CHICAGO (AP) — The days of paying cash on the Illinois Tollway are gone forever.
The tollway announced Thursday it's permanently eliminating cash toll collections and will accept only I-Pass, E-ZPass or online payments.
Customers unable to pay online can pay by check or money order.
The move comes nearly a year after the tollway suspended cash tolls in mid-March because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The tollway also says it will begin a program in May to help low-income drivers by waiving deposits on I-PASS transponders and adding $20 in tolls to people with household incomes up to 2 1/2 times the poverty line.