HARRISBURG – Nine PA bridges on six interstates will be considered for tolling by PennDOT to help generate the cash to help pay for their upgrades. PennDOT said the work on the bridges would be costly, needing billions of dollars. Tolling would be electronic and collected through E-ZPass or license-plate billing. Three of the bridges are in our area. They include I-78′s Lenhartsville Bridge in Berks County; I-81 over the Susquehanna River; and I-83 over the Susquehanna River. Some lawmakers have serious concerns with PennDOT’s authority to essentially tax and appropriate funds without additional oversight from the General Assembly.