Port Authority Tells E-ZPass Users To Slow Down
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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is reminding drivers it's E-ZPass, not speedy pass.
The agency is now sending warnings to customers who exceed the five-mile-per-hour speed limit in E-ZPass lanes, and repeat offenders may have their accounts suspended.
A first offense will result in a warning, subsequent offenses will cause you to lose your E-ZPass privileges for 60 days, 180 days, and finally a full year.
A Port Authority director says the agency is trying to make sure E-ZPass users safely merge with drivers paying cash.