The automated toll collection system on the Massachusetts Turnpike, the Tobin Bridge and the airport tunnels is changing names to make it less confusing for out-of-state drivers and improve traffic flow.
Gas, tolls, and train tickets are not the only costs of our commute. All those miles and minutes could be affecting our health.
I don’t want to pay more for gas or tolls either. But we cannot have a viable economy without usable roads and bridges and functioning, reasonably affordable public transit.
Open road tolling allows people with EZ Pass and Fast Lane transponders to zip through without slowing down.
Massachusetts is joining forces with New Hampshire and Maine so each state can have better luck getting scofflaws to pay.
An East Boston man says a taxi driver took him on a wild ride because he refused to hand over extra money for tolls.
If you’re driving through Boston Wednesday evening, you might consider taking the Mass Turnpike. It’s free!
If you absolutely have to drive during Tropical Storm Irene Sunday you will get a free ride on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
So now we’re all used to paying less than other comparable cities for transit, and guess what? You get what you pay for.
Drivers in three New England states who blow through toll booths without paying may find they no longer have a vehicle to drive.