In my previous post I had a mild rant about waiving tolls on the Maine Turnpike. But our neighbor to the South, New Hampshire, just pulled a toll increase — without raising prices. Huh? How?
New Hampshire no longer accepts its own tokens for tolls. Now riders have to pay a buck each way, instead of the 50 cents (or so) the tokens ended up costing. Bottom line: about a 100% increase in the cost.
BTW, for those of you from away, New Hampshire’s little stretch of I-95 is only about 15 miles long. A buck to ride 15 miles of pavement!