New Hampshire AET Bill Is Up for House Committee Review Tomorrow looks at the impact of the New Hampshire bill that provides for conversion of three Spaulding Turnpike interchanges to all-electronic, open-road tolling. “According to New Hampshire Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner Chris Waszczuk, passage of the bill would give the DOT leeway to determine if automated electronic tolling (AET) will work for future projects, too.” Waszczuk adds that NHDOT will be expanding toll collection and enforcement agreements with Massachusetts and Maine “in order to maintain compliance” by motorists without E-ZPass accounts. The bill’s primary sponsor tells the website toll collector’s displaced by the conversion will be able to fill vacancies at interchanges where cash tolling will continue.