E-Z Pass spanning the eastern seaboard, a possibility

    If the organization that oversees E-Z Pass gets their way, stopping for tolls on I-95 will be nothing but a memory.

     

    According to The Press of Atlantic City, E-Z Pass’ The Interagency Group is working with southern states along the I-95 corridor. Their efforts would help each state to transition their equipment in order to accept E-Z Pass as a form of toll payment, from Maine to Florida.

    E-Z Pass is currently in use in 14 states and has over 22 million devices in circulation.

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