I get it, responded Craig Stone, assistant secretary for tolling with the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Were looking at that.
Im not going to make any promises here.
spent nearly an hour in front of members of the House and Senate transportation committees sharing the departments observations since tolling started Sept. 27 and addressing concerns raised by lawmakers.
Drivers in the express toll lane are saving from 15 to 25 minutes on the Lynnwood-to-Bellevue commute and toll rates average $1 to $1.50, he
At the same time, travel times in the general purpose lanes in the 17-mile stretch are close to average in spite of an uptick in traffic volume overall, compared to 2014, Stone
said theres a settling-in period of six months to a year as drivers get used to the changes and the department studies what the new pattern will be for this portion of I-405.