WOODBRIDGE, N.J. - New Jersey highway officials are teaming up with the state Motor Vehicle Commission to clamp down on people who breeze through tolls without paying.
Under a pilot program launched Thursday, the Motor Vehicle Commission will threaten more than 100 repeat toll cheats with suspension of their registrations.
The 131 targeted companies and individuals account for about $2.5 million in unpaid tolls and fees.
Longhorn Transport LLC of Newark was identified as the worst offender, with 2,652 violations and $116,281 owed. A person who answered the phone at the trucking company Thursday said no one was available to comment.