(a) Automatic vehicle identification systems when used for toll collection can speed
up the flow of traffic at toll facilities and reduce collection costs.
(b) More than one system and technology is available.
(c) Currently, the department and the district operate toll bridges and other entities
may soon operate toll roads or bridges.
(d) There are no permanent automatic vehicle identification systems for toll collection
in the state at this time and none of the facility operators have selected a system
or technology for future implementation.
(e) It is in the best interest of vehicle owners and operators that the automatic
vehicle identification systems and technology used by all toll facility operators
are compatible with one another.
(f) Compatible automatic vehicle identification systems can be selected for statewide
use without requiring the purchase and installation from a single vendor or producer.
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