Tolling And RUC Explored As Solutions to Wyoming’s Highway Funding Deficit

“Land Lane” Magazine reports on SF 73, the latest Wyoming legislative proposal to toll 400 miles of I-80 to raise funds for the highway’s improvement and maintenance. (It’s actively opposed by the state trucking industry.) The article also looks at other current approaches to solving the state DOT’s highway funding shortfall, which include bills to raise fuel tax rates (HB 26) and institute a road use charge in place of fuel taxes (HB 37).