Other state-run toll roads and bridges, including the Florida Turnpike, will see smaller toll hikes, said Debbie Tower, spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Transportation. Most tolls will go up by a quarter, she said. “The Florida Legislature requires us to raise the tolls once every five years to go along with inflation,” she said. “We’re now making these adjustments statewide.” Alligator Alley’s tolls were last raised in February 2006. In 2007, the Legislature decided that tolls should be linked to the Consumer Price Index and changed at least every five years, although officials can raise them as frequently as once a year.