South Florida Toll Roads near Miami
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The South Florida toll roads near Miami (or simply called Miami toll roads) consists of the following four stretches as shown in the Miami tolls map:
- Sawgrass Expressway
- Alligator Alley or Everglades Parkway
- Homestead Extension of Florida Turnpike (HEFT)/SR 821
- Florida’s Turnpike – Southern Coin System
Read on to learn how to pay tolls in South Florida and see toll maps including the Sawgrass Expressway map and Everglades Parkway toll map. You can use Miami Toll Calculator to calculate tolls and gas costs for trips across Miami and other toll facilities of Florida.
How do I pay tolls in South Florida
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You can pay tolls in South Florida using a valid toll tag: SunPass, E-ZPass, E-Pass etc. There may be some toll facilities that accept cash and allow Toll-by-Plate payment as well. Refer to How to Pay Toll in Florida for more details.
South Florida Tolls
The South Florida tolls - including I-95 tolls and I-75 tolls - vary depending on toll plaza, vehicle axle count and payment method.
|Toll Plaza||SunPass Rate (in USD)||Toll-by-Plate Rate (in USD)|
|I-75 - East||$2.94||$3.25|
|I-75 - West||$2.94||$3.25|
|SR-821 - Homestead||$1.07||$1.34|
|SR-91 - Hollywood||$0.54||$0.80|
|SR-869 - Atlantic Boulevard||$0.54||$0.80|
Refer to the  by FDoT for rates of all the plazas. Or, calculate tolls between any locations across South Florida, using South Florida Toll Calculator.
Florida SR 869 - Sawgrass Expressway
The turnpike also includes expansion project Sawgrass Expressway that is currently open to traffic. This is a 24-mile long state road located in western and northern Broward County.
I-75 or Alligator Alley or Everglades Parkway
Alligator Alley connects east and west coasts, with Naples in the west and Ft. Lauderdale in the east.
SR 821 or Homestead Extension of Florida Turnpike - HEFT
Located in Miami/Fort Lauderdale FL, the Homestead Extension of Florida Turnpike is one of the busiest roads in Florida. It is the southern extension of Florida’s Turnpike. It connects Interstate 95 in the north to Homestead south of Miami. Vehicles must have an active SunPass or another interoperable transponder.
Florida Turnpike - Southern Coin System
The Florida Turnpike System consists of the Mainline with a length of 320 miles. The Mainline in turn includes SR 821 (Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike – HEFT); the Southern Coin System; the Ticket System; the Northern Coin System; and the Beachline West Expressway. The first four segments of this Mainline are continuous with a north-south direction from Florida City in southern Miami-Dade County to I-75 at Wildwood in Sumter County to the north. A coin system of tolling has been implemented on these sections of the turnpike.
Calculate tolls for South Florida and other regions in the US
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