The New Jersey Turnpike Authority board this month is expected to vote to eliminate employee bonuses and payouts, toll-free work commutes, and other practices that have cost the agency $43 million in nearly four years.

The board’s actions are in response to an audit released Tuesday that showed the agency spent $43 million from 2007 through Sept. 14 on bonuses and payouts, E-ZPass fees for its workers, and faulty legal bills.

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