RITBA is still figuring out how to bill those without an E-ZPass account, however, according to the article. RITBA previously stated they are unsure how they will charge drivers who do not pay the 10-cents since the cost of postage exceeds the toll.
Some customers in Portsmouth are already seeing a 10-cent charge on their E-ZPass account. David Darlington, chairman of RITBA, tells The Portsmouth Times customers may remove their license plate number from their E-ZPass account.
RITBA began open road tolling on Aug. 19 on the Sakonnet River Bridge.
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