Tim Eyman today turned in what he says are 327,000 signatures in support of an initiative that would restrict tolls in Washington.
It’s likely enough to ensure voters decide on I-1125. The initiative would call for ending tolls on a project when construction is paid off, and requiring tolls to stay at the same price all day rather than rising and falling with traffic as they do on Route 167’s toll lanes.
His measure would also buttress existing state laws and constitutional provisions that:
- keep tolls on one road or bridge from being used to pay for another project.