PLANO (April 19, 2016) — Texas Rangers fans can now catch the new Rangers TollTag available, just in time for baseball season. The North Texas Tollway Authority now offers a striking red, white and blue Texas Rangers logo that fans can proudly display everywhere they go.
The Rangers TollTag, the newest teammate in the rapidly expanding NTTA specialty TollTag lineup, is now available for $19.99.
Not a baseball fan? Drivers can upgrade to a specialty TollTag emblazoned with the logo of their favorite team or university now. Specialty TollTags are available to new and existing TollTag customers at either the standard $40 rate or infrequent user $20 Starter TollTag account.
To get a new specialty TollTag, visit a NTTA TollTag store or call NTTA customer service at 972-818-6882 or 817-731-6882.
And don’t forget, drivers can also choose a Stars or Mavericks specialty TollTag to support their favorite team during the playoffs.
About the NTTA
The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA), a political subdivision of the state of Texas, is authorized to acquire, construct, maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects in the north Texas region. The nine-member board is comprised of Chairman Kenneth Barr; Vice Chairman Bill Moore; and Directors William D. Elliott, Matrice Ellis-Kirk, Mojy Haddad, Gary Kloepper, Michael Nowels, George "Tex" Quesada and Jane Willard.
The NTTA serves Collin, Dallas, Denton, Tarrant and Johnson counties and is responsible for the NTTA System, consisting of the Sam Rayburn Tollway, President George Bush Turnpike, Dallas North Tollway, Addison Airport Toll Tunnel, Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge, Mountain Creek Lake Bridge and the Chisholm Trail Parkway. The NTTA is able to raise capital for construction projects through the issuance of turnpike revenue bonds. NTTA toll projects are not a part of the state highway system and receive no direct tax funding. Tolls are collected to repay debt and to operate and maintain the roadways. Updates are available on Facebook at Facebook.com/NorthTexasTollwayAuthority and Twitter at Twitter.com/tolltagtidbits. For more information, visit NTTA.org or progressntta.org.