The libertarian Reason Foundation think tank is promoting, among other things, privately funded toll roads and toll lanes for trucking:

Buoyed by the advent of real-time inventories and Internet commerce, truck traffic grew by over 45 percent in the last decade and is projected to grow another 39 percent in the next 10 years. Trucks need their own lanes. There are over 5,000 deaths a year in car-truck collisions. And most trucking companies would gladly pay tolls to drive in truck-only lanes that allowed them to carry more goods — by using larger rigs than are currently allowed in most of the country — and kept them separated from cars. Los Angeles, home to both the nation’s worst traffic and busiest shipping ports, has plans for truck-only lanes to reduce congestion and keep goods, and the economy, moving.

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