Cameras will soon be watching over cars along the Garden State Parkway, keeping a watchful eye on those who cheat the tolls.
The Associated Press reports the cameras will begin rolling at 12:01 a.m. Monday at the highway’s 84 exact-change lanes on both the highway and ramps.
According to the AP, the cameras will record the license plates of drivers who don’t pay the proper tolls.
The owner of a vehicle captured on film faces a bill for the toll, plus a $50 administrative fee.
The AP says the New Jersey Turnpike Authority reports the parkway has lost about $3.2 million in revenue so far this year from toll cheats who drive in exact-change lanes.
Overall last year, the parkway lost about $4 million in such revenue, according to the AP.