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The Cape May Bridge Commission is rolling out the E-ZPass toll paying system, one bridge at a time over the next two months.

On Monday, April 30, E-ZPass at the Ocean City-Longport Bridge was the first to go live.

“One of our key goals is to make the driving experience on scenic Ocean Drive more pleasant and convenient for our residents and visitors. E-ZPass will go a long way toward accomplishing this goal as it will serve to reduce congestion and make the payment process easier,” says Freeholder Will Morey.

The E-ZPass implementation at the remaining Cape May County bridges will follow this schedule:

  • Middle Thorofare Bridge: May 7
  • Grassy Sound: May 14
  • Corsons Inlet: May 21
  • Townsends Inlet: June 25

 

Officials say there will be signs to alert drivers if E-ZPass is active. All bridges will continue to be manned by bridge tenders who also serve as toll collectors. Although E-ZPass will be available, cash and tickets will still be accepted.

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