DALLAS (CBSDFW) – It will soon cost you more to drive on many North Texas toll roads.

The North Texas Tollway Authority announced toll rates are going up on July 1.

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TollTag members, on average, will pay an additional penny member pile, from 17.06 to 18.01 cents.

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ZipCash customers, who pay an average of 50% more than TollTag members, will also see an increase in their rates.

The NTTA regularly schedules increases to fund new transportation choices; repay their more than $9 billion in bonds for newly built toll roads; and keep up with inflation.

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NTTA does not receive tax dollars to operate, or maintain, its toll roads