Program Aired: April 28, 2022. Do you know how much your decisions are impacting your tolling expenses? Most fleets don’t, as there is no unified database of tolling spend. The problem is even more complex when fleets operate in different regions or nationally. Join our webinar to learn about implementing a toll management solution can generate 90% ROI in just 6 months.April 28, 2022
Program Aired: September 23, 2021 Most fleets incur tolling violations that, over time, significantly impact their spending. This webinar will dive into why fleets incur these violations, how they work, and specific steps you can take to reduce or eliminate the violations you are responsible for paying for.September 23, 2021
For a fleet of any size, toll is an expense that is time-consuming to manage and can add up quickly. Ready to save money on toll? Here are the top-five things to consider when determining your approach to toll management.September 1, 2021
Download the latest whitepaper from Bestpass, leaders in toll management, to learn: what toll by plate is and how it works, how toll by plate impacts fleets, how to develop the right toll by plate strategy for your fleet.August 1, 2021
Tolls on three major New Jersey highways will rise by as much as 36% after Gov. Phil Murphy declined to use his veto power over authorities that approved the increases, effectively allowing them to take place.
New Jersey Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti fired back at critics April 2 who said the agency shouldn’t have held hearings on a proposal toll increase and $500 million capital plan on the Atlantic City Expressway during the coronavirus crisis.
As hundreds of people filled the Connecticut Legislative Office Building on Jan. 31 to loudly proclaim their position on tolls, two top Democrats and Gov. Ned Lamont gathered under the gold dome nearby and resolved to adopt the plan within two weeks.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s still-unclear policy on future toll increases for the new Tappan Zee Bridge and the 570-mile New York State Thruway is casting uncertainty over the agency’s outlook as it returns to the municipal-bond market.
Legislation outlining an improvement program for Interstate 81 in Virginia has been amended to exclude plans for tolls along the route.