Henry Hudson Bridge Going Cashless

Unmanned, cashless toll booths are being introduced on the Bronx-Manhattan crossing beginning Nov. 10

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012  |  Updated 7:50 AM EDT
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Henry Hudson Bridge Going Cashless

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The Henry Hudson Bridge is going cashless.     

Unmanned, cashless toll booths are being introduced on the Bronx-Manhattan crossing beginning Nov. 10.     

The agency says drivers can pay with the E-ZPass or their license plates will be photographed and the registered driver will get a bill in the mail.     

The toll remains the same: $2.20 with E-ZPass and $4 without.     

The 34 MTA Bridges and Tunnels officers currently working at the bridge toll plaza will be moved to jobs at other crossings.     

The bridge averages 65,000 vehicles daily. It's the first of the MTA's seven bridges and two tunnels to go cashless.

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