Tolling will begin in the Highway 99 tunnel Saturday, Nov. 9, nine months after it opened.

Rates will vary by time of day, ranging from $1 each direction in overnight hours to $1.50 for the morning commute and $2.25 at the peak afternoon commute.

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Private transit and registered van pools will ride for free, but carpoolers will pay the toll.

As Traffic Lab reports on the tolling system, we’d like to know: What questions do you have about tolling the Highway 99 tunnel?