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  • Experts say that because of increased fuel efficiency within 10 years using the gas tax to fund roads will not be viable. Instead, they say that tolling and/or paying for each mile driven will be the preferred method of paying for road improvements.
  • By 2024 all taxes paid at the pump will go to road and bridge improvements thanks to legislation passed in 2017 by the Indiana General Assembly.
  • Depending on various factors such as terrain, a new six-lane highway costs $7 million per mile in rural areas and $11 million or more in urban areas.