I-Team Uncollected toll money in Massachusetts

Some out of state drivers may be traveling the Mass Pike for free.

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP)-Massachusetts is owed millions of dollars in uncollected toll money.

The state is currently in the process of eliminating toll booths and going to all overhead electronic tolling.

The Department of Transportation has various ways to collect toll money from Massachusetts residents, what about travelers from other states?

The 22News I-Team uncovers how much money the state is losing in toll revenue and reveals what states owe the most.

Related: Didn’t Pay A Toll? Enforcers Might Track You Across State Lines

Wikipedia: List of toll roads in the United States

New England States:

  • Connecticut – No Toll Roads
  • Maine – Maine Turnpike
  • Massachusetts – I‑90, Mass. Pike & Ted Williams Tunnel (one way toll, westbound only. Part of Mass. Pike)
  • New Hampshire – Blue Star Turnpike / I‑95, Everett Turnpike & Spaulding Turnpike / NH 16
  • Rhode Island – No Toll Roads
  • Vermont – No Toll Roads

You won’t want to miss this report Thursday, November 6 on 22News at 11pm.

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