Drivers owe $43 million in unpaid tolls, fees to Massachusetts, officials say

The state’s all-electronic system of tolling implemented in 2016 has collected more than $850 million through the end of January, and drivers owe about $43 million in unpaid charges, transportation officials said Wednesday. The state expects to collect between 60 and 80 percent of the outstanding tolls through reciprocity agreements with other states and through flagging Massachusetts drivers, according to Department of Transportation Director of Tolling Stephen Collins…