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Officials To Reduce Sunpass, Toll-by-Plate Rates on 5 Expressways

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    Sunpass Lowering Toll Prices on 5 Expressways

    Starting July 1, Sunpass rates will be reduced on five major expressways, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority board of directors announced Friday. (Published Sunday, June 10, 2018)

    What to Know

    • The toll reduction applies to the five MDX-operated expressways.

    • The expressways are as follows: the Dolphin, Airport, Don Shula, Snapper Creek and Gratigny.


    Starting July 1, Sunpass rates will be reduced on five major expressways, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority board of directors announced Friday.
    The board approved a reduction of the Sunpass and toll-by-plate rates on the following MDX operated expressways: the Dolphin, Airport, Don Shula, Snapper Creek and Gratigny.
    Although the rates will be lowered, you won't be saving a ton of cash: You will be saving a maximum of 4 cents if you have a Sunpass and 8 cents if you drive without a transponder.
    Nevertheless, officials with MDX are eager about the change.   
     "After many months of thoughtful analysis, discussions, and evaluation, I am thrilled to announce that we approved action lowering MDX toll rates by an average of 6 percent, 
    effective July 1, 2018," MDX Chairperson Shelly Smith Fano said in a statement. 
     "The reduction applies to all our MDX customers, whether the method of collection is Sunpass or Toll-by-Plate."  

    Starting July 1, Sunpass rates will be reduced on five major expressways, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority board of directors announced Friday.

    The board approved a reduction of the Sunpass and toll-by-plate rates on the following MDX operated expressways: the Dolphin, Airport, Don Shula, Snapper Creek and Gratigny.

    Although the rates will be lowered, don't expect to save a ton of cash. The grand total of savings is a maximum of 4 cents if you are a Sunpass user and 8 cents if you drive without a transponder.

    Nevertheless, officials with MDX are eager about the change.   

    "After many months of thoughtful analysis, discussions, and evaluation, I am thrilled to announce that we approved action lowering MDX toll rates by an average of 6 percent, effective July 1, 2018," MDX Chairperson Shelly Smith Fano said in a statement.  

    "The reduction applies to all our MDX customers, whether the method of collection is Sunpass or Toll-by-Plate."  



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