The New York State Thruway Authority says it will resume toll collection throughout the state.
By Thursday, motorists will once again be paying cash for tolls if they do not have an E-ZPass.
If they would like to continue with cashless tolling, an E-ZPass will be required until the state switches over to cashless methods.
In a statement, Thruway Authority Executive Director Matthew Driscoll said, “During these unprecedented times, we thank all of our toll collection staff and customers who have seamlessly adjusted to the ever-changing conditions that COVID-19 has presented. As we move forward, we will be taking every step possible to protect our workforce and drivers while continuing a high level of service our customers have come to expect.”
Those who traveled on the Thruway between late-March and the end of May will receive a one-time bill for all tolls.