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|Wednesday, July 29, 2009|
The $300-million-a-year measure is the biggest transportation spending measure in the state's history.
New fees come first, however. Motorists will see the effects of the law in October, when higher vehicle registration fees kick in, and by January 2011, when a 6-cent-a-gallon gas tax goes into effect. Because the fees are eased in, it could take a year or more to see any additional pavement laid from money the bill generates.
Read the full story at OregonLive.com.
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