Better Tech for Better Tolling

The ITRCC has begun to refresh the in-lane toll experience, which will carry out road work into 2023.
This is a complete modernization of all in-lane equipment including new Automatic Toll Payment Machines (ATPMs), new transponder readers, new cameras, and a completely rework of back-office system designed to deliver quality-of-life improvements to toll collectors, customer service agents, and customers alike. Customers will now see the latest in modernized payment methods, including Apple Pay, Google Pay, and the tap-to-pay functionality built into many credit cards, most customers can expect their payment to take three seconds. For drivers with E-ZPass transponders, new E-ZPass readers at toll booths will also provide a more seamless experience with virtually no wait times.

SEE BELOW FOR LOCATION AND DATES OF ROAD WORK FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS:

Week of February 5 – February 11

Angola (Exit 144) – I-96 & US 27 & SR 127 SR 120

Bristol/ Goshen (Exit 101) – SR 15

Calumet Avenue (Exit 5) – Calumet Avenue & US 41

Cline Ave, Gary East (Exit 10) – SR 912 South

Eastpoint (Exit 153) – Ohio Turnpike

Elkhart East (Exit 96) – CR 17

Mishawaka (Exit 83) – SR 23

Portage (Exit 23) – Portage Corridor 

South Bend West (Exit72) – US 31 Bypass 

South Bend ND (Exit 77) – SR 933

Valaparaiso (Exit 31) – SR 49 

Week of February 12 – February 18 

Angola (Exit 144) – I-96 & US 27 & SR 127 SR 120 

Bristol/ Goshen (Exit 101) – SR 15 

Eastpoint (Exit 153) – Ohio Turnpike 

Elkhart (Exit 92) – CR 19 

Mishawaka (Exit 83) – SR 23 

Portage (Exit 23) – Portage Corridor  

South Bend ND (Exit 77) – SR 933 

Valaparaiso (Exit 31) – SR 49 

Howe/ LaGrange (Exit 121) – SR 9