ROADS/BRIDGES: Interactive toll map by WSDOT helps drivers navigate I-405

The interactive map is available on WSDOT's I-405 tolling website and will be available at the end of August. 

Tolling News August 20, 2015
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The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is launching an interactive map of the tolling lanes along I-405, set to be released by the end of August. The online map offers users a point-and-click view the new I-405 Express Toll Lanes, which will be open to traffic in September.
 
The online map will display the entry and exit points and what the signs will look like at those particular points. Drivers can plot their route and determine which point works best for their commute or particular drive that day.
 
The map will also show how the lanes are configured and what it will look like to merge in and out of them.
 
"The goal of this is to get drivers familiar with this idea of looking at the rate signs as they enter and also to make sure they understand that sign they see when they enter is what they're going to get," WSDOT Communications Consultant Ethan Bergerson told KIRO Radio. "They're not going to get charged extra for continuing on."

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