Drivers Can Now Challenge Missed Tolls Online

CHICAGO (WBBM/CBS) — If you got hit with a ticket on the tollway, but swear you paid it, someone will now listen to your beef online.

Drivers accused of missing a toll can now go to and search the images that were recorded at the spot where the Tollway says they didn’t pay, the Chicago Tribune’s John Hilkevitch reported.

LISTEN: Newsradio 780’s Mike Krauser reports

The information is also available at this direct link.

The Web site asks for a driver’s notice or case number, and license plate number and state.

If the license in the photo does not match, a driver can click “Plate Incorrect” on a drop-down menu, while if there is no license photo associated with the violation, a driver can click “Missing Image,” the Tribune reported.

And if you were caught fair and square, you can choose “No Dispute” and pay.

The Web site also advises that I-Pass customers should contact the customer care center, at (800) 824-7277, if they have received a violation notice.

  • JIm

    Hey! what happened to “THE TOLLS WILL BE THERE 3 – 5 YEARS” as stated back in 1956 ?

  • raul rodriguez

    the people that work for the tollway shoud be investigated. i paid my missed tolls for being on the wrong lane.but got a bill for the same tolls that i had paid on line the same that i missed the me it seems that the attorny general shouls look into this when we pay and we have to twice for the same tolls.

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