The belief is the fee would help cover costs of damage caused by more delivery trucks on the road.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG, Pa. (KDKA) — It may soon cost more to have a package shipped if a plan proposed in Harrisburg goes through.

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Governor Tom Wolf’s Transportation Review Options Commission has proposed charging a fee for each package delivered by Amazon, FedEx, UPS and others.

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Current proposals would charge a delivery fee between 25 cents and $1 for each package.

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The belief is the fee would help cover costs of damage caused by more delivery trucks on the road.