Electronic Tolls Set to Start on Tappan Zee Bridge

According to the New York State Thruway Authority they have begun developing completely electronic tolls for the Tappan Zee Bridge, meaning there will be no booths and each car will pay their toll through EZ-Pass or by having the bill sent to them after a photo is taken of their license plate, allowing traffic to maintain the same speed. The Thruway Authority stated that as of now the plan is to begin testing the equipment in August 2015 and the process of installing the booth-free system will cost about $29 million and drivers will use the system, located in South Nyack until the new bridge is completed in 2018, when the tolls will be located on the Westchester County side of the bridge.

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