At a press conference Friday, Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton discussed continuing problems with the city's 1500 parking meters.
The House approved the measure 61 to 36, with several Republicans joining Democrats in voting no.
The House GOP plan would raise the gas tax to help generate long-term revenue for road funding.
Democrats on Ways and Means opposed the cut, saying it will weaken state revenues and won’t really help low-income Hoosiers.
Congress encouraged Indiana to apply for a toll road exemption, as lawmakers push for feasibility study on interstates.
The road funding debate has led to a strange dynamic, with Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democrats pushing back against a House GOP plan to raise taxes.
The bill is the result of a two-year review begun after a class-action suit showed millions of dollars in overcharges and undercharges.
Some gas stations in Indiana are selling gas for as low as $1.30 a gallon.
As state lawmakers ponder new road funding measures, Indiana is set to receive an additional $50 million from the federal government for roads.
Gov. Pence's stance on civil protections for LGBT Hoosiers is drawing the ire of state Democrats.
Speaker Bosma says he’s not surprised the governor in his State of the State came out against the House GOP’s plan to raise taxes to fund road improvements.