Even if you aren’t an E-ZPass user, you may be the target of a new e-mail scam.
Virginia transportation officials have made some changes to meet the demand for E-ZPass transponders in Hampton Roads.
Tolls have increased bridges, tunnels and other roads in Maryland.
Traffic should begin flowing on the 495 Express Lanes later this fall and drivers will need an E-ZPass to access them.
Amid public outcry, the Virginia Department of Transportation announced Monday that it would step back its plans to charge E-ZPass users a $1 monthly fee.
Traffic officials in Virginia are proposing a new $1 per month fee for all E-ZPass units regardless of whether or not they are being used.