MTA to Play Hardball with Scofflaws with Launch of AET Next Year reports, “Tollbooths at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, along with the Bayonne Bridge, will be replaced by automatic tolling next year, and those who try to dodge the tolls will face consequences.” The article notes, “To deter drivers from speeding up to try and beat [license plate recognition cameras], the MTA has made it clear that Bridges and Tunnels officers will continue to work together with the New York State Police and New York City Police Department to ensure the safe operation of motor vehicles on and around their facilities, . . . according to an MTA spokesperson. The law enforcement officers will address speed enforcement and the enforcement of other vehicle and traffic laws deemed as aggressive or reckless driving, including speeding, following too closely (tailgating), and unsafe movement from lane to lane, the spokesperson added.” The report adds that PANYNJ police will continue enforcement efforts as well. Silive also details the state’s plans to enforce payment of toll and penalty notices.