DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (CBS) — The steep increase in tolls on Illinois tollways will be official after a vote Thursday.

The Illinois Toll Highway Authority Board on Thursday is expected to approve its 2012 budget, which includes the higher tolls the board passed in August.

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On Aug. 25, the board of directors passed a plan to increase tolls, by 35 cents for I-Pass users, and 70 cents for cash payers.

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Basic I-Pass toll rates will increase from 40 cents to 75 cents, with those who use cash to pay $1.50. Some toll plazas will cost as much as $1.90 for I-Pass.

For I-Pass users, tolls have not increased in nearly 30 years, Illinois Toll Highway Authority executive director Kristi LaFleur said in August.

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The hike takes effect in January.