Ohio will soon be getting rid of some of its toll booths, making it possible to travel the turnpike without slowing down.
The changes take effect by 2021 under a new plan.
Drivers with an E-ZPass can use high-speed lanes that track them with sensors instead of slowing down for the current E-ZPass lanes.
Drivers without the passes will still be able to pay at a booth.
The plan also calls for the closure of nine toll plazas, including Plazas 13 through 39, west of Toledo, and Plazas 215 through 234, west of Youngstown.
The plaza closest to Pennsylvania, however, will see upgrades.
Some drivers believe it will help them get to their destinations more efficiently
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