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Electronic Toll Collection Finally a Reality on the NJ Turnpike

After a seemingly endless delay, the New Jersey Turnpike has implemented the electronic toll collection system called E-ZPass. This means that it is possible to travel from Boston to Buffalo and Albany to Wilmington along toll roads without stopping to pay cash.

Some of us who put E-ZPass on our cars two or three years ago never thought that we would live to see the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway fully implement electronic toll collection. Although we would prefer if tolls were totally removed from these roads, the implementation of E-ZPass is the next best thing. Motorists in the Northeast should rejoice in the same fashion as when our states finally accepted the 65 mile per hour speed limit.

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