LUZERNE COUNTY, Pennsylvania – As of January 6, the toll will enter into Pennsylvania Turnpike.
This is the 11th year in a row, prices have risen.
"I often travel quite a lot, I'm in a band, and I go to Georgia quite a lot, so we keep coming this way all the time," said Hannah Weidner of New York.
Turnpike officials say there will be an increase of 6%.
We have measured some of the numbers in our area.
If you drive from Bear Creek to the Pocono exchange rate, there will be an increase of 20 cents if you do this with cash.
There will be an increase of 70 cents for a longer drive from Bear Creek to the Mid County Exchange near Philadelphia.
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"Every year But it seems every year that it adds up and yes, it's true, I'm coming out of here at the end, and I think it's $ 12.70, that's a lot of money Way, "said Gary Nestor of Dushore.
While some people are not fans of growth, others do not mind.
"I think even if prices go up as long as everything stays the same The rest areas are in good condition, you pay for them," said Jack Weidner of New York.
Turnpike officials say the raises pay a compulsory fee, which pays the road system to PennDOT to aid the transportation in the state.
Officials say the increase also helps maintain the turnpike, but the drivers do not believe the money will improve the road.
"If you have seen the roads improve, the bridges will improve and they will get better, then I will not have a problem. However, with the increases, the roads are just as bad as they used to be and the rates are still rising," said Nestor,
To save money when you're on the Turnpike, Turnpikes' representatives suggest EZPass.  40.160004