The Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) said last week it would become the first toll facility in the continental U.S. to upgrade its radio frequency identification (RFID) toll collection system by using a paper-thin, lower-cost, battery-less windshield sticker tag developed by Harrisburg, Pa.-based TransCore. The contract calls for TransCore to provide 100,000 eGo tags, 18 multi-protocol readers and installation services. Products will ship in the first quarter 2005 and the system should be operating by mid-summer 2005, TransCore said.