List of toll roads in the United States

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This is a list of toll roads in the United States. Included are current and future high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, express toll lane (ETL)s, and hybrid systems. HOV, as used in this article, is high occupancy vehicle.

This list does not include items on the list of toll bridges, list of toll tunnels, list of ferry operators, nor pre-freeway turnpikes.

As of January 2014, the states of Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming have never had any toll roads, while Connecticut and Kentucky have had toll roads in the past, but have since removed the tolls on those roads. Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, and Tennessee currently have proposals to construct future toll roads.

Contents: AL CA CO DE FL GA IL IN KS LA ME MD MA MN NH NJ NY NC OH OK PA PR SC TX UT VA WA WV Former Proposals

Alabama[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
Joe Mallisham Parkway I‑20 / I‑59 – Tuscaloosa US-82 – Northport 4.9 mi. $1.50
Emerald Mountain Expressway Wares Ferry Road, Montgomery Rifle Range Road, Montgomery 1.2 mi. $1.50
Foley Beach Express SR-180 – Orange Beach SR-59 – Summerdale 14 mi. $3 Extension to I-10 planned
Montgomery Expressway SR-152 – Montgomery SR-143 – Prattville 6.9 mi. $1.25

California[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
17 Mile Drive Pebble Beach Pacific Grove 17 mi. $9.25 Motorcycles prohibited
SR 133 / SR 241 / SR 261 (Eastern Toll Road) I‑5 – Irvine SR 91 – Anaheim 24 mi. $3.50 (east branch) $3.25 (west branch)
SR 241 (Foothill Toll Road) Oso Parkway, Rancho Santa Margarita SR 133 (Eastern Toll Road) 12 mi. $2 Southern extension to I-5 planned.
SR 73 (San Joaquin Hills Toll Road) I‑5 – Laguna Niguel I‑405 – Irvine 12 mi. $5.25
SR 125 (South Bay Expressway) SR 905 – Otay Mesa SR 54 – Spring Valley 10 mi. $3.75

HOT lanes[edit]

Future[edit]

In the San Francisco Bay Area, the transportation authorities are planning a whole network of HOT lanes.[7]

Riverside County is recognized by the California Transportation Commission(CATC) as having a traffic congestion problem second only to Los Angeles.[11]

  • SR 91 Recommended. Two HOT lanes and a mixed-flow lane from the Orange County line to the intersection with I-15.[11]
  • I‑15 Recommended. Two HOT lanes and a mixed-flow lane from the San Bernardino County line to the intersection with SR 74. Further, an HOV lane and an eventual HOT lane extension to the San Diego County line.[11]

Los Angeles County has a plan in place that has been approved by the California legislature.[12] They have received a grant for $213.6 million from the USDOT(US Department of Transportation). This plan will be implemented in two phases, although it is currently unknown when those phases will take place.[13]

Both phases are for the conversion of HOV lanes to HOT lanes.

  • I‑10 Phase 2: From I-605 to SR 57: in design; from SR-57 to the San Bernardino County line.[13]
  • I‑210 Phase 1: Convert the Foothill Freeway from I-710 to I-605. Phase 2: From I-605 to the San Bernardino County line.[13]
  • SR 60 Phase 2: Convert from the intersection with I-605 to Brea Canyon (under construction), and convert from Brea Canyon to the San Bernardino County line.[13]

Hybrid systems[edit]

  • 91 Express Lanes, Orange County, 10 miles. Toll rates are time-based instead of congestion-based. SOV toll ($1.20-$10.00); HOV-3+ 50% discount ($0.60-$5.00).[14][15]
  • San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, westbound direction. Toll rates are $4.00 to $13.50 depending on the time of day, day of the week, and number of axles. Carpools, hybrid and ILEV vehicles with DMV-issued decals, and motorcycles are $2.50.[16]

Colorado[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
E-470 I‑25 – Lone Tree I‑25 – Thornton 47 mi. $12.25 ExpressToll customers get a discount at ramp and mainline booths. Cash tolls phases out July 4, 2009. License Plate Toll started January 1, 2009
Northwest Parkway US 36 – Broomfield I‑25 / E-470 11 mi. $3.00
I‑25 express lanes I‑25 (19th Avenue) – Downtown Denver I‑25 / US 36 – Thornton 7 mi. SOV toll ($0.50-$5.00); HOV-2+, motorcycles, buses free.[17] Reversible HOT. Price is for peak rush hour. Carpoolers can use the lanes for free.

Delaware[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
I‑95 / I‑295 / Del. Tpk. I‑95 / JFK Mem. Hwy. – Maryland state line I‑295 / US 13 / US 40 11 mi. $4
DE 1 (Korean War Veterans Highway) DE 1 / DE 9 DE 7 / DE 58 51 mi. $2 (weekdays) $4 (weekends)

Florida[edit]

HOT lanes[edit]

  • I‑95 Northbound and southbound lanes between I-195 and the Golden Glades interchange have been opened. Motorcycles, registered HOV-3, hybrid, vanpool, and buses ride free. SOV toll ($0.25-$2.65). I-95 will be done in phases. Phase 1A was opened December 2008; Phase 1B opened in January 2010. Currently open are northbound and southbound lanes between the Golden Glades Interchange and I-395. As of October 2011, Phase 2, from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595 in Broward County is scheduled to begin construction in Fall 2011, with an anticipated completion in 2014.[18]

ELT lanes[edit]

  • I‑4 Variable-toll lanes—dubbed 4 Express—along a 21-mile (34 km) stretch of Interstate 4 in Orlando will be added as part of the $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate project. Two lanes in each direction will be added from south of Kirkman Road (exit 75) to east of SR 434. Construction begins in winter 2014-15, with the entire project scheduled to be complete in 2021.[19] A PD&E study is underway to determine the cost & feasibility of an additional 40-mile (64 km) of variable-toll lanes along I-4 in the Orlando metropolitan area.[20]

Georgia[edit]

HOT lanes[edit]

  • I‑85 Opened October 1, 2011. These lanes run between Old Peachtree Road and Chamblee-Tucker Road, including direct access to/from State Route 316, in Gwinnett and DeKalb counties. A Peach Pass is required for all vehicles including those exempt from tolling. The occupancy requirement for toll-free use is 3 or more people.

Conversion of the existing HOV lanes to HOT lanes has been approved to relieve the congestion in the DeKalb County portion of the Northeast Atlanta region. Roadway construction began in July 2010. This project will include the installation of new signs and sign structure, tolling technology and the installation of new guardrail. The construction zone is from Shallowford Road in DeKalb County to SR 317/Lawrenceville Suwanee Road in Gwinnett County and on SR 316/University Parkway from I-85 to Riverside Parkway in Gwinnett County.[21] This project will not include barriers; instead it will use painted lines to separate the HOT lane from other traffic. The new HOT lane will replace the HOV lane instead of expanding the roadway.[22]

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Kansas[edit]

Southwestern terminus: I‑35 / US-166
Northeastern terminus: I‑70 / I‑670 / US-24 / US-40 / US-169

Louisiana[edit]

Maine[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
Maine Tpk. I‑95 / US 1 – Kittery I‑95 / US 202 / SR 11 / SR 17 / SR 100 – Augusta 107 mi. $7

Maryland[edit]

  • I‑95 (John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway)
  • I‑895 (Harbor Tunnel Thruway)
  • MD 200 (Intercounty Connector)

Future toll roads[edit]

Massachusetts[edit]

  • Mass. Pike (tolls removed for passenger vehicles west of Exit 6 in Springfield in July 1996; tolls restored October 15, 2013)

Minnesota[edit]

  • I-35W Segment 3: From MN 65 / I-94 split to 42nd St. This will be a Priced Dynamic Shoulder Lane (PDSL) (a type of HOT lane). Scheduled to open 9/2009. Segment 2: From 42nd St. to 66th St. This is an HOV to HOT conversion project. Scheduled to open 2010. Segment 1: From 66th St. to Burnsville Parkway (see Burnsville, Minnesota). This is an HOV to HOT conversion project. Opened 2011.[27]
  • I-35E from Pennsylvania Ave. in St. Paul to Little Canada Road in Little Canada as part of the Cayuga Corridor project.

New Hampshire[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
Blue Star Tpk. / I‑95 I‑95 MA State Line US 4 / US 1 Byp. / NH 16 – Portsmouth 14 mi. $2.00 EZ-Pass customers get a discount at ramp and mainline booths.
Everett Tpk. US 3 MA State Line I‑93 / NH 9 39 mi. $2.00 EZ-Pass customers get a discount at ramp and mainline booths.
Spaulding Tpk. / NH 16 I‑95 / Blue Star Tpk. / US 1 Byp. – Portsmouth NH 16 – Milton 33 mi. $1.50 EZ-Pass customers get a discount at all mainline plazas.


New Jersey[edit]

New York[edit]

  • I-95 (New England Thruway)
  • Thruway (Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway)

North Carolina[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
NC 147 / NC 540 (Triangle Expressway) I‑40 – Durham
NC 55 Byp. – Apex
17.5-mile (28.2 km) $4.04 All-Electronic Toll road/Bill by mail
Accepts: NC Quick Pass, E-ZPASS, and SunPass

Ohio[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

Further information: Turnpikes of Oklahoma

Pennsylvania[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
I-376 Toll.svg James E. Ross Highway (Beaver Valley Expressway) I-376.svg PA-51.svg Chippewa Township I-376.svg US 422.svg New Castle 16 mi Maximum Fare: $2.50 Cash or $2.00 E-ZPass
Turnpike-66.svg Amos K. Hutchinson Bypass (Greensburg Bypass) (Pennsylvania Turnpike 66) Pennsylvania Turnpike logo.svgI-76.svgI-70.svg US 119.svg New Stanton US 22.svg Delmont 14 mi Maximum Fare: $1.60 Cash or $1.33 E-ZPass Pennsylvania Route 66 continues north of Delmont as a non-tolled highway.
Turnpike-43.svg Mon–Fayette Expressway (Pennsylvania Turnpike 43) WV-43.svg Mason–Dixon line, Mon–Fayette Expressway continues as West Virginia Route 43. PA-51.svg Jefferson Hills 52 mi Maximum Fare: $5.35 Cash or $4.33 E-ZPass Partially completed; rest of highway pending due to funding limitations.[28] Planned to eventually terminate at Interstate 376 near Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Turnpike logo.svgI-76.svgI-70.svgI-276.svg Pennsylvania Turnpike OhioTurnpike.svgI-76.svg Ohio-Pennsylvania State Line Delaware River Bridge - Bristol Township 359.6 mi Maximum Fare: $35.55 Cash or $30.17 E-ZPass Grandfathered from Interstate Highway standards.
I-476.svg Pennsylvania Turnpike - Northeast Extension Pennsylvania Turnpike logo.svgI-276.svgI-476.svg Mid-County Interchange I-81.svgUS 6.svgUS 11.svg Clarks Summit Interchange 112 mi Maximum Fare: $10.05 Cash or $8.30 E-ZPass
Turnpike-576.svg Southern Beltway (Pennsylvania Turnpike 576) I-376.svg Findlay Township, Pittsburgh International Airport US 22.svg Robinson Township 4.2 mi $0.50 Cash and E-ZPass - All Interchanges Partially completed; rest of highway pending due to funding limitations. Planned to eventually terminate at the Mon–Fayette Expressway near Finleyville, Pennsylvania. Segment from U.S. 22 to Interstate 79 in Cecil Township, Pennsylvania currently under construction and is expected to open in 2019.[28][29]

Puerto Rico[edit]

Current Toll Roads[edit]

  • PR-5 (Rio Hondo Expressway)
  • PR-20 (Rafael Martinez Nadal Expressway)
  • PR-22 (Jose de Diego Highway)
  • PR-52 (Luis A. Ferre Highway)
  • PR-53 (Dr. Jose Celso Barbosa Highway)
  • PR-66 (Roberto Sanchez Vilella Highway)

HOT Lanes/Dynamic Toll Road[edit]

Road Name N/W Terminus S/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
PR-22 (Jose de Diego Highway) PR-22 Toa Baja PR-5 Bayamon 10.3 mi (16.5 km) Minimum Fare: $2.00 Maximum Fare: $6.00 AutoExpreso[30] Being converted into an All-Electronic Toll road.

Projected to start operation in mid March 2013.

South Carolina[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
US 278 (Cross Island Parkway)
US 278 Bus. east – Hilton Head Island

US 278 Bus. west – Hilton Head Island
6.8-mile (10.9 km) $1.50 Cash or PAL PASS
I‑185 (Southern Connector) I‑385 – Mauldin I‑85 – Greenville 16.0-mile (25.7 km) $6.00 Cash or PAL PASS

Texas[edit]

Current toll roads[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
183A Toll Road US 183 south / SH 45 east / RM 620 – Austin US 183 – Cedar Park 11.6 mi. Maximum Fare: $2.91 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $3.87 Mail This is an All-Electronic Toll road.
290 Toll Road US 183 / US 290 – Austin US 290 / FM 734 – Manor 5 mi. Maximum Fare: $1 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $1.34 Mail All-electronic tolling. Unfinished - open only from US 183 to Springdale Road
Dallas North Tollway.svg Dallas North Tollway I‑35E – Dallas US 380 – Frisco 32 mi. Maximum Fare: $4.89 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $7.34 ZipCash (NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling.
Fort Bend Toll Road Beltway 8 / Sam Houston Tollway / Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road
Alt. US 90 east (South Main Street)
1.5 mi Maximum Fare: $1.45 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $1.75 Cash No Change Made
Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road Sienna Parkway Beltway 8 / Sam Houston Tollway / Fort Bend Toll Road 7.8 mi Maximum Fare: $1.75 TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required on the Fort Bend County segment.
Grand Parkway Toll Road in Fort Bend County (seven toll overpasses) I‑69 / US 59 FM 1093 / Westpark Tollway Less that one mile per overpass Maximum Fare: $2.10 ($0.30 per overpass) TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG required.
Hardy Toll Road I‑610 I‑45 21.6 mi Maximum Fare: $2.90 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $3.50 Cash TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required on some ramps.
Hardy Toll Road Connector to George Bush Intercontinental Airport Hardy Toll Road John F. Kennedy Boulevard 4 mi Maximum Fare: $1.15 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $1.25 Cash
International Parkway Spur 97 – Fort Worth SH 114 / SH 121 – Grapevine 6.0 mi Depends on time spent in airport. Toll for simple pass through is $2.00 cash, $1.00 with TollTag. TollTag must be properly installed and functioning, and backed by credit card, to be accepted. TxTag and EZ TAG not accepted.
Loop 1 Loop 1 / FM 734 – Austin SH 45 – Round Rock 3.8 mi. Maximum Fare: $1.04 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $1.38 Mail All-electronic tolling. Toll includes passage along SH 45 between Loop 1 and I-35.
Loop 49 I‑20 SH 110 26.3 mi. Maximum Fare: $2.69 TollTag, TxTAG, and EZ TAG or $3.58 Mail All-electronic tolling.
President George Bush Turnpike I‑20 – Grand Prairie I‑30 / US 67 – Rowlett 51.5 mi. Maximum Fare: $8.37 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $12.58 ZipCash(NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling. Two branches connected by SH 161 which is not tolled.
Sam Houston Tollway I‑45 I‑69 / US 59 91 mi. Maximum Fare: $9.95 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG The northeast section from I-69/U.S. 59 to U.S. 90 and some ramps require TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG.
Sam Rayburn Tollway SH 121 / SH 114 – Coppell US 75 / SH 5 / Spur 399 – McKinney 26 mi. Maximum Fare: $3.82 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG, or $5.74 ZipCash(NTTA's name for Pay by Mail) All-electronic tolling.
SH 45 US 183 / RM 620 – Cedar Park I‑35 – Buda 11.5 mi Maximum Fare: $2.08 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $2.76 Mail All-electronic tolling.
SH 99 (Grand Parkway) in Chambers County Fisher Road I‑10 6.6 mi Maximum Fare: $1.20 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG required.
SH 99 (Grand Parkway) in Harris County I‑10 US 290 / SH 6 15 mi Maximum Fare: $2.88 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG required.
SH 130 I‑10 – Seguin I‑35 – Georgetown 86 mi. Maximum Fare: $13.37 TollTag, TxTag, and EZ TAG or $17.79 Mail All-electronic tolling.
SH 255 (Camino Colombia Toll Road) To FM 1472 I‑35 – Botines 22.451 mi. $3.00 (TxTag/TollTag/EZ TAG)

$3.99 (Camino Colombia Day Pass)

TxTag, TollTag, EZ TAG, or Day Pass required
SH 550 I‑69E / US 77 / US 83 / FM 511 – Olmito FM 511 – Brownsville 0.5 mi. Minimum $0.50 - Maximum $2.50 (TxTAG)
Minimum $0.67 - Maximum $3.35 (Mail)
All electronic tollway
Westpark Tollway SH 99 Westpark Drive 20 mi. Maximum Fare: $4.20 TollTag, TxTag, or EZ TAG required.

Tolled express lanes on freeways[edit]

  • I-10, Harris County, from Texas State Highway 6 to I-610.[31] The lanes use a variant on the congestion pricing model, in that certain vehicles (mainly METRO Buses) are given free passage at all times, HOV+2 and motorcycles are permitted free passage during designated HOV periods and are charged set tolls at other times, SOV vehicles are charged dynamic pricing depending on the time of day, and commercial vehicles are charged a set toll ($7.00) at all times.[32]

Hybrid systems[edit]

Utah[edit]

HOT Lanes[edit]

Road Name S/W Terminus N/E Terminus Length Cash tolls (automobile) Notes
I‑15 US‑6 east / SR‑156 south – Spanish Fork 2300 North in Salt Lake City 62 mi. $0.25 to $5.00 Express Pass[35] This road is Electronic Billing only (for SOV vehicles).
I‑15 SR‑105 – Centerville (Parrish Lane) SR‑126 – Layton (Layton Parkway) 8 mi. $0.25 to $1.00 Express Pass This road is Electronic Billing only (for SOV vehicles).

The current HOT lanes, referred to as Express Lanes by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), are listed above. However, plans are underway to connect the existing Express Lanes from 2300 North to Parrish Lane, as well as extend them further north of Layton Parkway. It is also anticipated that Express Lanes will be included in the Mountain View Corridor freeway upon final built out. Tolls currently range from $0.25 to $1.00 per zone (with a current total of six zones), but vehicles with two or more persons (HOV), motorcycles, and clean-fuel vehicles are free.[35]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]

  • SR 167, Auburn to Renton. SOV toll ($0.50-$9.00); HOV-2+ and motorcycles free.[36]

West Virginia[edit]

Former[edit]

Colorado[edit]

  • US 36 (Denver-Boulder Turnpike) (until 1967)

Connecticut[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Kentucky's once-extensive toll road system has completely ceased toll collections as of November 2006, as required by state law when collected tolls or other revenues are sufficient to pay off each road's construction bonds. More recently, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has decided to route their portion of Interstate 69 and parts of future Interstate 66 over existing parkways. The Kentucky legislature and KYTC are considering reinstating tolls on the affected parkway segments to finance these upgrades. The KYTC along with INDOT is also considering toll financing for three new bridges across the Ohio River (two near Louisville and one for future I-69 near Evansville).[38]

Massachusetts[edit]

New York[edit]

Texas[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Proposals[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

  • I‑49 Bella Vista Bypass (Under Construction)

California[edit]

Connecticut[edit]

Delaware[edit]

Florida[edit]

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Michigan[edit]

  • The Michigan Department of Transportation is considering the possible inclusion of a HOT lane on US 23 between the I-96 interchange in Brighton and the M-14 interchange in the Ann Arbor area. The US 23 corridor in this area is in disrepair and will require a complete overhaul of the freeway in order to satisfy projected traffic volumes in the future.[40]

New York/New Jersey Port Authority[edit]

North Carolina[edit]

Proposed toll roads[edit]

Proposed HOT lanes[edit]

  • I‑77– From Brookshire Freeway (exit 11) to West Catawba Avenue (exit 28) in Mecklenburg County. The project involves converting existing HOV lanes and then extending lanes further north; it is currently development stage with construction beginning in 2014.[47][48]

South Carolina[edit]

All South Carolina projects are under study.

  • I‑77 From the intersection with US 21 to the North Carolina state line. This highway portion is very heavily used, and so HOT lanes is one option being studied to relieve congestion.[49]
  • I‑26 / I‑126 / I‑20 Projections are that traffic on these interstates will double by the year 2030. A corridor task force has been in place to study all the possibilities for managing the anticipated traffic growth. All these could accommodate HOT lanes.[49]
    • These are the only segments that would support widening for HOT lanes:
      • A 7.22-mile-long (11.62 km) segment of I-26 from the intersection with I-126 to the intersection with US 321.
      • A 6-mile-long (9.7 km) segment of I-20 east of I-77 to the northeast section of Richland County. No funds are currently available.
    • These segments could not be widened, but are still being considered for HOT lanes:
      • A 9.22-mile-long (14.84 km) segment of the I-26/I-126 corridor from US 176 to US 21.
      • A 14.45-mile-long (23.26 km) segment of I-20 from the northeast section of Richland County to the intersection with US 378.
  • I‑385 A 6.45-mile-long (10.38 km) segment of I-385 from east of I-85. This segment could be widened for HOT lanes; however, no construction funds are currently available.[49]
  • Future I‑73[50]

Tennessee[edit]

Texas[edit]

Proposed toll roads[edit]

Austin[edit]
Dallas-Fort Worth[edit]
Houston[edit]

[53]

San Antonio[edit]
South Texas[edit]

Proposed HOT lanes[edit]

  • Loop 1604 There have been discussions of adding HOT lanes to this road in the future.[55]
  • US 281 There have been discussions of adding HOT lanes to this road in the future.[55]
  • I‑10 Extending the I-10 HOT lanes from SH 6 in Harris County to FM 359 in Waller County (under study).[56]
  • I‑635 From east of Luna Road to Greenville Avenue (under study).[57]
  • I‑35E From south of the Loop 12/I-35E split to south of Valwood Parkway, including the reconstruction of existing facilities, construction of frontage roads and the addition of managed lanes.[57]
  • SH 121 / SH 183 (Fort Worth district) Proposed improvements are planned to include three general purpose lanes in each direction with three HOT lanes in each direction for a total of twelve lanes with frontage roads for future traffic volumes. Under study.[58]
  • I‑35W From Wautauga Ave. to Meacham St. in Fort Worth. Under study.[59]
  • I‑820 From I-35W to SH 121/SH 183. Under study.[60]

Canceled proposals[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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