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MA Lawmaker Presses MassDOT to Lower Pike Toll for non-EZ-Pass Customers

WAMC News reports that State Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier is pushing MassDOT to lower the proposed 30 cent per gantry fee for drivers who don’t have an EZ-Pass transponder as the Mass. Pike readies for its Oct. 28 launch of AET. The post MA Lawmaker Presses MassDOT to Lower Pike Toll for non-EZ-Pass Customers appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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