With safeguards in place, cash toll collection is set to return next week to the seven bridges linking Pennsylvania and New Jersey where cash was previously accepted.
In a news release Friday, the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission said cash-collection lanes will continue operating until further notice…
Following a suspension related to the coronavirus pandemic, Delaware River Port Authority bridges will be the first in the region where drivers can resume paying tolls with cash, starting Monday morning, nj.com reported.
Temporary cashless tolling via invoice for non-E-ZPass motorists had begun 10 p.m. March 24 on the commission’s crossings in response to rising infection rates of the COVID-19 coronavirus illness.
New cases have dropped in recent weeks on both sides of the Delaware River in the Lehigh Valley.