Commuters along Interstate 5 in Olympia in July 2017. The state has begun testing a plan that would raise revenue for road construction by charging motorists a fee tied to the number of miles they drive each year.
Commuters along Interstate 5 in Olympia in July 2017. The state has begun testing a plan that would raise revenue for road construction by charging motorists a fee tied to the number of miles they drive each year. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Commuters along Interstate 5 in Olympia in July 2017. The state has begun testing a plan that would raise revenue for road construction by charging motorists a fee tied to the number of miles they drive each year. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

State takes another step toward a pay-by-mile plan to raise cash for road repairs

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