To Toll or Not to Toll Is Question for Trump Infrastructure Plan

By Bloomberg
Mark Niquette

"The Brent Spence Bridge between Ohio and Kentucky carries twice as much traffic as it was built to handle -- it’s 54 years old and functionally obsolete.

But an effort to replace the span on one of America’s busiest trucking routes has languished for years -- even after governors from both states agreed on a $2.5 billion plan about five years ago. The reason: Kentucky won’t approve new interstate highway tolls needed to attract private money to the project."

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