All Florida tolls reinstated after Hurricane Matthew

The entrance to the Florida Turnpike at Okeechobee Boulevard Tuesday, June 30, 2015. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)

The entrance to the Florida Turnpike at Okeechobee Boulevard Tuesday, June 30, 2015. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)

Floridians: It’s time to pay for your trip on Florida’s Turnpike again.

As Florida continues to clean up in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, Gov. Rick Scott’s office said Monday that all tolls throughout the state have been reinstated.

Scott suspended tolls for the storm beginning Wednesday, as evacuation orders were issued from Palm Beach County north along Florida’s east coast.

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The issue first was given Wednesday to suspend tolls on State Road 528, the Beachline, to assist with Brevard County’s mandatory evacuation. That highway saw delays Wednesday and Thursday as thousands of people left their homes and headed inland.

Later Wednesday, Scott expanded his order to included all toll roads in Florida. Tolls continued to be free until Sunday night.

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