GO-PASS for Northwest Parkway, Colorado
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What is Go-Pass
Go-Pass is an easy and simple way to pay tolls on the Northwest Parkway. With a Go-Pass you can drive through the designated Go-Pass lane. A picture of your license plate will be taken and the bill sent to the registered owner of the vehicle.
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Where can I use my Go-Pass
The Go-Pass can be used on the Northwest Parkway. This is a 75-mile per hour toll road and is part of the Colorado highway system, connecting E-470 at I-25 in the north metro Denver area, with U.S. 36 in Broomfield. With a Go-Pass, tolls can be paid either by reading the vehicle license plate or through the ExpressToll transponder.
How is Go-Pass different from ExpressToll
In a Go-Pass you don’t need to pre-pay for your tolls. Bills will be sent after reading the vehicle license plate, to the registered owner of the vehicle. With ExpressToll, you open an account with a pre-paid balance and receive a tag for each vehicle on your account. Tolls are deducted from this account balance when you travel on the toll road.
What is Go-Pass Regular
A Go-Pass Regular acts same as video payment system on Colorado toll roads and expressways. The registered owner of the vehicle gets a bill for using E-470, Northwest Parkway, and CDOT’s Express Lanes.
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