Beginning early next year, the state will start a pilot project in which 2,000 volunteers pay a mock tax on the number of miles they drive on Washington state roads, rather than on the amount of gas they use.
Beginning early next year, the state will start a pilot project in which 2,000 volunteers pay a mock tax on the number of miles they drive on Washington state roads, rather than on the amount of gas they use. Elise Amendola AP file photo
Beginning early next year, the state will start a pilot project in which 2,000 volunteers pay a mock tax on the number of miles they drive on Washington state roads, rather than on the amount of gas they use. Elise Amendola AP file photo

Washington state to test pay-by-the-mile as a way to fund highways

September 05, 2017 03:12 PM

More Videos

  • Olympia blockade discussed at council meeting

    Several people, including Olympia Mayor Cheryl Selby weighed in regarding the Olympia blockade at a Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 Olympia City Council meeting. Keyframe photo courtesy of Olympia Stand.