across the province.”