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  • Change and a smile from one of the last toll collectors in the Florida Keys

    The Florida Keys has one of the last manned toll booths in the state. The toll collectors describe the work of greeting vacationers and the "old Florida" spirit of a slower life, where you simply enjoy the water. Video by Charlie Trainor Jr. / Miami Herald Staff

The Florida Keys has one of the last manned toll booths in the state. The toll collectors describe the work of greeting vacationers and the "old Florida" spirit of a slower life, where you simply enjoy the water. Video by Charlie Trainor Jr. / Miami Herald Staff Charlie Trainor Jr. Miami Herald staff
The Florida Keys has one of the last manned toll booths in the state. The toll collectors describe the work of greeting vacationers and the "old Florida" spirit of a slower life, where you simply enjoy the water. Video by Charlie Trainor Jr. / Miami Herald Staff Charlie Trainor Jr. Miami Herald staff

Goodbye, Card Sound Road toll booths. Automation is on the way

May 21, 2017 9:18 AM

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