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- Toll Road Name: I-25 HOV/Tolled Express Lanes, Denver, Colorado
- Connecting Cities: Two reversible lanes between US 36 and 20th Street in Downtown Denver Colorado.
- On Which Highways: Interstate 25
- Distance of the Toll Road: 7 miles 11.27 Km
- How to pay: ExpressToll or license plate tolling
- History: The I-25 Express Lanes opened on June 2, 2006.
- How to Use: The Express Lanes include seven miles on I-25 between downtown Denver and US 36. Solo drivers/toll paying vehicles are not allowed to use the US 36 Express Lanes until the lanes start to merge to I-25 near Pecos. Anything west of Pecos on US 36 is for HOV vehicles only. Vehicles without an ExpressToll account and pass and those that do not meet the HOV requirements can pay through a License Plate Toll but at a higher rate than ExpressToll account holders. Starting mid-2015 Express Lanes will require an ExpressToll account and pass to travel for free as an HOV or carpool.
- When to Use: I-25 Express Lanes are open during peak travel times and provide faster and more reliable travel times.
- Discounts: ExpressToll users pay 25% less
- Future Plans: Currently, those with two people in their vehicle can use the toll lane for free. However starting in 2017, CDOT will be changing their Express Lanes rules regionally thus, requiring at least two passengers, for a total of three people, in a vehicle to use the lanes for free. Anyone with two or fewer people in their vehicle can either use the express lane and pay a toll or use the general purpose lanes for free.
- Cost of the Toll Road: Fixed variable rate based on time of day ($0.50 - $5.00)
E-470 Toll Road
- Toll Road Name : E-470 Toll Road - Denver, Colorado
- On Which Highway: E- 470
- The Toll Road Costs :The E-470 is broken into 4 different sections making it easy to know how much you need to pay. For updated prices you can find the information here.
- Connecting Cities: The Toll road is located in the suburbs of Denver Colorado and goes through these counties - Douglas County, Parker, Arapahoe County, Aurora, Adams County, Brighton, Commerce City, Thorton
- Purpose: The main reason for this toll road is transportation to Denver International Airport it is the most direct route if coming from the North or the South. There are ways to drive to Denver International Airport without using E-470 Toll Road. However if you are running late the toll roads usually do save you some driving time.
- How to pay: The great thing about the E-70 is that you do not have to stop at a toll and wait to pay. Your license plate is photographed and an invoice will be sent to your address where you will be able to pay the toll road later. You will be able to pay online or by post. For more information about paying here https://www.expresstoll.com/Pages/Toll-Rates.aspx
- Discounts offered: If you drive the Toll Road very often you will be able to get a discounted rates for the route with the Express Toll. It is a sticker that can be placed on your windshield and you will be able to save up to 20% off on the toll road costs.