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Corridor tolling involves tolling roadways based on the distance a driver travels along that road. With corridor tolling, all lanes of the roadway would be tolled. An example of this would be the existing Pennsylvania Turnpike. Those drivers that use the corridor pay for it, which would include out-of-state travelers.
Corridor tolling is permitted on highways under federal law, but legislative action would be needed to implement in Pennsylvania. Tolling an interstate corridor could be permitted through a federal pilot program, but additional legislative action would be needed for implementation in Pennsylvania.