Toll Road Information
There are a number of toll roads throughout Indiana operated by a variety of public and private ownership groups. The EZPassIN website provides a single source for basic information on all toll roads in and immediately adjacent to Indiana. For more details on each agency's rate and policies, follow the links to each organization’s website.
All five tollways support the E-Z Pass Electronic Toll system, allowing you to travel without scrambling for coins or keeping track of tickets. Whether you’re planning a trip, looking for the best place to pay a toll violation, or researching the best route for your commute, this site can get you to the right place.
The Indiana Toll Road
Established in 1956, the Indiana Toll Road spans 157 miles across Northern Indiana, from the Illinois State line to the Ohio Border, connecting Chicago with the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. ITR Concession Company LLC (ITRCC) is responsible for the construction, maintenance, repair and operation of the Indiana Toll Road. ITRCC is under the ownership of IFM, a world-leading investor group. Since 2015, ITRCC has invested over $300 million in improvements along the Indiana corridor.
For more information, visit IndianaTollRoad.org.
Cline Avenue Bridge
The Cline Avenue Bridge restores a critical transportation route on State Road 912, serving employment centers, promoting economic development, and establishing a vital emergency route in Northwest Indiana. The bridge is a private facility 100% owned and operated by United Bridge Partners, and uses no local, state or federal funds for its construction or operation.
For more information, visit clineave.com.
The Illinois Tollway is operated by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, a state agency charged with building, operating and maintaining toll roads in Illinois. The Illinois Tollway manages 294 miles of tollways throughout Northern Illinois.
For more information, visit illinoistollway.com.
Built by the City of Chicago in 1958, the Chicago Skyway Toll Bridge (also known as the “Skyway”) is a 7.8-mile-long toll road that connects the Indiana Toll Road to the Dan Ryan Expressway on Chicago's South Side. The main feature of the Skyway is a half-mile-long steel truss bridge, known as the "High Bridge".
For more information, visit chicagoskyway.org.
The Ohio Turnpike is a 241-mile Toll Road across the Northern corridor of Ohio, meeting the East end of the Indiana Toll Road. The Turnpike is publicly owned and maintained by the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission (OTIC).
For more information, visit ohioturnpike.org.
RiverLink is the tolling system for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. The project includes the new Abraham Lincoln Bridge in downtown Louisville (I-65), the revamping of the existing Kennedy Bridge in downtown Louisville (also I-65), a new East End Bridge connecting the extension of the Snyder Freeway (I-265) with Southern Indiana (State Road 265) and the rebuilding of the I-65, I-64 and I-71 interchanges. A Joint Board, featuring Indiana and Kentucky Representatives, manages the project.
For more information, visit riverlink.com.