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E-ZPass Expanding To Virginia

I heard this on the local news on the way to work. Virginia is integrating its Smart Tag technology with E-ZPass to create a seamless toll automation network in the Northeast corridor. This isn't going to mean much to people outside of the ten states covered by E-ZPass and Smart Tag, but if you frequent toll roads covered by both systems this is very good news. The bad news is that the integrated network won't be fully functional until Fall 2004. Even so, it's about time!


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Comments (2)

Woo-hoo! I agree this is ve... (Below threshold)

Woo-hoo! I agree this is very good news.

YAY! This makes me very ha... (Below threshold)

YAY! This makes me very happy. Now I just need to buy one of the damn things.






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