HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Turnpike officials are reminding drivers that toll increases go into effect this weekend along with a hefty surcharge on non-EZ-Pass users.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission in July approved a 6% increase to begin Sunday for EZ-Pass users, as well for those without passes in the “Toll by Plate” program.READ MORE: Farmers Across Pittsburgh Team Up With The Food Bank To Help Families In Need
They also approved a 45% surcharge on people whose tolls are assessed by mail based on their license plates.READ MORE: Person Hit, Killed By Driver Of Vehicle In Monroeville On Route 22
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Under the Toll by Plate option, high-speed cameras capture license-plate images as vehicles pass by. The registered owner then receives an invoice for trips made through the tolling point.MORE NEWS: New York Real Estate Company Considering Turning Former GNC Headquarters Into Apartments
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