Inside the Tollway
Things just got brighter for I-PASS customers heading down to Florida: I-PASS is now accepted on all toll roads in the Sunshine State.
The Florida Turnpike joins the Central Florida Expressway Authority as part of the E-ZPass Group.
So, whether you’re driving down to visit a theme park in Orlando, go fishing or golfing along the Gulf coast in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area, lie on a beach in Miami or watch a rocket launch from Cape Canaveral, you can take I-PASS with you on all your Florida travels.
If flying down to Florida and renting a vehicle, I-PASS customers can add the rental plate number and the start and end dates for the rental period to their I-PASS account.
The addition of Florida toll roads to the E-ZPass network makes paying tolls more convenient for I-PASS customers driving east and south. I-PASS can now be used in 17 states where E-ZPass is accepted and includes the Chicago Skyway and Indiana Toll Road.
Georgia and Minnesota are poised to soon come on board with the E-ZPass Group, moving the toll industry closer to seamless travel nationwide using a single transponder.
Before any trip, I-PASS customers should make sure their transponder is properly mounted to ensure proper payment of tolls.
See the E-ZPass website for details on where you can use I-PASS.