Wisconsin could finance much of an estimated $26.2 billion price tag for rebuilding and modernizing its currently free Interstate highway system by implementing tolls, according to a new report from the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute 

The research study explores the feasibility of using toll revenue to help finance what the group estimates is $12.5 billion of needed improvements to the state’s rural interstates and $13.7 billion for the southeastern region that includes Milwaukee.

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