Tolling at Washington-Oregon state line put on hold

Tolling at the Washington-Oregon state line is tentatively on hold. The 25-member Value Pricing Policy Advisory Committee held its penultimate meeting Monday to narrow tolling concepts Oregon is considering, as directed by the Oregon Legislature as part of a $5.3 billion transportation plan. The favorite concept is tolling all lanes on Interstate 5 between Multnomah Boulevard and Northeast Going Street. But that doesn’t mean tolling all lanes on I-5 and Interstate 205 from south of Marine Drive to the merging point of both freeways is off the table…