Thursday, November 10, 2011

M2 Early Conversion to Fully Electronic Tolls

Message from the Hills M2 Project:

The NSW Government has reached agreement with the operator of the Hills M2 Motorway for the conversion of the motorway to cashless or fully electronic toll collection on 30 January 2012
The conversion three months ahead of schedule has been facilitated by the Hills M2 Upgrade and will allow the timing to align with the conversion of the Eastern Distributor by Airport Motorways Limited, the operators of that motorway.
The introduction of cashless operations follows the successful conversion of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 2009 and the Sydney Harbour Tunnel in 2007. Consecutive governments have indicated their commitment to transition the Sydney Motorway network to fully cashless operations.
Cashless operations will ensure a simpler, safer and faster journey for motorists. Cashless operations will remove stop-start conditions and queuing at key bottlenecks on the motorway, including Pennant Hills Road interchange and the main toll plaza, servicing the Christie Road off-ramp and the Herring Road on-ramp.

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