(CBS Detroit) – Officials say the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel will remain cashless on the Detroit side after fully reopening Monday to vaccinated travelers going to Canada.
The Canadian site will continue to accept cash tolls through the end of the year, at which cash it will switch to a cash-free method.READ MORE: Michigan Announces $1.5 Million Tuition Giveaway, 100 Children To Receive $15,000
According to a press release posted on Twitter, travelers can sign up for a Nexpress account, load their account and receive toll discount on every trip.READ MORE: AAA Offers 'Tow To Go' Program During Memorial Day Weekend
“It will be great to see our customers again and we offer our thanks for the patience shown as we continue to navigate through this global pandemic together,” Neal Belitsky, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel president, said in the press release. “We are happy to announce that we are reopening border travel to the U.S. through the tunnel to vaccinated, nonessential travelers, and we will be working with our partners in the U.S. and Canadian governments to ensure a safe return to service.”MORE NEWS: Holiday Travel And Gas: What To Expect At The Pump
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