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For all the talk about cutting costs, Canadians see private highways as a double whammy, costing them more as drivers and as taxpayers. Two thirds say costs to consumers will rise while more than half say taxpayers will also end up paying more. An EKOS survey shows concern is greatest among those aged 45 to 64 where 77 per cent say the cost to consumers will increase.