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Few days left to register to keep lower Port Mann toll rate

SURREY (NEWS1130) – TReO Customer Service Centres don’t want to see a repeat what happened in December, when too many people tried to get in on a special promotion at once.

Drivers have until Thursday to register to lock in that introductory toll rate on the new Port Mann Bridge.

If you decide to forgo the decal, it will start costing you $3 to cross the stretch, starting this Friday. The current promotional rate is $1.50 per crossing.

TReO is extending its hours to handle an expected influx of calls; more staff will be added, too.

In December, the company dealt with several frustrated drivers who couldn’t get through in order to get in on its 20 free trips promotion. That’s partially because many waited until the very last minute to do so, with no such luck.

More than 700,000 cars have already registered for a TReO account and are receiving the lowest toll rate. They’ll continue to get that rate until December.

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Mary Hill Been Passed

What the heck was with all the noise coming from the Mary Hill/United Blvd constructionarea last night????
They STARTED with,what sounded like WWIII type noise at around 10pm until the wee hours of the morning.

I mean really???
Starting to make this noise that late at night when there was minimal to no noise all day???
While I can appreciate wanted to get the job done,they should schedule noise like this for daytime hours,or at least follow some sort of courtesy and STOP at 11pm like everybody else is required to.

I saw neighbors outside on the street looking towards the Port Mann,wondering what the heck was going on.
i hope this is not going to be a regular occurance for the rest of the year(s) as they finish off the highway,then tear down the old bridge.

To charge a toll during all of this is an absolute INSULT!

February 26, 2013 at 11:19 am
Fancy Bridge we Can Not Afford

Forcing People to Pay For What they didn’t Vote for should be Against the Law

February 26, 2013 at 9:33 am