By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG, Pa., (CBS) — The chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says January is when the conversion to all electronic tolling is expected to begin with a pilot program at the Delaware River Bridge.

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Turnpike Commission Chairman Sean Logan says the conversion will begin first in January at the Delaware River Bridge followed by a Turnpike extension out west next summer to assess the readiness of technology and other issues.

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“Look at some of the concerns that myself and the other commissioners have… and then look at some of the other extensions.”

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Come January, motorists coming in from New Jersey on the Turnpike who don’t pay with E-ZPass will have a photo of their license plate taken at the Delaware River Bridge. They will pick up a ticket at a new toll plaza at Neshaminy Falls and they’ll be billed in the mail for the six mile trip to the new plaza. Cash customers traveling eastbound will go through a traditional toll booth at the new Neshaminy Falls plaza instead of the bridge. The toll plaza at the Delaware Valley Interchange will be eliminated.