New York thruway, toll roads, bridges, turnpikes and tunnels
New York Toll Calculator calculates tolls and gas expenses for cars, trucks, buses, RVs, trailers and motorcycles for all toll roads, bridges, turnpikes, and tunnels in New York. The tolls are for both peaks and off-peaks, at the time of your travel.
New York state thruway
New York state thruway is almost 500-mile-long road, from the New York City line at Yonkers to the Pennsylvania state line at Ripley by way of Albany, Syracuse, and Buffalo. It is part of the I-87, I-90, and I-95. It is operated by the New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA). The Thruway utilizes both open (barrier-based) tolling and closed (ticket-based) tolling. Tickets are used on the Thruway mainline between Harriman and Williamsville and from Lackawanna to the Pennsylvania state line. The Berkshire Connector also utilizes a ticket-based tolling system. The portion of the mainline south of Harriman, the New England Thruway, and the Niagara Thruway have open tolling systems, with all three highways containing at least one toll barrier. The last two components—the Garden State Parkway Connector and the Cross-Westchester Expressway—and the section of the mainline in and around Buffalo are toll-free.
The Toll Calculator calculates tolls and gas prices for the ticket based New York–Ripley mainline section as well as for the spurs: the Berkshire Connector, the Garden State Parkway Connector, the New England Thruway (I-95), the Niagara Thruway (I-190), and the Cross-Westchester Expressway (I-287).