open road tolling
MassDOT records show in just four months last year, the state charged $8.5 million in late fees for those who use Pay-by-Plate.
Gov. Deval Patrick is announcing a series of major transportation infrastructure investments that include new cars on the subway and open-road tolling on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
State transportation officials are looking for the public to weigh in on proposals to switch to an all-electronic tolling system on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Six public meetings have been scheduled to discuss MassDOT’s plan to eliminate the cash toll option and implement high speed electronic tolls beginning on the Tobin Bridge next year.
Davey told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Tuesday it will cost $60-to-$80 million to install, but that it will pay for itself in less than a year and a half.
Open road tolling allows people with EZ Pass and Fast Lane transponders to zip through without slowing down.
I’m curious. . .Where do all the Mass Turnpike tickets go when they are turned in? Thank you, Carter – age 10