List of toll roads in the United States

This is a list of toll roads in the United States (and its territories). Included are current and future high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, express toll (ETL) lanes, and hybrid systems. HOV, as used in this article, is high occupancy vehicle.

This list does not include items on the list of toll bridges, list of toll tunnels, list of ferry operators, nor pre-freeway turnpikes.

As of January 2014, the states of Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming have never had any toll roads[not verified in body], while Connecticut, Kentucky, and Oregon have had toll roads in the past, but have since removed the tolls on those roads. Georgia removed its only toll road, State Route 400, on November 22, 2013. It now only has managed express lanes.[not verified in body]

AlabamaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
Joe Mallisham Parkway 4.9 7.9 I-20/I-59 – Tuscaloosa US 82 – Northport $1.50 bridge only Cash or Freedom Pass
Emerald Mountain Expressway 1.2 1.9 Wares Ferry Road – Montgomery Rifle Range Road – Montgomery $1.75 bridge only Cash or Freedom Pass
Foley Beach Express 14.0 22.5 SR 180 – Orange Beach SR 59 – Foley $3.00 bridge only Cash or Freedom Pass; extension to I-10 planned
Montgomery Expressway 6.9 11.1 SR 152 – Montgomery SR 143 – Prattville $1.50 Alabama River Toll Bridge only Cash or Freedom Pass

CaliforniaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  SR 73 (San Joaquin Hills Toll Road) 12.0 19.3 I-5 – Laguna Niguel Bison Avenue – Irvine/Newport Beach $7.76 All-electronic toll; allows both FasTrak and ExpressAccount (toll-by-plate)
  SR 125 (South Bay Expressway) 10.0 16.1 SR 905 – Otay Mesa SR 54 – Spring Valley $3.75 Cash or FasTrak
    SR 133 / SR 241 / SR 261 (Eastern Toll Road) 24.0 38.6 I-5 – Irvine SR 91 – Anaheim $3.50 (east branch)
$3.25 (west branch)
All-electronic toll; allows both FasTrak and ExpressAccount (toll-by-plate)
  SR 241 (Foothill Toll Road) 12.0 19.3 Oso Parkway – Rancho Santa Margarita SR 133 (Eastern Toll Road) $2.00 All-electronic toll; allows both FasTrak and ExpressAccount (toll-by-plate)
17 Mile Drive 17.0 27.4 Pebble Beach Pacific Grove $9.25 Cash,[clarification needed] motorcycles prohibited

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-10 (El Monte Busway) 14.0 22.5 Alameda Street – Los Angeles I-605 – Baldwin Park $0.25~$1.40 /mi All-electronic toll; must have FasTrak
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free[1]
  I-15 (Express Lanes) 20.0 32.2 SR 163 – San Diego SR 78 – Escondido $0.50~$8.00 All-electronic toll; must have FasTrak
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free[2]
  I-110 (Harbor Transitway) 11.0 17.7 182nd Street – Los Angeles Adams Boulevard – Los Angeles $0.25~$1.40 /mi All-electronic toll; must have FasTrak
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free[3]
  I-680 (Express Lanes) 13.8 22.2 SR 237 – Milpitas SR 84 – Sunol $0.30~$6.00 All-electronic toll, southbound only; must have FasTrak
HOV-2+, motorcycles and eligible hybrids toll-free[4][5]
   I-880 / SR 237 (Express Lanes) 4.0 6.4 North First Street – San Jose Dixon Landing Road – Milpitas $0.30~$6.00 All-electronic toll; must have FasTrak
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free[6]
  SR 91 (Express Lanes) 18.0 29.0 SR 55 – Anaheim McKinley Street / I-15  – Corona $3.65~$29.10 All-electronic toll; must have FasTrak
HOV-3+ and motorcycles receive 50% discount[7][8]

ColoradoEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  E-470 47.0 75.6 I-25 / SH 470 in Lone Tree I-25 (Northwest Parkway) in Thornton $14.50[9] All-electronic toll road; allows ExpressToll and license plate toll
Northwest Parkway 8.0 12.9 96th Street – Broomfield I-25 / E-470 in Broomfield $3.80[10] All-electronic toll road; allows Go-Pass, ExpressToll or license plate toll
Managed lanes
Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-25 (Express Lanes) 7.0 11.3 19th Avenue in Downtown Denver US 36 in Thornton $0.85~$5.10[11] All-electronic toll; allows ExpressToll or license plate toll
Reversible lanes; HOV-3+ toll-free with a switchable ExpressToll transponder which they can slide to the HOV indicator Motorcycles toll-free[12]
I-25 (North Express Lanes) 4.7 7.6 US 36 in Thornton 120th Ave in Northglenn $1.00~$3.00[13] All-electronic toll; allows ExpressToll or license plate toll

HOV-3+ must have an ExpressToll transponder which they can slide to the HOV indicator to ride free

  I-70 (Mountain Express Lane) 13.0 20.9 U.S. 40 in Empire I-70 Bus. in Idaho Springs $3.00~$30.00 Eastbound only; widened shoulder serves as a third lane during peak travel periods. Only the shoulder is tolled.
All-Electronic Toll; allows ExpressToll or license plate toll
All users pay full toll, including HOV's and motorcycles[14][15]
  US 36 (Express Lanes) 16.0 25.7 Table Mesa Drive in Boulder U.S. 287 in Westminster $2.45~$5.15[11] All-electronic toll; allows ExpressToll or license plate toll
HOV-3+ must have an ExpressToll transponder which they can slide to the HOV indicator to ride free, and RTD buses aren't tolled[16]

DelawareEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  Delaware Turnpike 11.75 18.91 I-95 (JFK Memorial Highway) – Maryland state line I-95 / I-295 / US 202 / DE 141 – Newport $4 Cash or E-ZPass. Toll only collected between Maryland State Line and Exit 1, all other movements are free.
 
  DE 1 Toll (Korean War Veterans Highway)
51.0 82.1 DE 1 / DE 9 – Dover DE 7 / DE 58 – Churchmans Crossing $1 (weekdays) $3 (weekends) Cash or E-ZPass, Toll Road only between Exits 95 and 119, and 136 to 148, Central section between Exits 119 and 136 is free.
   
  US 301
11.9 19.2 US 301 – Middletown DE 1 – Biddles Corner $4 (E-ZPass) $5.60 (Video Tolling) Video Tolling or E-ZPass. Mainline toll gantry near Maryland border and ramp tolls on southbound exits and northbound entrances at interchanges.

FloridaEdit

EZ-Pass is accepted on all CFX owned roadways.[17]

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-75 (Alligator Alley) 83.91 135.04 I-75 / CR 951 I-75 / I-595 / SR 869 (Sawgrass Expressway) $3.25
  Florida's Turnpike 264.67 425.95 I-95 / US 441 / SR 826 at the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami Gardens I-75 near Wildwood $0.80- $26.45 Cashless Toll system from southern terminus to I-595 in Davie
  SR 112 4.132 6.650 Miami International Airport, Miami I-95 – Miami $1.32 Becomes I-195 just west of I-95, Open road tolling; cash collection ended on November 14, 2014
  SR 293 11.0 17.7 Mid-Bay Bridge in Niceville, Florida SR 85 in Niceville, Florida Open road tolling. SunPass or Cash tolls accepted on Mid Bay Bridge only.
  SR 408 22.107 35.578 Turnpike / SR 91 near Ocoee SR 50 near Bithlo $2.25
  SR 414 6.53 10.51 US 441 near Lockhart US 17 / US 92
  SR 417 54.061 87.003 I-4 near Celebration I-4 – Sanford
  SR 429 31.853 51.262 I-4 near Walt Disney World SR 46 near Mt. Plymouth $0.75- $11.53 Open road tolling on from SR 451 to SR 46
  SR 453 3.360 5.407 Florida State Road 429 (Wekiva Parkway) Florida State Road 46
  SR 528 53.5 86.1 I-4 near Lake Buena Vista I-95 near Cocoa $5.50
  SR 538 8.6 13.8 US 17 / US 92 in Loughman CR 580 (Cypress Parkway) in Poinciana Open road tolling
  SR 568 15.172 24.417 SR 589 – Cheval SR 597 – Cheval Open road tolling; cash collection ended in June 2014; formerly part of SR 589
  SR 570 24.380 39.236 I-4 near Plant City I-4 near Polk City
  SR 589 41.512 66.807 I-275 / SR 60 US 98 near Chassahowitzka Open road tolling; cash collection ended in January 2020
  SR 618 14.132 22.743 US 92 – Tampa I-75 – Brandon Open road tolling; cash collection ended on September 17, 2010
  Florida's Turnpike Extension 47.856 77.017 US 1 – Florida City Turnpike / SR 91 Open road tolling; cash collection ended February 17, 2011; also considered part of SR 821
  SR 836 14.204 22.859 NW 137th Avenue, Tamiami I-95 – Miami $1.12- $4.52 Open road tolling; cash collection ended on November 14, 2014
  SR 869 21.835 35.140 I-75 / I-595 Turnpike / SR 91 $2.68 Open road tolling; cash collection ended on April 17, 2014
  SR 874 7.034 11.320 Turnpike Extension / SR 821 SR 826 – Glenvar Heights $0.46- $1.86 Open road tolling; cash collection ended on July 17, 2010
  SR 878 2.658 4.278 SR 874 – Kendall US 1 – South Miami $0.92 Open road tolling; does not collect cash
  SR 924 5.378 8.655 I-75 / SR 826 SR 953 – Opa-Locka $1.88 Open road tolling; cash collection ended on June 7, 2010
  CR 522 4.5 7.2 Lake Buena Vista area Northern Kissimmee Operated by Osceola County
  CR 0344 5.2 8.4 CR 0361 – Tallahassee CR 155 – Tallahassee Privately built. Open road tolling; road does not collect cash
Goldenrod Road Extension 1.2 1.9 Cargo Road, Orlando International Airport, Orlando SR 551 – Orlando To revert to City of Orlando when the costs are paid off
I-4/Selmon Expressway Connector 1.0 1.6 SR 618 – Tampa I-4 – Tampa Open road tolling; road does not collect cash

Managed lanesEdit

In Florida, all vehicles in managed lanes are required to have a SunPass, Peach Pass, or NC Quick Pass to use the lanes. The Lee Roy Selmon Express lanes permits Toll by plate travel as well as the use of transponders.

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-95 9.6 15.4 I-395 / SR 836 – Miami SR 860 – North Miami Beach Motorcycles and registered carpools toll-free
  I-75 15 24 Palmetto Expressway I-595 / SR 869 – Sunrise Connects to Palmetto Expressway express lanes
  I-595 9.5 15.3 I-75 / SR 869 – Sunrise I-95 – Fort Lauderdale Reversible lanes
  SR 618A 10.8 17.4 Channelside Drive – Tampa SR 60 – Brandon Reversible lanes
  SR 826 9 14 West Flagler Street, Miami NW 154th Street and I-75 - Miami 2 lanes per direction

GeorgiaEdit

Managed lanesEdit

In Georgia, all vehicles in managed lanes are required to have a Peach Pass, NC Quick Pass or SunPass to use the lanes; buses and vanpools are toll-free.[18]

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Transponder tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-85 (Express Lanes) 16.0 25.7 Chamblee Tucker Road – Atlanta Hamilton Mill Road – Buford $0.01~$0.90 /mi HOV 3+(Peach Pass Required) Motorcycles and Clean Air Vehicles toll-free.(HOV can not be declared with partner agencies.)[19][20]
  I-75 (South Metro Express Lanes) 12.0 19.3   I-675 – Stockbridge   SR 155 – Blacksville $0.50 minimum to ~$0.90/mi Reversible Lanes
  I-75 (Northwest Corridor Express Lanes) 15.5 24.9[21]   I-285 – Cumberland Hickory Grove Road – Kennesaw $0.10 minimum/mi Reversible Lanes
  I-575 (Northwest Corridor Express Lanes) 11.1 17.9[21]   I-75 – Cumberland Sixes Road – Holly Springs $0.10 minimum/mi Reversible Lanes

IllinoisEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   
    I-39 / I-90 / US 51 (Jane Addams Memorial Tollway)
76.0 122.3 Rockton Road (CR 9) – Roscoe I-190Chicago Cash or I-Pass (E-ZPass) Most tolls are $3.60 with cash or $1.80 with I-Pass
     
    I-80 / I-94 / I-294 (Tri-State Tollway)
78.0 125.5 I-80 / I-94 / IL 394South Holland I-41 / I-94 / US 41Wadsworth Cash or I-Pass (E-ZPass) Most tolls are $3.60 with cash or $1.80 with I-Pass
   
    I-88 / IL 56 / IL 110 (CKC) (Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway)
96.0 154.5 US 30Rock Falls I-290Hillside Cash or I-Pass (E-ZPass) Most tolls are $3.60 with cash or $1.80 with I-Pass
  
   I-90 / Chicago Skyway
7.5 12.1 I-94Chicago I-90 – Indiana state line Cash or I-Pass (E-ZPass) Most tolls are $3.60 with cash or $1.80 with I-Pass
   
  I-355 (Veterans Memorial Tollway)
30.0 48.3 I-80New Lenox Army Trail Road (CR 11) – Itasca Cash or I-Pass (E-ZPass) Most tolls are $3.60 with cash or $1.80 with I-Pass
   
  IL 390 (Elgin-O'Hare Tollway)
9.8 15.8 US 20Hanover Park IL 83Bensenville All electronic toll (I-Pass (E-ZPass) or pay online)

IndianaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  Indiana Toll Road 156.3 251.5 I-90 / Chicago Skyway – IL state line I-80 / I-90 / Ohio Turnpike – OH state line $10.00 Cash, E-ZPass, or I-Pass

KansasEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  Kansas Turnpike 236.0 379.8 I-35 – OK state line I-70 / US 24 / US 40 / US 69 – Kansas City $15.00[22] Cash, K-Tag, Pikepass, Texas Toll Transponders (EZTag, TXTag, TollTag)[23], or credit card. Lower tolls for K-Tag or inter-operable transponder users; Rates increased on October 1, 2018[24]

LouisianaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  LA 1 Expressway 9.0 14.5 Northern end of elevated Gateway to the Gulf Expressway $3.75 GeauxPass, Cash or Credit Card

MaineEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-95 (Maine Turnpike) 107.0 172.2 US 1 – Kittery US 202 / SR 11 / SR 17 / SR 100 – Augusta $7.00 Cash price shown. Discount available for E-ZPass users

MarylandEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-95 (John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway)[25] 45.6 73.4   I-695 – Baltimore    I-95 / Delaware Turnpike – DE state line $8.00 Toll northbound only; $6.00 for E-ZPass Maryland customers.[26]
   
  MD 200 Toll (Intercounty Connector (ICC))[27]
17.5 28.2 I-370 – Gaithersburg US 1 – Laurel $0.40–$3.86 (E-ZPass)[28] Electronic toll only, cash not accepted. Accepts E-ZPass or Video Tolling.[27]

Traveling from I-370 to US 1, drivers with E-ZPass pay $3.86 during peak hours, $2.98 off-peak and $1.23 overnight.[29] Video Tolling charges are between $1.40 and $5.78 depending on the distance traveled and the time of day.[28]

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
 
  I-95 (Express Lanes)
8.0 12.9 I-895 – Baltimore MD 43 – White Marsh $0.70–$2.75 All-Electronic Toll, allows E-ZPass or Video Tolling[30][31]

MassachusettsEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I‑90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) 138.1 222.3 I-90 / Berkshire Connector – NY state line Route 1A – Boston $7.10~$10.60 All-Electronic Toll; allows E-ZPass or License Plate Toll[32][33][34]

MinnesotaEdit

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-35E (HOT Lanes) 3.8 6.1   I-94 – St. Paul   I-694 – Little Canada Free~$8.00 All-Electronic Toll; must have MnPass, HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free
  I-35W (HOT Lanes) 17.4 28.0   I-35 – Burnsville   I-94 – Minneapolis Free~$8.00 All-Electronic Toll; must have MnPass, HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free
Uses northbound shoulder lane between 42nd Street and I-94[35]
   I-394 / US 12 (HOT Lanes) 9.8 15.8   CSAH 112 – Minnetonka   I-94 – Minneapolis Free~$8.00 All-Electronic Toll; must have MnPass, HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free
Reversible lanes east of MN 100[36][37]

New HampshireEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   Blue Star Turnpike / I-95 14 23 I‑95 MA State Line US 4 / US 1 Byp. / NH 16 – Portsmouth $2.00 EZ-Pass customers get a discount at ramp and mainline booths.
  Everett Turnpike 39 63 US 3 MA State Line I-93 / NH 9 $2.00 EZ-Pass customers get a discount at ramp and mainline booths.
   Spaulding Turnpike / NH 16 33 53 I-95 / Blue Star Turnpike / US 1 Byp. – Portsmouth NH 16 – Milton $1.50 E-ZPass customers get a discount at all mainline plazas.

New JerseyEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  A.C. Expressway 44.2 71.1 Route 42 – Washington Township Baltic Avenue – Atlantic City $3.75 Cash or E-ZPass
  G.S. Parkway (Garden State Parkway) 172.4 277.5 Route 109 – Lower Township Garden State Parkway Connector – NY state line $8.25 Cash or E-ZPass
  N.J. Turnpike 117.2 188.6 I-295 / US 40 – Pennsville Township I-95 / US 46 – Ridgefield Park $13.85 Cash or E-ZPass
   I-95 / Pearl Harbor Extension 5.33 8.58 I-95 / Penna Turnpike – PA state line I-95 / N.J. Turnpike – Mansfield Township Cash or E-ZPass
   I-78 / Newark Bay Extension 7.56 12.17 I-95 / N.J. Turnpike – Newark I-78 / Route 139 – Jersey City $2.45 Cash or E-ZPass

New YorkEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-95 (New England Thruway) 13.81 22.23 Pelham Parkway – New York I-95 – CT state line $1.75 Tolls by Mail or E-ZPass
  Berkshire Connector 24.3 39.1 I-87 / New York Thruway – Coeymans I‑90 – MA state line $0.85 Cash or E-ZPass
  New York Thruway 496.0 798.2 I-87 – Yonkers I-90 – PA state line $22.75~$27.75 Cash or E-ZPass north of Harriman; Tolls by Mail or E-ZPass south of Harriman

North CarolinaEdit

In North Carolina, all vehicles on toll roads or managed lanes are required to have an E-ZPass, NC Quick Pass, Peach Pass, or SunPass. A Bill by mail option is available to those without a transponder.

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   NC 147 / NC 540 (Triangle Expressway) 17.5 28.2 NC 55 Byp. – Apex I-40 – Durham $3.37 - Transponder Rate ($5.17 Bill By Mail.)
 
  US 74 Byp. (Monroe Expressway)
18.7 30.1 US 74 – Stallings US 74 – Wingate $2.54- Transponder Rate ($3.92 Bill By Mail.)

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Transponder tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-77 (Express Lanes) 26.0 41.8 I-277 / NC 16 – Charlotte NC 150 – Mooresville $0.30~$11.00 HOV 3+ and motorcycles toll-free with a NC Quick Pass Transponder Declared as HOV 3+ on mobile app or (TDM Switchable) E-Z Pass Flex Transponder Set to HOV mode[38]

OhioEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  Ohio Turnpike 241.3 388.3 I-80 / I-90 / Indiana Toll Road – IN state line I-76 / Penna Turnpike – PA state line $18.75 Cash or E-ZPass

OklahomaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   I-44 / H.E. Bailey Turnpike 86.4 139.0 US 70 – Randlett US 62 / US 277 – Newcastle $4.75 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   I-44 / Turner Turnpike 88.0 141.6 I-35 / I-44 / Kilpatrick Turnpike – Oklahoma City SH-66 – Tulsa $6.45 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   I-44 / Will Rogers Turnpike 88.5 142.4 I-44 / US 412 / Creek Turnpike – Fair Oaks I-44 – MO state line $4.75 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   US 412 / Cherokee Turnpike 32.8 52.8 US 412 Alt. – Locust Grove US 59 / US 412 Alt. – West Siloam Springs $3.00 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   US 412 / Cimarron Turnpike 67.0 107.8 I-35 / US 64 – Perry US 64 / SH-48 – Westport $3.00 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
  Chickasaw Turnpike 13.3 21.4 US 177 – Sulphur SH-1 – Roff $0.65 Cash, Pikepass, K-Tag or TollTag; Super two
  Indian Nation Turnpike 105.2 169.3 US 70 / US 271 – Hugo I-40 – Henryetta $5.30 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
  Kilpatrick Turnpike 25.3 40.7 S.W. 15th Street – Oklahoma City I-35 / I-44 / Turner Turnpike – Oklahoma City $2.30 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   SH-351 / Muskogee Turnpike 53.1 85.5 Creek Turnpike / SH-364 – Broken Arrow I-40 – Webbers Falls $3.50 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag
   SH-364 / Creek Turnpike 32.2 51.8 I-44 / Turner Turnpike – Sapulpa I-44 / US 412 / Will Rogers Turnpike – Fair Oaks $2.80 Cash, Pikepass, K-tag or TollTag

PennsylvaniaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   
  I-376 (Beaver Valley Expressway)
16.0 25.7 US 422 – Union Township PA 51 – Chippewa Township $3.40 (TOLL BY PLATE)
$2.18 (E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass
  PA Turnpike 43 (Mon–Fayette Expressway) 52.0 83.7 WV 43 – WV state line PA 51 – Jefferson Hills $7.70 (cash)
$5.10 (E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass
Partially completed; rest of highway pending due to funding limitations[39]
  PA Turnpike 66 (Amos K. Hutchinson Bypass) 14.0 22.5 I-70 / I-76 / Penna Turnpike / US 119 – New Stanton US 22 – Delmont $2.15 (cash)
$1.46 (E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass
PA 66 continues north of Delmont as a non-tolled highway
  PA Turnpike 576 (Southern Beltway) 4.2 6.8 I-376 – Findlay Township, PIT US 22 – Robinson Township $1.50 (cash)
$1.00(E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass
Partially completed through Rt22; rest of highway was pending due to funding limitations but has resumed in 2016. Completion expected in 2021; total length of road to be 13 miles from the Airport to I-79 in Cecil Township near Canonsburg/Southpointe. https://kdkaradio.radio.com/articles/next-phase-southern-beltway-gets-green-light[39][40]
  Penna Turnpike 359.6 578.7 I-76 / Ohio Turnpike – OH state line I-95 / N.J. Turnpike – NJ state line $65.70 (cash)
$44.30 (E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass, Delaware River Bridge has an all-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass
Grandfathered from Interstate Highway standards.
    
   Penna Turnpike NE Extension / I-476
112.0 180.2 I-276 / Penna Turnpike – Plymouth Township I-81 / US 6 / US 11 – Clarks Summit $10.75 (cash)
$7.60 (E-ZPass)
All-electronic toll using TOLL BY PLATE or E-ZPass

Puerto RicoEdit

Road name Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  PR-5 (Río Hondo Expressway) 3.5 2.2 PR-2 – Bayamón PR-22 – Cataño $0.35 Cash or AutoExpreso
  PR-20 (Rafael Martínez Nadal Expressway) 9.5 5.9 PR-1 – Guaynabo PR-2 – Guaynabo $0.50 Cash or AutoExpreso
  PR-22 (José de Diego Highway) 84.0 52.2 PR-2 – Hatillo PR-26 – San Juan $5.50 Cash or AutoExpreso
  PR-52 (Luis A. Ferré Highway) 108.0 67.1 PR-2 – Ponce PR-1 / PR-18 – Río Piedras $6.70 Cash or AutoExpreso
  PR-53 (Dr. José Celso Barbosa Highway) 95.0 59.0 PR-52 – Salinas PR-3 – Fajardo $4.50 Cash or AutoExpreso
  PR-66 (Roberto Sánchez Vilella Highway) 20.0 12.4 PR-26 – Carolina PR-3 – Río Grande $4.00 Cash or AutoExpreso

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  PR-22 (Express Lanes) 12.0 7.5 PR-165 – Toa Baja PR-5 – Bayamón $0.50~$6.00 Cash or AutoExpreso; reversible lanes
Being converted into an all-electronic toll road[41]

Rhode IslandEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (trucks only[42]) Notes
  I-95 43.3 69.7 I-95 at the Connecticut state line near Hopkinton I‑95 at the Massachusetts state line near Pawtucket $2.50~$9.00[43] Commercial/Semi-trucks only; no toll for passenger vehicles and light trucks. All-electronic tolling; Toll by Plate or E-ZPass

South CarolinaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-185 (Southern Connector) 16.0 25.7 I-385 – Mauldin I-85 / US 29 – Greenville $6.00 Cash or PAL PASS
  US 278 (Cross Island Parkway) 6.8 10.9 US 278 Bus. east – Hilton Head Island US 278 Bus. west – Hilton Head Island $1.50 Cash or PAL PASS

TexasEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   I-169 / SH 550 Toll 0.5 0.80 I-69E / US 77 / US 83 / FM 511 – Olmito FM 511 – Brownsville Minimum $0.50 to maximum $2.50 (TxTAG); minimum $0.67 to maximum $3.35 (mail) All electronic tolling
  183A Toll Road 11.6 18.7 US 183 south / SH 45 Toll east / RM 620 – Austin US 183 – Cedar Park Maximum toll: $3.08 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $4.10 Mail All-electronic tolling
  Chisholm Trail Parkway 27.6 44.4 US 67 – Cleburne I-30 – Fort Worth Maximum toll: $5.19 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $7.79 Mail All-electronic tolling
  Dallas North Tollway 32 51 I-35E – Dallas US 380 – Frisco Maximum toll: $5.15 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $7.73 ZipCash (NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling
Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road 10.1 16.3 Sienna Parkway Alt. US 90 east (South Main Street) Maximum toll: $3.55 TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required
  Hardy Toll Road 21.6 34.8 I-610 I-45 Maximum toll: $3.00 TollTag, TxTag or EZ TAG required
Hardy Toll Road Connector to George Bush Intercontinental Airport 4 6.4 Hardy Toll Road John F. Kennedy Boulevard Maximum toll: $1.20 TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required
International Parkway 6.0 9.7 Spur 97 – Fort Worth SH 114 / SH 121 – Grapevine Depends on time spent in airport, toll for simple pass through (< 8 minutes) is $4.00. Between 8 and 30 minutes, toll is $2.00. TollTag must be properly installed and functioning, and backed by credit card, to be accepted; TxTag and EZ TAG not accepted.
  Loop 1 Toll 3.8 6.1 Loop 1 / FM 734 – Austin SH 45 Toll – Round Rock Maximum toll: $1.07 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $1.41 Mail All-electronic tolling; toll includes passage along SH 45 between Loop 1 and I-35
   Beltway 8 / Sam Houston Tollway 91 146 I-45 I-69 / US 59 Maximum toll: $9.95 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG The northeast section from I-69/US 59 to US 90, the Sam Houston Ship Channel Bridge and some ramps require TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG
  Loop 49 Toll 26.3 42.3 I-20 SH 110 Maximum toll: $3.96 TollTag, TxTAG, and EZ TAG or $5.26 Mail All-electronic tolling
  Pres. George Bush Turnpike 51.5 82.9 I-20 – Grand Prairie I-30 / US 67 – Rowlett Maximum toll: $8.83 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $13.26 ZipCash(NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling; two branches connected by SH 161, which is not tolled
  Sam Rayburn Tollway 26 42 SH 121 / SH 114 – Coppell US 75 / SH 5 / Spur 399 – McKinney Maximum toll: $4.04 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG, or $6.06 ZipCash(NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling
  SH 45 Toll 5 8.0 US 183 / US 290 – Austin US 290 / FM 734 – Manor Maximum toll: $2.24 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $3 Mail All-electronic tolling
  SH 45 Toll 11.5 18.5 US 183 / RM 620 – Cedar Park I-35 – Buda Maximum toll: $2.14 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $2.84 Mail All-electronic tolling.
  SH 45 Toll SW 3.6 5.8 Loop 1 – Austin FM 1626 – Manchaca TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or Pay by Mail All-electronic tolling
  71 Toll Lanes 4 6.4 Presidential Blvd Austin SH 130 – Austin TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or Pay by Mail All-electronic tolling
  SH 99 Toll (Grand Parkway) in Chambers County 6.6 10.6 Fisher Road I-10 Maximum toll: $1.20 All-electronic tolling
  SH 99 Toll (Grand Parkway) in Fort Bend County Less than one mile per overpass I-69 / US 59 FM 1093 / Westpark Tollway Maximum toll: $2.10 ($0.30 per overpass) TollTag, TxTag or EZ TAG required
  SH 99 Toll (Grand Parkway) in Harris and Montgomery Counties 52.8 85.0 I-10 / US 90 I-69 / US 59 Maximum toll: $10.44 All-electronic tolling
  SH 130 Toll 86 138 I-10 – Seguin I-35 – Georgetown Maximum toll: $14.47 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $19.23 mail All-electronic tolling
   SH 249 Toll / Tomball Tollway 15.9 25.6 Spring Cypress Road FM 1488 east of Magnolia $2.75 (TxTag/TollTag/EZ TAG) All-electronic tolling; TxTag, TollTag, or EZ TAG required between Spring Cypress Road and FM 1774 in Pinehurst
  SH 375 Toll (Border West Expressway) 6.4 10.3 I-10 / US 85 / US 180 – El Paso Oregon Street in downtown El Paso Currently free to use; toll rates to be determined. All-electronic tolling will be used once tolling begins.[44]
  Westpark Tollway 22.7 36.5 FM 1093 Westpark Drive Maximum toll: $5.56 TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-10 (Katy Tollway) 12.0 19.3 SH 6 – Houston I-610 – Houston $1.00~$7.00 All-electronic toll, must have EZ TAG or TxTag
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free during HOV hours[45][46]
  US 290 Barker Cypress Road – Cypress I-10 – Houston $1.00~$7.00
  MoPac 11 18 Parmer Lane – Austin Cesar Chavez Street - Austin Variable Toll Pricing All-electronic toll; EZ TAG, TollTag, TxTag, or Pay by Mail
  I-635 18.4 29.6 I-35E – Dallas Oates Drive – Dallas $0.10~$0.75 /mi All-electronic toll; EZ TAG, TollTag, TxTag, or Pay by Mail[47]

HOV-2+ and motorcycles receive discount during HOV hours; EZ TAG, TollTag, or TxTag required for HOV discounts[48]
  I-820 (North Tarrant Express) 11.7 18.8 I-35W – Fort Worth SH 121 / SH 183 – North Richland Hills $0.10~$0.75 /mi All-electronic toll; EZ TAG, TollTag, TxTag, or Pay by Mail[47]

HOV-2+ and motorcycles receive discount during HOV hours; EZ TAG, TollTag, or TxTag required for HOV discounts[48]

UtahEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
Adams Avenue Parkway 0.5 0.80 I-84 – South Weber 5900 South – Washington Terrace $1.00
Davis County Causeway 7.2 11.6 Antelope Island State Park SR-110 / SR-127 – Syracuse $2.00 Included in state park entrance fee[49]

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-15 (Express Lanes) 72.0 115.9 US-6 / SR-156 – Spanish Fork SR-126 – Layton $0.25~$2.00 (Can be "FREE" under certain conditions, e.g. road construction.) All-Electronic Toll, must have Express Pass

HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free[50]

VirginiaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
 
  SR 76 Toll (Powhite Parkway Extension)
9.6 15.4 SR 288 – Midlothian SR 150 – Bon Air $0.75 Cash or E-ZPass
 
  SR 76 Toll (Powhite Parkway)
3.4 5.5 SR 150 – Bon Air I-195 – Richmond $0.70 Cash or E-ZPass
   
  SR 168 Toll (Chesapeake Expressway)
16.0 25.7 SR 168 Bus. – Chesapeake I-64 / I-464 / US 17 – Chesapeake $3.00~$8.00 Cash or E-ZPass
   
  SR 195 Toll (Downtown Expressway)
3.4 5.5 I-195 / SR 146 – Richmond I-95 – Richmond $0.70 Cash or E-ZPass
   
  SR 267 Toll (Dulles Greenway)
14.0 22.5 US 15 / SR 7 – Leesburg SR 28 – Dulles Airport $5.20~$6.10 Cash or E-ZPass
   
  SR 267 Toll (Dulles Toll Road)
14.0 22.5 SR 28 – Dulles Airport SR 123 – Tysons Corner $3.50 Cash or E-ZPass
   
  SR 895 Toll (Pocahontas Parkway)
8.5 13.7 I-95 / SR 150 – Bensley I-295 – Varina $2.75~$3.25 Cash or E-ZPass

Managed lanesEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-64 (Express Lanes) 8.4 13.5 I-564 – Norfolk I-264 – Norfolk Variable, no maximum[51] All-electronic toll, must have E-ZPass; reversible lanes, HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free; tolls applied 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. westbound and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. eastbound Monday through Friday
  I-66 (Express Lanes) 2.0–5.0 3.2–8.0 I-66 – Arlington I-66 – Georgetown Variable; no maximum[52] All-electronic toll, must have E-ZPass; HOV-2+ (HOV-3 in 2022) and motorcycles toll-free; tolls applied 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. westbound and 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. eastbound Monday through Friday
   I-95 / I-395 (Express Lanes) 31.0 49.9 SR 630 – Stafford SR 236 – Alexandria $0.20–0.80/mi All-electronic toll, must have E-ZPass; reversible lanes, HOV-3+ and motorcycles toll-free; future extension north to The Pentagon and south to Fredericksburg, VA
  I-495 (Express Lanes) 12.0 19.3 SR 267 – McLean I-95 / I-395 – Springfield $0.20–1.25/mi All-electronic toll, must have E-ZPass; HOV-3+ and motorcycles toll-free; future extension north to the Maryland–Virginia state border

WashingtonEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
  I-405 (Express Toll Lanes) 17 27 NE 6th Street – Bellevue I-5 / SR 525 – Lynnwood $0.75~$10.00 All-Electronic Toll, must have Good to Go
HOV-3+/HOV-2+ (peak/offpeak) and motorcycles toll-free with Good to Go Flex Pass[53] Additional $2 pay-by-mail fee for vehicles without Good To Go
  SR 167 (HOT Lanes) 4.8 7.7 15th Street Southwest – Auburn South 277th Street – Auburn $0.50~$9.00 All-Electronic Toll, must have Good to Go
HOV-2+ and motorcycles toll-free. Additional $2 pay-by-mail fee for vehicles without Good To Go.[54]

West VirginiaEdit

Road name Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
   I-64 / I-77 (West Virginia Turnpike) 95.5 153.7 I-77 / US 460 – Princeton I-64 / I-77 / US 60 – Charleston $12.00 (3 toll plazas, $4.00 each) Cash or E-ZPass

FormerEdit

ColoradoEdit

  • US 36 (Denver–Boulder Turnpike)—tolls removed in 1967.

ConnecticutEdit

GeorgiaEdit

KentuckyEdit

MarylandEdit

New YorkEdit

OregonEdit

  • Barlow Road—tolls in effect from 1864 to 1919; no longer a viable route due to the eastern portion being overgrown; most western portions are paved over by modern roads.
  • Santiam Wagon Road—tolls in effect from 1861 to 1915. Closely parallels the route of U.S. Route 20 through the Cascades.

TexasEdit

VirginiaEdit

ProposalsEdit

CaliforniaEdit

In the San Francisco Bay Area, the transportation authorities are planning a whole network of HOT lanes.[59]

Riverside County is recognized by the California Transportation Commission (CATC) as having a traffic congestion problem second only to Los Angeles.[63]

  • SR 91 under construction. Two HOT lanes and a mixed-flow lane from the Orange County line to the intersection with I-15.[63]
  • I-15 recommended. Two HOT lanes and a mixed-flow lane from the San Bernardino County line to the intersection with SR 74. Further, an HOV lane and an eventual HOT lane extension to the San Diego County line.[63]

Los Angeles County has a plan in place that has been approved by the California legislature.[64] They have received a grant for $213.6 million from the USDOT(US Department of Transportation). This plan will be implemented in two phases, although it is currently unknown when those phases will take place.[65]

Both phases are for the conversion of HOV lanes to HOT lanes.

  • I-10 phase 2: From I-605 to SR 57/SR 71: in design; from SR-57/SR-71 to the San Bernardino County line.[65]
  • I-210 phase 1: Convert the Foothill Freeway from SR 134/SR 710 to I-605. Phase 2: From I-605 to the San Bernardino County line.[65] This plan was dropped as of 2009, according to the Pasadena Star-News, due to San Gabriel Valley leaders opposition.
  • SR 60 phase 2: Convert from the intersection with I-605 to Brea Canyon (under construction), and convert from Brea Canyon to the San Bernardino County line.[65]

FloridaEdit

  • SR 23 (First Coast Expressway)—planned 46.5-mile (74.8 km) southwest bypass of the Jacksonville metro area, from I-10 to I-95. A 15-mile (24 km) segment was completed in 2016. The remaining segment is under design, but not yet scheduled for construction.[66]
  • SR 690 (Gateway Express)—elevated east–west highway in central Pinellas County. Project approved in 2014.[67] Construction to begin in 2017 & to be completed in 2022.
  • Central Polk Parkway—planned, unfunded toll road in Polk County. As of January 2015, the design phase of seven of eight segments has been funded.[68]
  • Heartland Parkway—proposed 110-mile (180 km) toll road through interior counties, from southwest of the Orlando metro area to the Fort Myers-Naples area.[69]

Managed lanesEdit

  • I-4 (4 Express)—a 21-mile (34 km) four-lane variable tolling lanes along I-4 in Orlando, scheduled to be completed in 2021.[70] Additional 40 miles (64 km) of variable toll lanes along I-4 currently being studied, which would cover the Orlando metropolitan area.[71]
  • I-75 (Palmetto Expressway) / SR 826—Express lanes are being added along 28 miles (45 km) of I-75 and SR 826 in the Miami area; work began in 2014 and was completed in 2018.[72]
  • Turnpike—Express lanes are being added to 20 miles (32 km) of the Turnpike through Miami-Dade County.[73][74]
  • I-295—Express lanes are being added between I-95 and the St. John's River (Buckman Bridge).[75] Plans for express lanes between State Road 9B and J. Turner Butler Boulevard are being finalized with land acquisition beginning in 2015.[76]
  • I-4 / I-75 / I-275—FDOT has proposed constructing a system of express lanes—Tampa Bay Express—along Interstates 275, 4, & 75 in the Tampa Bay area.[77]

IllinoisEdit

  • Illiana Expressway—proposed toll road.
  • I-490 (O'Hare West Bypass)—this beltway and electronic toll highway should be completed by 2025.

IndianaEdit

KentuckyEdit

LouisianaEdit

MinnesotaEdit

  • MnDot has plans to continue their construction of MnPASS Express Lanes. Currently I-394, I-35W and I35E have the HOT lanes. MnDot plans to add Mn PASS lanes to most highways across the Twin Cities metro. Including I-94 between Minneapolis and St. Paul, I-94 in to Maple Grove and many more roads. The Mn PASS lanes have been successful in easing congestion on I-394 and I-35 so they plan to continue to expand them across the cities.[78]

North CarolinaEdit

  • I‑77 (Express Lanes)—from Brookshire Freeway (exit 11) to West Catawba Avenue (exit 28) in Mecklenburg County. The project involves converting existing HOV lanes and then extending lanes further north; to be completed and ready by 2019.[79][80]
  • I‑485 (Express Lanes)—along the Governor James G. Martin Freeway section of I-485, between US 74 (exit 51) and I-77/US 21 (exit 67), in Mecklenburg County. Construction on the HOT lanes is expected to begin in 2019.[81]
  • US 74 (Express Lanes)—along the Independence Boulevard section of US 74, between Brookshire Freeway/John Belk Freeway and Wallace Lane, in Mecklenburg County. The project involves converting existing Bus lanes. Anticipated to be completed and ready by end of 2016.[81]
  • US 74 (Monroe Connector/Bypass)—toll road under construction.[82]
  • NC 540 (Triangle Expressway)—proposed southeast extension.[83]
  • Mid-Currituck Bridge

OklahomaEdit

Rhode IslandEdit

  • Interstate 295 (Trucks only)

South CarolinaEdit

TexasEdit

WashingtonEdit

  • I‑405 / SR 167—proposed extension of the SR 167 HOT Lanes and I-405 Express Toll Lanes, from Auburn to Bellevue[97]

West VirginiaEdit

  • WV 43 (Mon–Fayette Expressway)—currently free on West Virginia portion, but West Virginia reserves the right to impose tolls on its section of the Mon–Fayette Expressway in the future, much like its Pennsylvania counterpart.[98]

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