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All-electronic tolling is expected to aid the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway & Transportation District close a budget gap, will this cause more traffic?

Asked by Trulia San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Mon Feb 4, 2013

Will this lead to confusion when people are no longer working in the toll booths?

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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Mon Feb 4, 2013
NH switched its tolling last year, we have a high speed lane (55mph) where you do not have to stop but there is still lanes for cash that are seperated a mile out by dividers and lots of signs. It works well. On our other toll roads they had previous switched to easy pass with the middle lanes you drive thru at 25 mph and the right sides are cash. Despite the multiple signs tourists can not read and often swing over from the easy pass to cash lanes 5 lanes over without looking or stopping. I dont see how having no cash lanes will work unless they make people get offbefore the bridge....
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Tom Flinn, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Mon Feb 4, 2013
There will only be fastrak lanes, if you don't have one, they mail you a bill. No stopping for anyone.
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Tom Flinn, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Mon Feb 4, 2013
I used un staffed toll roads all over France in 1998. The French seemed to have figured it out. In France, you pay with credit or debit cards. There aren't any people for miles, so you just do it.
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Lance King, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Mon Feb 4, 2013
My question is why are the only questions being asked in San Francisco coming from Trulia these days?
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