The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has announced the release of a new video that explains how non-E-ZPass-equipped motorists will get billed for tolls when crossing the Scudder Falls (I-295) Toll Bridge in the Pennsylvania-bound direction.
The video consists of filmed footage, animation, and other graphic content, accompanied by background music and narration. It explains how the toll assessment and billing process works from split seconds before a PA-bound vehicle passes at highway speeds beneath the bridge’s overhead all-electronic toll (AET) gantry to when a vehicle’s registered owner receives mailed TOLL BY PLATE invoices for accumulated tolls.
The video’s release coincides with the current issuance of TOLL BY PLATE invoices to vehicle owners who already have amassed $50 or more in toll charges since the onset of toll collections on July 14. TOLL BY PLATE invoices are sent via U.S. Mail to a vehicle’s owner when $50 in accumulated tolls are recorded, or after 30 days of an initial toll transaction, whichever comes first.
Full details have been posted on the project website at http://www.scudderfallsbridge.com/new-video-explains-toll-by-plate-billing-process/