If you’re a New Jersey E-ZPass customer, expect to receive a new transponder for your vehicle(s) in the mail.
NJ E-ZPass says that around a million customers active accounts will receive the new transponders by the end of this year as the current transponders will stop working.
Customers will receive both a new transponder, as well as a postage-paid envelope to return the old transponder.
NJ E-ZPass currently services 7 agencies that maintain roads in New Jersey, including the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, the Delaware River Port Authority, the Cape May Bridge Commission, the Burlington County Bridge Commission, and the South Jersey Transportation Authority.
The cost of replacing the transponders will cost NJ E-ZPass approximately $8.4 million.