Thousands of drivers took advantage of a June amnesty program that forgave enormous toll fines racked up for trips across the Tobin Bridge.
A pothole on the top deck of the Tobin Bridge sent debris falling onto the roadway below, impacting traffic in both directions.
The state says there will be no refunds for the folks who already paid the steep toll fines.
MassDOT will dramatically reduce fines and offer an amnesty period to forgive drivers who racked up enormous late fees for the pay-by-plate option on the Tobin Bridge.
Some drivers are getting hit with sky high fees for failing to pay tolls on the Tobin Bridge.
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.
A police chase ended Saturday morning with a man caught in netting suspended over the Mystic River beneath the Tobin Bridge.
The new all-electronic tolls on the Tobin Bridge has sparked a surge in EZ Pass applications and uncovered a new problem – hidden license plates.
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.