Motorists will pay an extra 5 percent starting Sunday at 12:01 a.m. The higher rates apply to both cash customers and those with E-ZPass.
A Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission spokesman says this will be the first time in a couple of years that the toll hike will apply evenly to cash and E-Z Pass customers.
When one driver faced hundreds of dollars in fines, Investigative Reporter Charlotte Huffman went to work to get some answers.
Tolls for drivers who use the Pennsylvania Turnpike are going up starting Sunday.
EZ Pass is one of a number of technologies used for traffic management that — for some — stoke privacy concerns.
Pennsylvania Turnpike officials say they will further explore the possibility of converting to an all-electronic tolling system, after a yearlong study has concluded that such a conversion is feasible.
If you routinely blow through the E-Z Pass through lanes on I-95 or Route 1 in Delaware without paying, a top state official says she’s coming after you to get the money.
Pennsylvania Turnpike officials dispute a prediction by financial analysts that sharp toll increases will be needed if the Turnpike is going to meet its obligations to generate funds for roads, bridges and mass transit.
by KYW’s Kim Glovas Tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are going up again, the second time in a year, but if you have E-Z Pass you’ll get a little bit of a break.