Gov. Jerry Brown, center, discusses a plan to raise $52 billion to fix California roads during a news conference Wednesday. The 10-year plan would boost the gasoline tax by 12 cents a gallon along with higher registration fees and a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles.
Gov. Jerry Brown, center, discusses a plan to raise $52 billion to fix California roads during a news conference Wednesday. The 10-year plan would boost the gasoline tax by 12 cents a gallon along with higher registration fees and a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles. Rich Pedroncelli AP
Gov. Jerry Brown, center, discusses a plan to raise $52 billion to fix California roads during a news conference Wednesday. The 10-year plan would boost the gasoline tax by 12 cents a gallon along with higher registration fees and a $100 charge on emission-free vehicles. Rich Pedroncelli AP

Consider increased gas tax a worthwhile investment in our roads

March 30, 2017 11:05 AM