INDOT feasibility study looks at tolling some Indiana roads

INDOT has released its feasibility study about the possible impact of tolling more roads in Indiana.

The study looked at tolling along I-64, I-65, I-69, I-70, I-74 and I-94.

The study was the result of a long-term road funding plan.

The report suggested an 85 percent increase in revenue of more than $5.6 billion between 2021 and 2015 if Indiana tolled I-64. In the study, the cost for using I-64 for a car would be six cents per mile, 25 cents per mile for a medium truck, and 63 cents per mile for a heavy truck. To travel from Evansville to Louisville in a car would cost about $7.38.

 The report also suggested traffic on I-64 would drop 22 percent due to tolling.

Here’s a link to the report.

 

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(This story was originally published on Nov. 6, 2017)


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