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Free Turnpike FAST LANE transponders are now available at the Registry of Motor Vehicles office in downtown Springfield.

Beginning in April 2008, FAST LANE transponders were made available at selected RMV branches.  Downtown Springfield now joins Beverly, Framingham , North Adams , Pittsfield , Springfield (Eastfield Mall), Watertown , Worcester and Boston Chinatown on the list of RMV offices with free transponders available. The RMV says nearly 8000 transponders have been distributed.

The RMV's online "Express Lane" now offers 18 services from renewing your license or registration to paying traffic citations and free online Fast Lane sign-up right from your computer.

Or sign up for FAST LANE at the Turnpike website

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