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MassDOT on AET Rates: This is Not a Toll Hike. No Sir.

WCVB News reports that massDOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack, in an AET media briefing, reminds motorists that they can earn a discount if they obtain an EZPassMA transponder. Pollack tells the station, “This is not a toll increase. This is a rate-setting process.” The report adds, “Overall the state expects toll revenues to slightly decrease, dropping from $128.1 […] The post MassDOT on AET Rates: This is Not a Toll Hike.
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