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Advisory ID #107062

Updated: 2/18/2007 3:18 PM
Title: Pennsylvania Turnpike Toll Collection - Now in Affect
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   UpdateDate/Time:   2/18/2007 3:18 PM
Comments:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has resumed toll collection at 8pm. on the East-West Mainline and Northeastern Extension Saturday, February 17,2007
Updated: 2/17/2007 8:02 PM
Title: Pennsylvania Turnpike Toll Collection - Now in Affect
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   UpdateDate/Time:   2/18/2007 3:18 PM
Comments:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has resumed toll collection at 8pm. on the East-West Mainline and Northeastern Extension Saturday, February 17,2007
Updated: 2/17/2007 5:06 PM
Title: Pennsylvania Turnpike Toll Collection Resumes
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   UpdateDate/Time:   2/17/2007 5:06 PM
Comments:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will resume toll collection at 8pm. on the East-West Mainline and Northeastern Extension Saturday, February 17,2007
Updated: 2/16/2007 6:50 PM
Title: Pennsylvania Turnpike Toll Waiving
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   UpdateDate/Time:   2/16/2007 6:50 PM
Comments:
HARRISBURG, PA. (FEB. 16, 2007) – The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is extending the waiver of tolls on the Turnpike’s east-west mainline and Northeastern Extension for another 24-hour period. The collection of tolls will resume Saturday when storm clean-up operations are completed along other Pennsylvania interstates. Turnpike officials anticipate that toll collection will resume no later than 8 p.m. Saturday. The waiver applies to all passenger and commercial vehicles using the east-west Turnpike between the Ohio and New Jersey borders and the Turnpike’s Northeastern Extension (I-476). Tolls are still being collected on the following Turnpike spurs in southwestern Pennsylvania: Turnpike 60, Turnpike 66, Turnpike 43 and Turnpike 576. Cash-paying motorists must still take a toll ticket upon entering the Turnpike, and they must surrender only the toll ticket to a collector upon exit. E-ZPass motorists will receive toll-free passage, too. They should drive through the E-ZPass lanes as normal; however, their accounts will NOT be charged during the toll-waiver period. The toll-free passage first announced Thursday evening did provide viable alternate routes statewide — especially for motorist seeking passage to and from northeast region of the state; and the measure helped reduce congestion and backlogs on other arteries.
Updated: 2/16/2007 6:52 AM
Title: Pennsylvania Storm Emergency Recovery
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   UpdateDate/Time:   2/16/2007 6:52 AM
Comments:
The Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has declared a statewide Disaster Emergency. Due to the winter storm Recovery efforts closing Interstates 80, 81 and 78 the Pennsylvania department of transportation has urged all motorists that wish to travel East and West to utilize the Pennsylvania Turnpike as an alternate route. The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has waived tolls for all vehicles from Gateway to the Delaware River Bridge on the manline I-70/I-76/I-276; and Interstate 476 From Mid County to Clark Summit.
Updated: 2/15/2007 9:10 PM
Title: Toll Waiving - Disaster Emergency
Location: Entire Turnpike
Mileposts: All
Direction:
All Directions
Lanes Affected:
All Lanes
Traffic Flow:
No Data
Report Type:   InitialDate/Time:   2/15/2007 9:11 PM
Comments:
The Governor of the State of Pennsylvania has declared a statewide Disaster Emergency. Due to the winter storm which began on February 13, 2007; and continues to impact the state of Pennsylvania. Interstates 80, 81, 78 are experiencing extreme difficulties with clearing of Snow and stranded motorists; Penn Dot is directing all traffic wishing to travel east or West on these interstates to utilize the Turnpike’s Northeast Extension and East/West Mainline as an alternate route. So effective immediately and until further notice the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Will waive tolls for all vehicles from Gateway to the Delaware River Bridge; and From Mid County to Clark Summit.
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