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How to Take Your Best Fall Football Trip – A TollTag Tale

How to Take Your Best Fall Football Trip – A TollTag Tale

How to Take Your Best Fall Football Trip – A TollTag Tale

Let’s say you’re in Houston this fall and you want to use tollways to go to a football game in Lawrence, Kansas, while stopping to visit friends along the way.

On your trip, you’d head to Austin via the Westpark Tollway to the Sam Houston Tollway (Harris County Toll Road Authority).

In Austin, you grab barbecue with a friend before taking State Highway 130 (Texas Department of Transportation) to avoid downtown Austin traffic on your way to Dallas.

The Dallas North Tollway and Sam Rayburn Tollway (NTTA) give you the quickest route to the I-35E TEXpress lanes (TxDOT), which also helps you avoid traffic congestion.

After a stop in Denton, it’s on to Oklahoma City and Tulsa. There, you’ll be cruising along the Turner Turnpike (Oklahoma Turnpike Authority).

Finally, down the homestretch to Lawrence via the Kansas Turnpike (Kansas Turnpike Authority).

With an NTTA sticker TollTag, you’re good to go the whole way, and you’ll get the lowest toll rates available.

On the other hand, you could drive without a money-saving TollTag and wait for invoices with higher toll rates from six separate tolling authorities to hit your mailbox. Only someone from the losing team would choose that option, right?

You might even want to upgrade to one of our Specialty TollTags to show everyone what team you’re on.