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Ohio Turnpike

Toll booth locations on Ohio Turnpike connecting Chicago and Pittsburg which is part of I 80, I 76 and I 90

The 242-mile-long Ohio Turnpike[1], connects Chicago and Pittsburgh. At the western end, the turnpike meets the Indiana Toll Road, and the eastern end it terminates at the Ohio–Pennsylvania border near Petersburg, where it meets the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The road is owned and maintained by the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission (OTIC). Built prior to the Interstate system, the modern Ohio Turnpike is part of the three interstates: I-76, I-80, and I-90.

2-axle cars pay $12.75 E-ZPass toll, and $18.75 Non E-ZPass tag (cash, credit card) toll to travel from Eastgate to Westgate.

Ohio toll calculator calculates toll and gas expenses for cars, trucks, trailers, buses, RVs and motorcycles for Ohio turnpike[2]. The calculator calculates tolls for the six classes of vehicles, from class 1 to class 6.

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How to pay toll on Ohio turnpike

Tolls on Ohio Turnpike can be paid by either using the E-ZPass tag[3] or pay with Cash. Ohio turnpike does not have a Video toll payment system.

Toll payment methods for Ohio turnpike

To pay tolls on Ohio turnpike you can use E-ZPass tag[4] or pay with Cash.

An E-ZPass is a small electronic transponder that is used to pay tolls for your trips on Ohio turnpikes. You don’t need to stop to pay a toll. The transponder is mounted on your vehicle’s windshield. When you travel on any toll road, thruway, tunnel or bridge, the transponder charges your E-ZPass account for the appropriate toll. The E-ZPass may also provide a discount on the toll rate depending on the state that has issued the E-ZPass.

Learn more on E-Zpass OH.

How to pay missed toll in Ohio

The Ohio Turnpike has a gated system at the toll booths. It only allows motorists to go through if the payment has been (using cash, credit card ot E-ZPass). Therefore, there is no toll violation or missed toll issues in case of Ohio Turnpike.

Customers who experience problems with E-ZPass Ohio activation can contact the Ohio Turnpike Customer Service Center at (440) 971-2222.

Please check out TollGuru state webpages to learn about toll payment methods. As you cannot pay tolls by cash or coins on all toll roads in the USA, it is recommended to buy a relevant Tag. Browse the list of tags for each state.

How are tolls calculated for trucks

Trucks pay tolls on Ohio turnpike based on number of axles. Vehicles higher than 7 feet over first two axles pay higher tolls for same number of axles as vehicles less than 7 feet toll.

Ohio Truck toll calculator can help you calculate tolls and gas expenses for all truck classes in Ohio. The toll calculator assumes truck height over first two axles is more than 7 feet.

What is E-ZPass OH

E-ZPass OH or Ohio E-ZPass[5] is an electronic tag that you can install in your windshield to zoom through electronic toll gantries. You don’t need to stop to pay toll.

The transponder is mounted on your vehicle’s windshield. When you travel on any toll road, thruway, tunnel or bridge, the transponder charges your E-ZPass account for the appropriate toll. The E-ZPass may also provide a discount on the toll rate depending on the state that has issued the E-ZPass.

Where can I use E-ZPass

E-ZPass is accepted in New York. New Jersey, Central Florida and other states with I-Pass, E-Pass NCQuickPass and RiverLink

The E-ZPass is accepted across 18 states in the United States. Therefore, if you already have an E-ZPass from any of these states, you are good to use it in Ohio. <div class

DelawareMassachusettsNorth CarolinaIllinoisNew HampshireOhio
IndianaNew JerseyPennsylvaniaKentuckyNew Jersey – DelawareRhode Island
MaineNew YorkVirginiaMarylandWest VirginiaNew York City Area

Ohio turnpike tolling agencies and contacts

The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission[6] manages Ohio turnpike toll payments. For any questions about toll payment methods or your toll bill please contact the agency[7].

Calculate tolls for Ohio and other states in the US

Calculate routes, tolls and fuel costs for your travel by car, truck, taxi, bus, caravans (with or without a trailer) in Ohio and other states of the US using TollGuru Trip Calculator. It also shows the cheapest, fastest and other optimal routes to your destination along with toll plaza(s) location en route, payment methods and more.


Rideshare, OEM, TMS, fleet companies and other transport businesses can leverage toll intelligence by integrating with the TollGuru Toll API for pre-trip calculation and post-trip reconciliation.

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