Come Oct. 28, some drivers could pay more — while some could pay less — when all-electronic tolling is activated in Massachusetts, according to a proposal unveiled Monday.
The new prices come as the state shifts to an all-electronic tolling system that will end the need for drivers to stop, or even slow down, to pay tolls.
Under the new system, a trip from one end of the state to the other on the Massachusetts Turnpike (not counting any bridge or tunnel tolls) would cost $6.15 with a Massachusetts-issued E-ZPass; $7.80 with an E-ZPass issued by another state, like New York or New Hampshire; or $11.70 if the driver has no transponder at all.
Here’s a closer look at the new rates:
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