EW Bullock | Mid-Bay Bridge to Suspend Cash Tolls in Preparation for Tropical Storm Nate
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Mid-Bay Bridge to Suspend Cash Tolls in Preparation for Tropical Storm Nate

By Katie King- katie@ewbullock.com

October 6, 2017 –Niceville, Fl—Effective at 5 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7, cash toll collection operations on the Mid-Bay Bridge will be managed using Toll-By-Plate. All customers that currently use electronic toll payment methods, such as SunPass or other interoperable transponders, are not affected.

Cash-paying customers using the Mid-Bay Bridge will be invoiced for tolls and will not be charged an administrative fee during the period that Toll-By-Plate is in use.

Cash toll collection is expected to resume at 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 9.  This action is being taken for the safety of toll collection staff.

Customers with any questions on Toll-By-Plate or SunPass, may call 1-888-865-5352.

About the Mid-Bay Bridge Authority
The Mid-Bay Bridge Authority is a dependent special District of the State located in Okaloosa County, created in 1986 by the Florida Legislature to finance, build, and oversee a bridge across Choctawhatchee Bay along with roads connecting to it. The Authority has five voting members, appointed by the Governor and the District Three Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation, or his/her designee, who serves as a non-voting member. An Executive Director and staff manage day-to-day administration of the Mid-Bay Bridge Authority. For more information, go to http://www.mid-bay.com.

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