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VIDEO: Explanation Of Scudder Falls Replacement Bridge Cashless Toll System

I-95/I-295 News, Road Work Updates | August 4th, 2016

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has released a video explaining the all-electronic tolling (AET) system that will be used to collect tolls in the southbound direction at the Scudder Falls (I-95) Replacement Bridge when its first completed span opens to traffic sometime in 2019.


Using video footage, animation, graphics and narration, the video explains how an AET system works as well as the benefits of cashless toll collection. It further explains that commuters using a DRJTBC-affiliated E-ZPass transponder will to pay the lowest toll costs and individuals without any kind of E-ZPass tag will pay the highest tolls.