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February 9, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dismissing reservations that they may be straying from their stated mission, directors of Orange County's public toll roads Thursday approved a deal with a Canadian firm that hopes to market FasTrak transponders as "electronic wallets." Hoping to counter sometimes lagging toll revenue, directors of the Transportation Corridor Agencies agreed to an unusual business deal that will let motorists use transponders to pay for a variety of products and services, from medicine to dry cleaning.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dismissing reservations that they may be straying from their stated mission, directors of Orange County's public toll roads Thursday approved a deal with a Canadian firm that hopes to market FasTrak transponders as "electronic wallets." Hoping to counter sometimes lagging toll revenue, directors of the Transportation Corridor Agencies agreed to an unusual business deal that will let motorists use transponders to pay for a variety of products and services, from medicine to dry cleaning.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 2000 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hoping to cash in on an increasingly cashless society, county toll road authorities are discussing ways of transforming their windshield toll transponders into rolling debit cards, good for the purchase of grub, gas, prescription drugs and more. Under the plan, the radio-signal gadgets that now smooth drivers' entry to the county's tollways could eventually be used at restaurants, gas stations, drugstores, dry cleaners and other drive-through businesses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 2001 | MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After moving briskly into the swipe-and-go business, county transportation officials are having second thoughts about using the ubiquitous FasTrak toll-road transponder for buying everything from groceries to burgers. The windshield-mounted transponders that allow motorists to tool along county tollways without stopping at toll booths have been used at four McDonald's restaurants for several months, earning the Transportation Corridor Agencies more than $15,000 in transaction fees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 2001 | SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Grabbing a quick lunch at a drive-through window has become even quicker for some drivers in Orange County. Under an experimental program that began last year, motorists who use FasTrak transponders to pay fares on the county's toll roads have also been able to charge meals at four McDonald's restaurants.
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