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  • Your guide to the new all-electronic tolling

    Boston Globe - 10/28/2016

    Peter Furth, a traffic expert at Northeastern University, said drivers who travel through the Weston and the Allston-Brighton tolls will probably be hit the hardest, according to the state’s calculations. And if you are a late riser, look out.

    “In all these cases, the people stuck with the greatest delay will be those arriving at the tail end of the peak period, say, 8:45, because they’ll have to join the back of a queue that by then will have grown pretty large,” he wrote in an e-mail. “For less delay, either arrive earlier, or wait until 9:45 to give the queue time to dissipate.”

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