HARRISBURG (AP) – About 500 fare collectors and other toll workers on the PA Turnpike are about to lose their jobs. The Turnpike Commission voted Tuesday to make the entire interstate network a cashless system. All tolls will be assessed electronically via E-ZPass or the PA Turnpike toll by plate program as vehicles travel at posted speed limits through tolling points. The cuts are the latest development in the agency’s multi-year transition from a system that’s largely relied on workers stationed in toll booths to collect cash to one that employs E-ZPass as well as automated license readers. The job losses will begin June 18, and the commission said some health benefits will remain in place for two years.