The Associated Press
OLYMPIA — Maybe someday you’ll take a drive on the Boeing Bridge. Or the Starbucks Expressway.
Washington state Rep. Jan Angel says she exploring whether the state should start sell naming rights to raise revenue for transportation projects. The Republican from Port Orchard says she particularly wants to see alternatives that could keep toll fares low on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
Angel says she’s now researching how much money the naming rights might raise for the state.
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