Drivers could start paying a toll on Prince Albert’s Diefenbaker Bridge next year. City Council is expected to review a report detailing the cost and potential return on investment before September once the city receives information on two operating toll bridges elsewhere in Canada. Mayor Greg Dionne says the idea came from a University of Saskatchewan study indicating 75-percent of the 22-thousand vehicles using the bridge each day come from outside the city. Dionne says Prince Albert residents would be exempt with special rates for people living in neighbouring RM’s and acreages. He feels the system would be made fast and efficient by utilizing electronic readers on front windshields. Dionne stresses the money from the Diefenbaker toll would pay for a second bridge which would also have a toll. He says both would be removed once the new bridge is paid for.