There is some good news for those of you who have a toll road transponder.
The price you pay to travel on the Indiana Toll Road won’t be going up on Jan. 1 after all, according to WNDU.
Transponder users have been paying 1985 rates to drive the toll road from the past 10 years. The rate was supposed to go up to current prices back in July, but thanks to a state subsidy, the hike was postponed until the start of the year.
There is still about $15 million dollars left on the subsidy, so the Indiana Finance Authority has extended the lower rates for transponder users to last the end of February.
It means an additional savings for about 80,000 drivers.