Wednesday, September 2, 2015

A.C. Expressway could become cash-free toll road

The commission that runs the Atlantic City Expressway is studying making the toll road cash-free.

A.C. Expressway could become cash-free toll road

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Inquirer staff report:

The operators of the Atlantic City Expressway are weighing the option of making the toll road cash-free.

 Drivers would still have to pay the tolls,  but they would be collected through either E-ZPass or monthly bills linked to license plates.

The second option would carry a 10-percent surcharge. Sixty-percent of motorists on the expressway already use E-ZPass.

The South Jersey Transportation Authority is awaiting the results of a study on the proposal, expected in the fall, before making a decision.
 

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