List of toll roads in Florida

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Standard (left) and toll (right) State Road shields
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Notes: State Roads are generally state-maintained.
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Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Highway X (US X)
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The following is a list of Toll Roads in Florida. Florida has 734 miles (1,181 km) of toll roads, bridges and causeways as of June 2013, more than any other state.[1] The longest of these is Florida's Turnpike, running 313 miles (504 km), opened in 1957. The majority of the toll roads have state road designations with a special toll shield, including the Turnpike and Homestead Extension.

Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, a part of the Florida Department of Transportation, owns and operates Florida's Turnpike and the Homestead Extension, the Sawgrass Expressway (SR 869) in Broward County, Polk Parkway (SR 570), in Polk County, Suncoast Parkway (SR 589), Veterans Expressway (SR 568/SR 589) in the Tampa Bay Area, the northern end of Seminole Expressway (SR 417), the southern six miles (10 km) of Southern Connector Extension (SR 417), the southern 11 miles (18 km) of Daniel Webster Western Beltway (SR 429) and the western eight miles (13 km) of Beachline West Expressway (SR 528) in the Orlando Area.[2]

The Turnpike collects tolls on the portion of I-75 known as Alligator Alley, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the Pinellas Bayway System and the Beachline East (State Road 528) — all FDOT-owned roads and bridges. It also provides toll collection services for the Garcon Point and Mid-Bay Bridges in Florida's Panhandle as well as the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway in Tampa.[3] These roads, as well as the roads on the Central Florida Expressway Authority system (Apopka Expressway, Beachline Expressway east of exit 8, Central Florida GreeneWay, East-West Expressway, and the Western Beltway) are compatible with SunPass and benefit from an average of 25% discount.[4]

Toll roads[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
I‑75 4.28 6.89 I‑75 / CR 951 I‑75 / I‑595 / SR 869 Alligator Alley/Everglades Parkway
Turnpike 264.96 426.41 I‑95 / US 441 / SR 826 at the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami Gardens I‑75 near Wildwood Florida's Turnpike Cashless Toll gantry at southern terminus
SR 112 4.132 6.650 Miami International Airport, Miami I‑95 Airport Expressway Becomes I-195 just west of I-95, Open road tolling; cash collection ended on November 14, 2014
SR 408 22.13 35.61 Turnpike / SR 91 near Ocoee SR 50 near Bithlo Holland East-West Expressway
SR 414 6.53 10.51 US 441 near Lockhart US 17 / US 92 John Land Apopka Expressway
SR 417 54.06 87.00 I‑4 near Celebration I‑4 Central Florida GreeneWay / Seminole Expressway/Southern Connector
SR 429 31.853 51.262 I‑4 near Walt Disney World US 441 Daniel Webster Western Beltway
SR 528 53.5 86.1 I‑4 near Lake Buena Vista I‑95 near Cocoa Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway
SR 568 15.172 24.417 I‑275 / SR 60 SR 597 Veterans Expressway) Being converted into Open Road Tolling; also includes SR 589
SR 570 24.380 39.236 I‑4 near Plant City I‑4 near Polk City Polk Parkway
SR 589 41.512 66.807 US 98 near Chassahowitzka Suncoast Parkway
SR 618 14.168 22.801 US 92 I‑75 Lee Roy Selmon Expressway Open road tolling; cash collection ended on September 17, 2010
Turnpike Extension 47.856 77.017 US 1 Turnpike / SR 91 Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike Open road tolling; cash collection ended February 17, 2011; also considered part of SR 821
SR 836 16 26 NW 137th Avenue, Tamiami I‑95 Dolphin Expressway Open road tolling; cash collection ended on November 14, 2014
SR 869 21.835 35.140 I‑75 / I‑595 Turnpike / SR 91 Sawgrass Expressway Open road tolling; cash collection ended on April 17, 2014
SR 874 7 11 Turnpike Extension / SR 821 SR 826 Don Shula Expressway Open road tolling; cash collection ended on July 17, 2010
SR 878 2.658 4.278 SR 874 US 1 Snapper Creek Expressway Open road tolling; does not collect cash
SR 924 5.378 8.655 I‑75 / SR 826 SR 953 Gratigny Parkway Open road tolling; cash collection ended June 7, 2010
CR 522 12.4 20.0 I‑4 near Celebration Turnpike / SR 91 Osceola Parkway
Goldenrod Road Extension 2.7 4.3 Cargo Road, Orlando International Airport, Orlando SR 551 Goldenrod Road Extension To revert to City of Orlando when the costs are paid off
Interstate 4 – Selmon Expressway Connector 1.0 1.6 SR 618 I‑4 Interstate 4 – Selmon Expressway Connector Open road tolling, road does not collect cash
95 Express 0 0 95 Express
I-595 Express Lanes 0 0 I-595 Express Lanes

Future toll roads[edit]

Toll bridges and causeways[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile)[5] Notes
US 98.svgFlorida 30.svg Bob Sikes Bridge Pensacola Beach Gulf Breeze $1.00 southbound Signed as U.S. Route 98 and State Road 30
Florida 922.svg Broad Causeway North Miami Surfside $1.00
Lee County 867A.svg Cape Coral Bridge Cape Coral Fort Myers 0.64 miles (1.03 km) $2.00 westbound
Card Sound Road Monroe County Miami-Dade County $1.00
Toll Florida 281.svg Garcon Point Bridge Gulf Breeze Milton $3.50
Gasparilla Bridge Boca Grande Placida $6.00 Signed as County Road 771
Toll Florida 293.svg Mid-Bay Bridge Destin Niceville 3.6 miles (5.8 km) $3.00
Lee County 884 FL.svg Midpoint Memorial Bridge Cape Coral Fort Myers 1.25 miles (2.01 km) $2.00 westbound
Florida 679.svgFlorida 682.svg Pinellas Bayway $0.75 with cash, $0.51 with SunPass
Florida 913.svg Rickenbacker Causeway Miami Key Biscayne $1.75 eastbound
Sanibel Causeway Sanibel Island South Fort Myers 3 miles (4.8 km) $6.00 westbound
I-275.svgUS 19.svgFlorida 55.svgFlorida 93.svg Sunshine Skyway Bridge St. Petersburg Terra Ceia 5.5 miles (8.9 km) $1.25 with cash, $1.02 with SunPass
Venetian Causeway Miami Miami Beach 2.5 miles (4.0 km) $1.50

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toll Road Mileage Statistics". Statemaster.com. Retrieved 2012-01-21. 
  2. ^ "System description". Floridasturnpike.com. Retrieved 2012-01-21. 
  3. ^ "Florida's Turnpike 50 Year Celebration" (PDF). Florida Department of Transportation. 2007. Retrieved 2009-07-31. 
  4. ^ "SunPass Roads and Bridges". Sunpass.com. Retrieved 2012-01-21. 
  5. ^ "LeeWay - Start Saving Today". Leewayinfo.com. 2011-08-05. Retrieved 2012-01-21.