REPORT: STATE LOSES TOLL MONEY DUE TO MISTAKES

120px-Seal_of_New_Jersey_svgThe state of New Jersey lost over $350,000 in toll revenue last year due largely to mistakes made by toll collectors.  A report on NorthJersey.com says that the losses amount to less than one tenth of one percent of the entire toll revenue generated by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority last year.  The authority operates both the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike.  The agency reports that there was a small amount of employee theft at the toll booths as well.  The authority employs more than 800 toll collectors on both highways.

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