Colorado Toll Roads
Colorado has an advantageous network of toll roads that will save you time on your next trip. Some, like E-470, are especially convenient if you want to get to the Denver airport as quickly and comfortably as possible. Find out all the key facts about this and other Colorado toll roads below.
CO Toll Roads FAQs
How do I pay Colorado tolls?
How do I pay a missed toll in Colorado?
What happens if I don’t pay a toll in Colorado?
If you don’t pay your toll statement by the due date, you will be sent further statements with late fees added. Failure to pay will result in collection fees, civil penalties, and possibly court fees.
How do I pay Denver tolls?
You can pay tolls for one of the roads around Denver using the electronic ExpressToll or Go-Pass tags, or with the license plate toll system.
How much are tolls in Colorado?
The toll price depends on the type of vehicle and how many axles it has, the time of day, and what road you drive on. Paying with an electronic tag is cheaper than by license plate photos or video.
Is E-ZPass accepted in Colorado?
No, E-ZPass is not accepted. You can pay via ExpressToll or Go-Pass tags, or use the license plate toll system.