Toll Collectors

Little or no change in employment is expected for toll collectors¬†through 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Electronic toll collection (ETC) has adversely¬†affected the employment of toll collectors. The technology includes systems that identify and classify vehicles as well as capture video images of license plates that do not have a valid tag. Computerized toll-collecting benefits truck drivers and commuters who frequent the toll roads, but states that have implemented ETC have put a freeze on hiring additional toll collectors or replacing toll collectors who retire or move into other jobs. Still, a small number of toll collectors will be needed to collect tolls from drivers who do not participate in ETC. Toll collectors may be retrained to monitor and maintain this emerging technology.  


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