Electronic Tolls Inch Higher

by Erin McCune on July 4, 2007

in ECommerce

Today's New York Times features an article on electronic tolls (e.g. EZPass along the East Coast, FastTrak in the SF Bay Area). An economist determined that on average tolls increase 30% after electronic toll payment is installed. This should be no surprise to merchants and billers that already accept electronic payment – consumers spend more when they aren't physically handing over cash.

Read the whole article here (free subscription):

Technology Eases the Ride to Higher Tolls
The New York Times
Published: July 4, 2007

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