There is a change coming to the Illinois Tollway.

If you don't have an I-Pass and you plan on traveling on I-90 into Chicago in the near future. Things are going to be a little different.

According to the Daily Herald, all of the remaining change bucket machines are going to be removed. There are 100 left out on the toll roads. They are at least 20 years old and it's hard to get parts to fix them.

The old machines are going to be replaced with new touch screen ones that take credit cards, bills, and change. They should be replaced within the next year.

At this point, wouldn't it be much easier to just get an I-Pass?

Can you image how long the line of cars is going to be at the Rockton Road toll in the summer with all the people traveling back and forth to Wisconsin?


 

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