If you travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike, you can expect to pay a little bit more now at the tolls.
The increase, which was approved last July, went into effect at midnight.
Anyone using E-ZPass will pay an extra ten cents, and those using cash will pay an extra 20 cents.
The increase in tolls is necessary to maintain and improve the 552-mile turnpike and support the commonwealth's public-transportation systems.
A driver we met Sunday doesn't seem to mind paying more.
"I'm not too concerned about it because they do keep the turnpike in good shape if I'm going to choose a road to travel back and forth on the turnpike would be the right choice," said Cindy Degnan of Wilkes-Barre.
The 6 percent increase applies to all PA Turnpike sections and extensions here in the commonwealth.