Truckers traveling along the Pennsylvania Turnpike will notice big changes, from modernized tolling infrastructure without toll plazas or booths and new fee structures starting in 2025.August 16, 2023
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is seeking an appeal of a federal court’s ruling that its trucks-only tolling program is unconstitutional.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is considering allowing express toll lanes on highways and tripling a fee for electric car owners as he targets his first big push after winning re-election — paying for tens of billions of dollars in roadway projects.
New York City officials are exploring congestion-based tolling scenarios to fund mass transit that could see commercial trucks charged $82 for a one-way drive through the business district.August 29, 2022
Oregon is asking for public input on a congestion pricing plan to impose tolls on all lanes of Portland’s two interstates that would result in commercial trucks paying higher rates than passenger vehicles.August 8, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Turnpike is looking for new legal power to bill freeloading drivers as it prepares to institute no-stop, electronic toll lanes as part of a modernization plan it hopes will speed up traffic across the state.
Understanding new trends in tolling in 2021, and how tolling will evolve into the future, is critical for most commercial fleets, especially those with large regional or national footprints. Learn more about the emerging tolling trends to optimize your fleet’s operations.April 1, 2021
The U.S. District Court of Rhode Island has denied the Rhode Island Department of Transportation’s motion for judgment on pleadings related to the state’s hotly contested trucks-only tolling system.
The rise of all-electronic tolling across the United States has led to an increase in unplanned toll by plate, which can impact fleets in myriad ways, especially with additional administrative fees and delated billing for toll transactions.March 1, 2020