The bill proposing tax hikes to keep Indiana's roads in good repair includes another proposal for raising money -- toll roads.
But even if the bill passes, motorists won't be paying to drive on Indiana roads for at least five years -- if ever.
The bill simply orders INDOT to study whether tolls on I-65 and I-70 would be workable.
State law requires legislative approval of any tolls, and federal law bans tolls on roads that used to be free.
But Congress has approved an experiment to grant three states an exception to that rule.