E-ZPass DE for Delaware and Other States
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What is E-ZPass DE
The E-ZPass DE is a transponder (tag) that lets you pay tolls electronically on most of the Delaware toll facilities. With this installed in your vehicle, you need not stop to pay a toll. As it is part of the E-ZPass network, so it is also valid across all the states where an E-ZPass is accepted.
Use E-ZPass DE Toll Calculator to calculate tolls to travel across Delaware and other US states with a Delaware E-ZPass toll tag.
Where is E-ZPass DE accepted in Delaware
In Delaware, E-ZPass DE is accepted on various toll roads and bridges as listed below:
Delaware Department of Transportation (DELDOT) managed toll facilities:
- Interstate 95
- State Route 1
- Delaware Memorial Bridge
Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) managed toll facilities:
- Ben Franklin Bridge
- Betsy Ross Bridge
- Commodore John Barry Bridge
- Walt Whitman Bridge
Which state accepts E-ZPass DE
Travelers ask thousands of queries every week from TollGuru about EZ Pass coverage, such as the following:
- Does E-ZPass work in Illinois?
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- Can I use EZ Pass on PA Turnpike?
E-ZPass (or widely termed as ez pass) has a wide acceptance across 17 states in the United States. If you already have an E-ZPass from any of these states, you are good to go.
The table below lists the states where E-ZPass is accepted for toll payment:
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