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Toll Rates Adjusting

 

 

Toll rates on NTTA roads will increase by about a penny per mile July 1 as part of a biennial (every other year) toll rate schedule approved by our board of directors.

The toll rate will move from 18 cents to 19 cents per mile for TollTag customers. ZipCash customers – those who don’t have a TollTag – pay at least 50 percent more than the TollTag rate.

NTTA increases toll rates on a regular, planned schedule so we can meet our financial obligations, including repaying more than $9.25 billion NTTA borrowed to build our roads and fund improvements to our existing roads for drivers in the region. Some of the improvements we’ve recently made include the addition of a fourth lane on sections of the Dallas North Tollway and the President George Bush Turnpike.

We’re re-investing nearly $2 billion in road improvements by 2023, including adding lanes to other existing NTTA roads to help relieve congestion.

We don’t receive any taxes to operate and maintain our roads. Instead, tolls are paid only by drivers who choose to use NTTA toll roads.

In addition to repaying debt, the tolls you pay go toward the high-quality maintenance of your toll roads and safety programs like our 24/7/365 roadside assistance.