List of toll roads

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Cikarang Utama toll gate, Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia.

The following is a list of toll roads. Toll roads are roads on which a toll authority collects a fee for use. This list also contains toll bridges and toll tunnels. Lists of these subsets of toll roads can be found in List of toll bridges and List of toll tunnels.

Albania[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Australia[edit]

New South Wales[edit]

Queensland[edit]

Victoria[edit]

Austria[edit]

[1]

But also all Controlled and Limited Access Roads (A # Autobahn = freeways and S # Schnellstraße = highways) via a sticker. http://www.asfinag.at/home-en for more information

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Bahia[edit]

São Paulo[edit]

Canada[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

New Brunswick[edit]

Nova Scotia[edit]

Ontario[edit]

Formerly toll roadway[edit]

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Quebec[edit]

Formerly tolled[edit]

Chile[edit]

  • Costanera Norte
  • Autopista del Sol
  • Chile Highway 5
  • Autopista Troncal Sur
  • Autopista del Itata
  • Autopistas de Antofagasta
  • Autopistas del Desierto
  • Autopista Rutas del Pacifico
  • Autopista Rutas del Biobio
  • Autopista Los Libertadores
  • Autopista los Andes
  • Autopista Vespucio Norte Express
  • Autopista Vespucio Sur

China[edit]

Beijing[edit]

Others[edit]

Croatia[edit]

Motorways[edit]

  • A1
  • A2 - 58.2 km (36.2 mi) of 79.4 km (49.3 mi) tolled: Trakošćan-Zaprešić
  • A3 - 267.2 km (166.0 mi) of 306.5 km (190.5 mi) tolled: Bregana-Bobovica and Ivanja Reka-Lipovljani
  • A4 - 76.4 km (47.5 mi) of 96.4 km (59.9 mi) tolled: Goričan-Sveta Helena
  • A5
  • A6 - 70.0 km (43.5 mi) of 79.4 km (49.3 mi) tolled: Bosiljevo 2-Kikovica
  • A7 - 9.5 km (5.9 mi) of 37.7 km (23.4 mi) tolled: Rupa-Jurdani
  • A8 - 25.2 km (15.7 mi) of 64.0 km (39.8 mi) tolled: Kanfanar-Rogovići and Vranja-Veprinac
  • A9 - 76.8 km (47.7 mi) of 78.3 km (48.7 mi) tolled: Pula-Umag

Bridges[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Faroe Islands[edit]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

India[edit]

Gurgaon to simla hp

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

  • National Highway 5 (New NH65) (Tada to Srikakulam)
  • Hyderabad to Chennai (New No. NAM Expressway)
  • Kurnool to Bangalore (KA) (NH 7, New NH 44)
  • Kurnool to Kadapa (Rayalaseema Expressway)
  • Kodad (TG) to Vijayawada (NH 9, New NH 16)
  • Eluru NH5 (New NH16)
  • Tanuku NH5 (New NH16)

Maharashtra[edit]

Delhi[edit]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

Karnataka[edit]

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Iran[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Israel[edit]

Italy[edit]

Almost all the so-called "autostrada" are toll roads. Some examples:

Japan[edit]

Almost all expressways in Japan are toll roads.

East Japan[edit]

(operated by NEXCO East Japan)

Central Japan[edit]

(operated by NEXCO Central Japan)

West Japan[edit]

(operated by NEXCO West Japan)

Urban Expressways[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Federal highways[edit]

The first tolled Mexican federal highway, between Amacuzac, State of Mexico, and Iguala, opened in 1952 and provided the first partial high-speed connection on the Mexico-Acapulco route. Dozens of toll highways now exist in Mexico, referred to as autopistas or supercarreteras.

Most federal toll roads are four lanes, though some, especially in mountainous areas, are two. Toll (quota) roads provide high-speed alternatives to non-toll federal highways as well as bypasses of major and mid-sized cities.

State highways[edit]

Aside from federal highways whose concessions are held by state government agencies, such as much of Fed 45D in Chihuahua and Zacatecas or Fed 2D from La Rumorosa to Mexicali, Baja California, there are also state toll roads, whose concessions were issued by state governments.

Netherlands[edit]

Norway[edit]

See also: no:Bompengefinansierte veier i Norge

Morocco[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Formerly tolled[edit]

Panama[edit]

  • Corridor Sur - South of Panama City, Punta Pacifica - Tocumen Int'l Airport
  • Corridor Norte - North of Panama City
  • Conexion Corridor Sur y Norte - Panama City, will connect both highways, sections of it are still being planned, some are already being built.

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Russia[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Turkey[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

Dubai[edit]

The Salik toll system was introduced on 1 July 2007.

United Kingdom[edit]

England
Wales

United States[edit]

See List of toll roads in the United States

See also[edit]

References[edit]