A December photo shows commuter traffic on Interstate 40 inbound from Johnston County and southern Wake County during morning rush hour. A state Board of Transportation committee will hear a recommendation this week for a pilot study of a plan that could raise $495 million a year by taxing drivers one-half cent for every mile.
A December photo shows commuter traffic on Interstate 40 inbound from Johnston County and southern Wake County during morning rush hour. A state Board of Transportation committee will hear a recommendation this week for a pilot study of a plan that could raise $495 million a year by taxing drivers one-half cent for every mile. cseward@newsobserver.com
A December photo shows commuter traffic on Interstate 40 inbound from Johnston County and southern Wake County during morning rush hour. A state Board of Transportation committee will hear a recommendation this week for a pilot study of a plan that could raise $495 million a year by taxing drivers one-half cent for every mile. cseward@newsobserver.com

Road Worrier: NCDOT asked to consider taxing drivers by the mile

March 31, 2014 07:59 PM

UPDATED August 05, 2014 06:51 PM

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