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Tollbooth cashier Henry Gregorio collects change from drivers at the New Rochelle Toll Plaza on I-95. Gregorio has worked in a tollbooth since 1980. Tollbooths are gradually being replaced by E-ZPass technology. Stephen Nessen/WNYC hide caption

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Music, Spies And Exact Change: The Strange History Of Electronic Tolls

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In 23 states and Washington, D.C., the nighttime driving restriction for unsupervised teens begins at midnight or later. Getty Images hide caption

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Most Nighttime Crashes With Teen Drivers Happen Before Midnight

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The Sheridan Expressway is little-used, and neighborhood groups hope to convert it to a boulevard. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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After Dividing For Decades, Highways Are On The Road To Inclusion

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