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EZPass Cash Pay LocationMassDOT is supplementing All-Electronic Tolling at the Tobin Bridge with a new retail Cash Payment Network system. This program, which is now officially live, will allow cash preferred customers to pay their PAY BY PLATE MA invoices and replenish their MassDOT E-ZPass accounts at over 60 retail cash payment locations in areas surrounding the Tobin Bridge.

In July 2014, MassDOT successfully introduced cashless All-Electronic Tolling at the Tobin Memorial Bridge. Under this program, patrons who do not use E-ZPass will receive a PAY BY PLATE MA invoice in the mail program. The Cash Payment Network also extends to other retail locations along the Turnpike and the Boston harbor tunnels.

Customers can easily find the nearest locations online, using the locator tool: http://locator.softgatesystems.com/massdot/.

Through the use of self-service kiosks and/or cashier assistance at the retail locations, customers can pay their tolls and receive a receipt for all transactions. A convenience fee of $1.95 for each E-ZPass account replenishment and $2.95 per PAY BY PLATE MA invoice payment will be charged. While the Tobin Bridge customers are the primary focus of the program at this time, the retail Cash Payment Network may be used by any E-ZPass MA account holder. This program is being implemented and run at no cost to MassDOT.

More information can be found on MassDOT’ s Website for E-ZPass MA and All Electronic Tolling.

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