Albany, N.Y. - If you don't have an E-Z Pass on your vehicle, you could be reaching deeper into your pocket to pay for tolls.
It's part of a proposed plan by the state Thruway Authority that would go into effect in 2021. If approved, drivers without an E-Z Pass would pay 30-percent more in tolls whether you live in New York State or not.
Drivers with an out-of-state E-Z Pass would see a 15-percent increase.
Public hearings will be held before a final decision on toll increases is made.