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If the reason for contesting the toll violation is not listed on the form, customers can call Tollway Customer Service at 800-UC-IPASS (800-824-7277) for assistance.
While initially intended to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, cashless tolling will remain in place throughout the Illinois Tollway system on a permanent basis, the agency announced Thursday.
Passenger vehicle owners who fail to pay a toll will now initially face a notice with a $3 invoice fee for each unpaid toll rather than a notice with a $20 violation fine, an 85 percent reduction. Currently, a $20 fine is assessed for each unpaid toll if left unpaid.
The Toll Highway Act is the state law that established the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority and granted the agency authority to provide for the construction, operation, regulation and maintenance of the system of toll highways in Illinois.
Failure to pay tolls can result in fines, fees and possible suspension of your license plate and/or your driver's license.

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As of 2017, ISTHA maintains and operates 294 miles (473 km) of tollways in 12 counties in Northern Illinois....Illinois State Toll Highway Authority. Agency overviewEmployees1,704Annual budget$696 millionAgency executivesJosé Alvarez, Executive Director Will Evans, Chairman of the BoardParent agencyState of Illinois10 more rows
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Although it was initiated by the state legislature in 1953, Illinois' toll authority receives no federal or state funding, leaving the 273.4 miles to be maintained almost strictly from tolls, toll authority officials said.
The Tollway is a user-fee system \u2013 no state or federal tax dollars are used to support maintenance and operations. Operations are funded by toll and concession revenues.
The Illinois Tollway is a user-fee system and receives no state or federal funds for maintenance and operations.

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