HARRISBURG – The PA Senate wants the Wolf Administration start over on its plans to toll up to nine major bridges. They approved Senate Bill 382 requiring PennDOT to first secure approval from the Legislature. The bill passed 28-19, with the backing of every Republican and one Democrat. Bill supporters contend that the process leading to PennDOT’s tolling announcement has lacked transparency and was never envisioned by lawmakers when they created the Public-Private Transportation Partnership Board in 2012. Opponents say Republicans are failing to fund transportation needs and say PennDOT’s initiative was within the scope of 2012’s law. The Wolf Administration opposes the bill. The I-78 Lenhartsville Bridge Replacement Project in Berks County and the I-83 South Bridge Project in Dauphin County are two area bridges that are slated for tolling.