Can I Use EZPASS Transponders For New Gate Access Control?

We have a community that wants to use their EZPASS transponders on a new access system for their gates. I know that ezpass uses 915mhz frequency. Nit sure what long range readers will work, or how individual transponder data is extracted. Anyone with experience on this would be much appreciated.

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