- No tolls on I-80 (popular in his district)
- Keeping the Turnpike Commission (popular among his allies in the Turnpike Commission), but reducing Turnpike toll increases
- Auditing the Turnpike Commission to find ways to save money (apparently because no one has identified cost-saving measures or waste in the Turnpike Commission)
- Allow Public Private Partnerships for new projects (the best idea in his policy outline)
The emphasis of his plan seems to be moving the cost of state police, $510 million per year, from the Motor License Fund (gas tax) to the General Fund (income tax). As this represents a spending increase – it is the equivalent of proposing $500 million in new road spending from the General Fund – Scarnati has to find a way to pay for it.