The sellout crowd of 37,955 at Fenway Park Monday night witnessed a Sox win, 8-3 over the A's, and had a chance to get the message about joining FAST LANE to avoid the cash toll lines on the way home.
The Turnpike Authority thanks the Red Sox for posting this public service announcement during home games this year.
Transponders are free of charge and more than 93,000 new FAST LANE accounts have been opened since mid-February.
Join FAST LANE by visiting www.masspike.com or calling 1-877-MASSPIKE (627-7745).
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