PA Turnpike Chairman Makes Case for Stronger Toll Enforcement Legislation publishes an op-ed by Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission chair Sean Logan on Senate Bill 1086, which would expand toll enforcement provisions. Logan writes that “the vast majority of customers follow the rules of the road; but the number of violations and the lost revenue continues to climb. Last fiscal year alone, we wrote off $5.4 million in unpaid tolls and fees that we could not collect despite repeated efforts to compel customers to pay. That’s money that could help fund a bridge project or a new slip ramp to provide better access to our system — while relieving congestion in a community.” (The bill was approved by the state senate yesterday, September 28, 48-0 and now goes to the house of representatives.)