Indiana drivers spared from new tolls because the state made enough on truck-only tolls

The governor of Indiana says that he will not impose any more new interstate tolls during his administration, in part because he has already raked in enough money from a recent truck-only toll increase to fund a whole slew of infrastructure improvements.

On Thursday, November 29, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb told other lawmakers that he will not go ahead with a plan to implement new interstate tolls during his administration. This plan would have tolled both passenger and commercial vehicles to fund infrastructure improvements.