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Motorists will have to pay more to drive on Pennsylvania Turnpike in 2020

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For the 12th consecutive year, the cost of driving on Pennsylvania Turnpike is going to be more expensive. (Photo: Courtesy of Pennsylvania Turnpike)

For the 12th consecutive year, the cost of driving on the Pennsylvania Turnpike is going to be more expensive.

The new 6% increase, announced this summer, will kick in Sunday, Jan. 5.

The most-common toll for a passenger vehicle in 2020 will increase from $1.40 to $1.50 for E-Z Pass customers and from $2.30 to $2.50 for cash customers, according to the turnpike's website.

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Under the new fares, the cost of driving across the state of Pennsylvania will jump $3.10, from $50.40 to $53.50, for those paying cash.

Those using an E-Z Pass will face a $2.20 increase from $36.20 to $38.40. 

A trip calculator is available at www.paturnpike.com.