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  • Four-fifths of Indiana communities are supplied solely by roads.
  • 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.
  • A 10-cent increase in the federal gas tax translates to $1.15 more for the average driver per week an action that would fix the federal Highway Trust Fund shortfall.