Enjoy the benefits of I-PASS when traveling beyond Illinois.

Use I-PASS anywhere E-ZPass is accepted.* 

*I-PASS is not accepted at airport parking lots nor any other non-roadway facilities that accept E-ZPass.

I-PASS users do not need to register with E-ZPass, and E-ZPass users do not need to register with I-PASS in order to use the other system. Make sure your transponder is properly mounted and your account information is current. It may take up to 48 hours for out-of-state roadways to update your I-PASS account.

I-PASS is accepted on the Central Florida Expressway Authority's 118-mile toll road network in Metro Orlando which includes downtown Orlando and surrounding communities. See a roadmap of where I-PASS is accepted.

Currently, the Central Florida Expressway (CFX) is the only toll operator in Florida that accepts I-PASS and E-ZPass. I-PASS users that travel out of network and are unable to pay with cash may receive toll-by-plate invoices from other Florida tolling agencies.

*The Indiana Toll Road Concession Company - the private company that operates the Indiana Toll Road and the Skyway - passes on a 3-cent-per-transaction fee to all I-PASS customers using the Indiana Toll Road and Chicago Skyway. This Company also charges I-PASS customers $1.00 surcharge for improperly mounted transponders. The surcharge will be added to the standard toll charge on your account statement. Learn how to mount your transponder properly. 

Commercial vehicles (including their trailers) that exceed four tires and two axles, and that are traveling on E-ZPass roads, must exchange their I-PASS transponder for the compatible E-ZPass "blue" transponder available at every Tollway Customer Service Center and at select Road Ranger outlets.

 

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