The Washington State Department of Transportation expects to mail out its first batch of toll-related bills within the coming week to drivers who crossed the Highway 520 bridge without an automated pass.
WSDOT said it will mail about 19,000 toll bills to drivers who crossed the bridge between Dec. 29, 2011 and Jan. 4, 2012.
Drivers who opted for the mailed bills are charged $1.50 more per trip than drivers who use the automated “Good to Go” pass. The agency said the higher rate covers the cost of generating the bills.
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For more information about the tolls or how to open an automated “Good to Go” account, go here.