Transportation Department officials are taking the show on the road beginning Tuesday to gauge public support for using tolls to twin more highways.

Department officials say the 304 kilometres in question would cost about $2.2 billion, with half of the funding coming from tolls to be collected over 30 years and the rest being split between the provincial and federal governments.

The department is expected to have final information to present to the government before the end of the year for decisions on how many, if any, projects to complete.

While the information in the presentations includes a possible toll range for each of the stretches of road, the upper end is what would be required to cover half the total cost.

Corridor 1

twinning

Highway 101 — Three Mile Plains to Falmouth. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 101: Three Mile Plains to Falmouth

  • $131.6 million
  • 10.8 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $0.65 to $1.08

Corridor 2

twinning

Highway 101 — Hortonville to Coldbrook. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 101: Hortonville to Coldbrook

  • $168.5 million
  • 23.7 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $1.42 to $2.37

Corridor 3

twinning

Highway 103 — Exit 5 at Tantallon to Exit 12 at Bridgewater. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 103: Exit 5 at Tantallon to Exit 12 at Bridgewater

  • $448 million
  • 68.1 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $4.08 to $6.81

Corridor 4

twinning

Highway 104 — Sutherlands River to Antigonish. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 104: Sutherlands River to Antigonish

  • $285.1 million
  • 37.8 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $2.27 to $3.78

Corridor 5

twinning

Highway 104 — Taylors Road to Aulds Cove. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 104: Taylors Road to Aulds Cove

  • $279.2 million
  • 39.5 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $2.37 to $3.95

Corridor 6

twinning

Highway 104 — Port Hastings to Port Hawkesbury. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 104: Port Hastings to Port Hawkesbury

  • $87.1 million
  • 7 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $0.42 to $0.84

Corridor 7

twinning

Highway 104 — St. Peter's to Sydney. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 104: St. Peter's to Sydney

  • $491.3 million
  • 83.9 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $5.03 to $21.81

Corridor 8

twinning

Highway 107 — Porters Lake to Duke Street, Bedford. (Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal)

Highway 107: Porters Lake to Duke Street, Bedford

  • $331.6 million
  • 33.3 kilometres
  • Possible toll range: $2.00 to $3.33