RITA is not the name of a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. It's a federal agency you probably never heard of before - we hadn't - and stands for Research and Innovative Technology Administration. Part of USDOT, RITA has just released a survey of electronic toll collection technologies and how widely they're deployed across the US.
The Federal Highway Administration have made a serious mess of their latest effort to compile toll revenue statistics. The numbers for tolls in table HF-1 9.4.2. 'Revenues used for highways, all levels of government' have a column Road and Crossing Tolls that has $861m of tolls collected in Alabama. (We'll go through the suspects states in alphabetical order.) See FHWA response at end in FOLLOWUP.