Cost of Driving Could Go Up in PA

PA transportation bill
A bi-partisian group of State Senators unveiled a new transportation bill to pay for bridge and road improvements.

A bi-partisian group of Pennsylvania state senators unveiled a new transportation bill on Friday to pay for bridge and road improvements.

Vehicles registration fees would go up $32, a driver’s license would go up by $21 and traffic tickets would go up $100.  The state also would uncap the oil company franchise tax.

They said the new fees and taxes would bring in $2.5 billion a year.

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