The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) may be just days away from beginning a strict new enforcement effort against drivers who have racked up huge toll bills.
The rates will increase on July 1 by just under a penny per mile, from 15.3 cents to 16.2 cents. Many commuters say the increase will be noticed and is unnecessary.
State lawmakers were hoping to help disabled veterans with a plan to let them drive toll roads for free. But since the 2009 bill passed, nearly half of the state’s toll roads still charge.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid tolls has officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and statewide toll authorities asking lawmakers at the Capitol for help.
The worst toll violator in North Texas has finally agreed to pay up. At least partially.
A western extension of the President George Bush Turnpike in North Texas opened on Monday morning, connecting Interstate-30 and Interstate-20 in the Grand Prairie area.
Monday morning’s commute will soon be easier for drivers heading north or south between I-20 and I-30.
It’s official; the top toll violators in Texas will now be banned from North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) roads.
Since July the North Texas Tollway Authority’s list of scofflaws with outstanding toll debts has grown by about 10,000 people.
Last month, the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) posted an online list of the states top violators and while hundreds of people paid up the majority of scofflaws are still wanted.
The North Texas Transit Authority’s plan for public shame seems to be working.
The NTTA has posted a list online featuring the top toll violators, and some of them owe more money than most people make in a year. There are 22 people who have bills topping six figures.