Cashless conversion on tolls continues apace


Switch to electronic tolls in Sydney continues apace, with the M2 converting to cashless collection yesterday

January 31, 2012

The switch to electronic tolls in Sydney continues apace, with the M2 converting to cashless collection yesterday.

Full electronic toll collection started yesterday, with on-motorway cash payments no longer available.

A Transurban spokeswoman says the change is good news for the more than 100,000 motorists using the motorway each day.

"The conversion to fully cashless tolling will mean a faster, safer and simpler journey for motorists and will help to reduce the impacts of traffic noise to nearby residents," she says.

New tolled Windsor Road on and off ramps are scheduled to open before the end of May, while another project on the motorway will also be completed this year.

"Another major upgrade highlight will be reached in September, when the new Christie and Herring Road east facing ramps are scheduled to open, with the full project complete in the first half of 2013," the Transurban spokeswoman says.




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