CT Paper Provides a Snapshot of FHWA National Tolling Data

Connecticut Mirror looks at “FHWA’s compilation of voluntary responses collected every two years” reporting that, “Interstate toll roads typically cost drivers about 6 cents per mile, about the same cost as a mile’s worth of gasoline in a late-model passenger car. Non-interstate tolls cost a little more than double that: 13 cents per mile. With tolls being eyed in the state legislature, we took a look at some data on how much tolls cost drivers nationwide.”