Toll roads may be a topic of discussion in the capital city in effort to bring an extra $500 million to the state annually to maintain roads.
Michigan lawmakers are reviewing a proposed package of bipartisan bills that would help increase revenue to patch up potholes. Some lobbyists don’t agree with the idea of tolls, as it may be too much an expense for low income residents.
A member from the National Motorist Association says that the state should find extra income from gas taxes- not tax payers.
State Representative Marilyn Lane is a sponsor of the bill and says tolling is not even a subject in the legislature yet.