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DE Toll Roads FAQs
How do I pay Delaware tolls?
You can pay tolls in Delaware electronically with E-ZPass, with cash at main toll plazas, or a license plate picture and invoice on some roads.
How do I pay a missed toll in Delaware?
If you missed a toll and receive a violation notice in the mail, you can pay it online using the violation number.
What happens if I don't pay a toll in Delaware?
If you don’t have sufficient funds in your E-ZPass account and don’t pay a toll in cash, you will receive a violation invoice in the mail with an administrative fee added. You can then pay the violation amount online.
How do I pay Dover tolls?
Tolls can be paid on State Route 1 with E-ZPass, or credit cards and cash at some toll plazas.
How do I pay Wilmington tolls?
You can pay tolls on the Delaware Turnpike or Delaware Memorial Bridge with an E-ZPass, or with cash during certain hours.
How much are tolls in Delaware?
Tolls on roads and bridges in Delaware cost between $2.00 and $6.00 for a 2-axle car or vehicle, depending on your payment method and, in some cases, day of the week.
Is E-ZPass accepted in Delaware?
Yes, you can pay with an E-ZPass transponder on all toll roads in Delaware.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (Delaware Turnpike)
- Toll Road Name: John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (Delaware Turnpike), Delaware
- Connecting Cities: Newark to Farnhurst
- On Which Highways: Interstate 95 and Interstate 295
- Cost of the Toll Road: Fixed rate based on axle/weight/distance traveled Vehicle Type Cash E-ZPass 2 Axle (Car, Van, SUV, Motorcycle, Pickup) $4.00 $4.003 Axle (includes trailer) $6.00 $6.004 Axle (includes trailer) $7.00 $7.005 Axle (includes trailer) $9.00 $9.006 Axle (includes trailer) $11.00 $11.00
- Distance of the Toll Road: 13.68 miles -22.02 Km
- How to pay: E-ZPass
- History: On November 15, 1963, a week before his assassination President John F. Kennedy opened the 11 miles of the Delaware Turnpike. The Turnpike is the state’s second controlled-access highway and originally cost $30 million to construct.
- How to Use:The Delaware Turnpike runs between the I-95 between the Maryland border in Newark and Newport; and the I -295 between Newport and Farnhurst. Tolls must be paid while driving both North and South on the Turnpike.
- When to Use:The Delaware Turnpike feeds into the Delaware Memorial Bridge and is therefore one of the few ways of getting across the Delaware River. No good alternative routes are available to drivers traveling up the east coast. Much of the Turnpike passes through wooded areas and it crosses the Christina River The Delaware Welcome Center service plaza is located in the median of I-95 between the DE 896 and DE 273 interchanges east of Newark and provides visitors to the state with useful information.