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2 thoughts on “Photo enforcement of tolls brings inquiry

  1. Chuck:

    What Janet failed to tell you is that the cameras they are using at the Tacoma Narrows Bridge are vintage 2002 technology – installed and first used in 2007. I recently found out, and the DOT confirmed, that these cameras have a non-read rate of over 10%.

    Janet also failed to tell you that the cost to collect an out of state toll is usually more than the toll so how aggressive do you think they will be to spend more then they receive?

    Randy Boss
    randyboss@comcast.net

  2. What their not telling you is that the usual procedure is to send a warning letter to the non payers, (via the plate number registration),…. a few will reply and pay up – but the rest ignore the letters and no action is taken against them – in NY city approximately a third of the people using the EZ pass lanes on Bridges DO NOT pay….the “tab” is then transferred to those who follow the rules. (Politically run enterprises will always take the path of least resistance.)

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