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Electronic Tolls

The challenge in understanding how violations work is compounded by differences in policies and procedures between the many toll facility operators throughout the nation. While a fleet can never truly eliminate the possibility of violations on its vehicles, there are three ways to significantly minimize violations, and in turn, their impact on fleet operations and the bottom line.

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PrePass Looks Back at 25 Years of Weigh Station Bypass

PrePass this year celebrated its 25th anniversary and marked another milestone with the largest truck enrollment ever in the program-- more than 600,000 trucks. We sat down with Karen Rasmussen, CEO of HELP Inc., the public-private partnership that oversees the PrePass program, to get some insights.

Connecticut Eyes Truck-Only Tolls

Taking a cue from Rhode Island, neighboring Connecticut is signaling that it too will soon target heavy trucks at toll stations on highways in the state.

Bestpass Touts $100M in Toll-Related Savings

Bestpass has saved commercial fleets more than $100 million in toll-related savings, the toll management provider announced. Its clients range in size from independent owner-operators to mega-fleets with thousands of vehicles.

FHWA Approves 2 Rhode Island Truck Tolling Stations

A truck-tolling project in Rhode Island, fought by the trucking industry, has received a federal go-ahead. It's expected construction of the first two electronic truck-only tolling locations on Interstate 95 will begin in January.

The Future of Tolling in America

Regardless of what happens to improve infrastructure at the federal level, state and local governments are increasingly taking steps to improve roads and bridges through tolling.