Pennsylvania officials are debating whether to resubmit to federal officials an application to implement tolls on Interstate 80 or look to alternative revenue enhancers as the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission continues its payments to the state.

The Federal Highway Administration in September rejected Pennsylvania's request to begin tolling I-80, a 311-mile east-west roadway that runs through the center of the state.

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