Word on the Street: iDriveThru offers E-ZPass for fast food

An E-ZPass program involving fast food could soon be pulling into the Bronx. The iDriveThru program independently uses E-ZPass as a payment method at fast

The idea is that iDriveThru could potentially bring in revenue for the MTA and Port Authority.

The idea is that iDriveThru could potentially bring in revenue for the MTA and Port Authority. (11/25/13)

THE BRONX - An E-ZPass program involving fast food could soon be pulling into the Bronx.

The iDriveThru program independently uses E-ZPass as a payment method at fast food drive-through windows, with registered debit or credit cards being billed after usage.

News 12 stopped by some drive-through restaurants to see if customers would give it a try. Most people said they're all for it because it could help them get their food and get going even faster.

Officials say the idea is that iDriveThru could potentially bring in revenue for the MTA and Port Authority, helping to eliminate some of its debt.
 

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