The bridge’s cashless, all-electronic tolling system was activated just after midnight Monday.
Tolling on the Tobin Bridge will be converted to an all-electronic format prior to Monday morning’s commute.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is moving towards all electronic toll collection on bridges, tunnels, and the Mass Pike. That means some drivers who got a free ride, won’t anymore.
The WBZ I-Team has learned a toll of at least 40 cents will soon be added to the ramps at the West Newton interchange of the Mass Pike. Currently, drivers could get on at exit 16, then get off at exit 17 in Newton for free.
Drivers will soon be paying a new toll on the Mass Pike. The I-Team has learned the free ride is over for a section of the highway.
MassDOT says the initial testing of the new All Electronic Tolling is underway.
There’s a new traffic pattern on the southbound Tobin Bridge.
Tobin Bridge commuters take note – starting Sunday night there will be lane restrictions on the bridge.
Work on an open road tolling system is now underway.
The State of Massachusetts is shutting off hundreds of transponders that let some vehicles go through the tolls for free.
It won’t be long before the toll booths on the Tobin Bridge are just a memory.