NewsandTribune - January 2, 2017 - Unexpected, last-minute demand has resulted in a shortage of RiverLink transponders, the all-electronic tolling system for the Ohio River Bridges Project that went into effect Friday.
RiverLink spokeswoman Mindy Peterson said around 70,000 transponders were ordered between July and November. Another 100,000 were ordered in December, a number far greater than officials expected.
"Well we knew that demand was going to be high, but we never anticipated what we saw happened in December, quite honestly," Peterson. Read more >>