TOLLS SUSPENDED ON EXPRESSWAY FOR HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF VEHILCES
TOLLS SUSPENDED FOR RELIEF VEHICLES
ATLANTIC CITY EXPRESSWAY WAIVES TOLLS FOR HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF
Hamilton Township, NJ – “Any outside company that is assisting New Jersey in our Hurricane Sandy relief effort and travels the Atlantic City Expressway will not be charged a toll,” announced SJTA Acting Executive Director Sam Donelson. “Such companies must be in clearly marked company vehicles (i.e. electric utility trucks, tree/debris clearing trucks & equipment, Red Cross, etc) and are instructed to use manned toll booths whenever possible.”
Drivers should identify themselves as part of the relief effort and will be given free passage. Should drivers inadvertently pass through a dedicated EZ-Pass lanes, an automatic violation will be generated by our toll system. Once a violation notice is received (this can take 30-60 days), a company representative should contact us or the E-ZPass NJ customer service center. At that time, any tolls will be credited to your EZ-Pass account and any fines will be waived.
Any company/individual must provide proof that they are actually providing a service related to Hurricane relief in order to receive free toll passage.