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On Friday, November 22, 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal fulfilled his promise to end tolls on GA 400. In January 2014, work will begin to remove the toll booths, the canopy, as well as reinforcement and filling of the tunnel stairwells. The demolition project will be completed in the fall of 2014.Click here for more info on the demolition project.

Though tolls will no longer be collected on GA 400, there are many reasons to hang on to your Peach Pass. You can use it today on the I-85 Express Lanes. In the coming years, you can use the same Peach Pass on the I-75 Express Lanes south of Atlanta (2016) and the Northwest Corridor (2018). Read more about these future projects.

Join us for a little Tolltalk, our new blog providing updates on the Demolition Project, current and future tolling projects in Georgia, Peach Pass customer service information and other transportation news.

Got a question about Peach Pass, the State Road & Tollway Authority’s GTIB (Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank) program or nationwide tolling trends? Let’s talk about it on Tolltalk. 

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