Last week The Sun's Michael Dresser tried to convince Maryland motorists that they are responsible for the state's roads and that they have not been paying enough in tolls. This week you think motorists should cough up more money for a gas tax increase — even though motorists' fees and taxes have already been boosted this year by O'Malley and company ("A dime's difference," May 23).
Roads are part of the city and state infrastructure, as is water, sewage, electricity, etc. They are not just the responsibility of motorists, but of everybody. Have you ever heard of a city or state without roads?