All-Electronic Tolling Proposal Could Replace NH Workers

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Toll booth workers could be a thing of the past under a bill before the New Hampshire House. The legislation would allow the state to implement all-electronic tolling at locations in Hooksett, Dover and Rochester. All of the locations currently have E-ZPass lanes along with traditional toll collectors. The House Transportation Committee is taking testimony Wednesday on the bill. It’s already passed the Senate. If New Hampshire does move to all-electronic tolling, the bill gives

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