Here’s the headline: Bridge planners assuming higher tolls on East End bridge.
And here is the juice:
Drivers crossing an East End bridge would pay a higher toll than those using a new downtown span, according to rates being used to prepare a plan for financing the two-bridge effort.
The Louisville and Southern Indiana Bridges Authority is assuming that passenger vehicles would pay $1.50 every time they cross a new downtown bridge or the Kennedy Bridge. The same vehicles would pay $2 to use an eastern span between Prospect and Utica, Ind.
Toll rates would be as high as $6 and $8 for tractor-trailers.