The EZ Pass Funding Fantasy

Scarry, Donald M.
August 2001
Business News New Jersey;8/14/2001-8/20/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 33, p16
Focuses on revenues from violations of the EZ Pass electronic toll collection system in New Jersey. Expected amount of money that will be raised by March 2008; Issue of removing tolls on the Garden State Parkway.


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