Pennsylvania Turnpike adds cash payment network

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The Pennsylvania Turnpike hopes to make it easier for drivers to pay. The Turnpike Commission partners with Kubra cash payment network to allow customers to pay bills and add funds to their E-ZPass at outlets such as Dollar General, Walgreens, 7/11, CVS and Sheetz. Customers who wish to pay in cash can access their accounts online, generate a payslip and go through a point of sale to pay. “We are pleased to offer our customers another way to pay,” Turnpike CEO Mark Compton said in a statement. Many travelers already visit these local pharmacies, convenience stores, or discount stores, and now they can pay a PA Toll By Plate bill or replenish their E-ZPass accounts during their stay. » A service fee of $1.50 is associated with the payment network. The Turnpike says it will help customers who don’t have a bank account and can’t transact online. To learn more about the program, click here.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike hopes to make it easier for drivers to pay.

The Turnpike Commission partners with Kubra cash payment network to allow customers to pay bills and add funds to their E-ZPass at outlets such as Dollar General, Walgreens, 7/11, CVS and Sheetz.

Customers who wish to pay in cash can access their accounts online, generate a payslip and go to a point of sale to pay.

“We’re excited to offer our customers another way to pay,” Turnpike CEO Mark Compton said in a statement. Many travelers already visit these local pharmacies, convenience stores, or discount stores, and now they can pay a PA Toll By Plate bill or replenish their E-ZPass accounts during their stay.

A service fee of $1.50 is associated with the payment network.

The Turnpike says this will help customers who don’t have a bank account and can’t transact online.

To learn more about the program, click here.

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