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FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Drivers will begin seeing new toll pricing signs this weekend as part of the ongoing activities in the second phase of I-95 Express tolling.

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New pricing signs located along northbound I-95 lanes, just north of the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami-Dade County, will start posting “$0.00” from Ives Dairy Road to I-595, signaling the next stage of toll testing for this corridor.

SunPass® is urging drivers to note the following:

• SunPass® customers will begin to see a “$0.00” charge for this area on their statements. Please note that during this testing period, funds will not be deducted from your SunPass® account.

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• Tolls on 95 Express are collected electronically so toll-paying users of the express lanes must have a SunPass® account and affix their SunPass® transponder to their windshield.

• Drivers entering the express lanes should monitor the electronic pricing signs that notify what the toll is to upcoming exits.

The work is being done as part of a construction project extending the existing express lanes north into southern Broward County.

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The work, which began in 2011, is expected to be completed this spring with an estimated cost of $120 million.