If Michigan Had Toll Roads, This is How Much It Could Cost to Drive Across the State

Michigan has never seriously considered making our interstates toll roads as many other states have. But if we did, have you ever considered how much it could cost to drive across the state?

Pennsylvania, which maintains a statewide Turnpike system recently raised rates to the point that driving that state would cost $50.40, according to the York Daily Record. So what would the costs be if Michigan highways became toll roads?

Pennsylvania has, by a large margin, the highest per-mile toll rates in America at 17 center per mile according to a study by the National Conference of State Legislatures.