Toll booth operators are no longer taking cash payments for drivers heading into Gloucester County on the George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge—a response to the spread of COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean those crossing the bridge will be getting a free ride.
According to the Virginia Department of Transportation, the cash-exchange toll collection has been temporarily removed from the bridge.
In an effort to avoid hand-to-hand contact, only $20 is needed to open a new E-ZPass account, reduced from $35, temporarily, in an effort to make it easier to get a transponder. The full $20 investment goes toward tolls.E-ZPass is the easiest and most convenient way to pay tolls, and does not involve hand-to-hand contact, a VDOT release stated.
Starting April 1, if you make an unpaid trip on a Virginia toll facility, you may be able to pay the toll through the “missed-a-toll” process before receiving an invoice. Due to COVID-19, the standard administrative fee associated with “missed-a-toll” ...
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