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Alligator Alley (Everglades Parkway) | Florida Toll Costs

  • Toll Road Name: Alligator Alley (Everglades Parkway), Florida
  • On Which Highways: Interstate 75
  • Connecting Cities: Naples to Miami
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed rate based on axle, weight, distance traveled
  • Autos: $3.00 max$2.75 min
  • Trucks: $15.00 max$5.50 min
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 78 miles - 125.53 Km
  • How to pay: SunPass, cash
  • History: Alligator Alley, also known as the Everglades Parkway, opened for traffic in 1968 and is the most controversial road ever to be built in Florida. It was given the name by the American Automobile Association in its planning stages as they believed it would never be used. As actual alligators do frequent the road and waterways beside it, the name stuck and became official. connects the state’s lower east and west coasts via Broward and Collier Counties. Arrow straight for most of its length, it crosses the Florida Everglades and is an important link between the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts
  • How to Use:I-75 begins its national northward journey near Miami, running along the western parts of South Florida before traveling westward across Alligator Alley, resuming its northward direction in Naples along Florida's Gulf Coast. There are only two interchanges along the tolled portion of Alligator Alley in addition to two rest areas and a number of scenic outlook points as it crosses the Florida Everglades.
  • When to Use:Alligator Alley is a scenic roadway which passes through most of the Everglades, providing a link between Florida’s Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts. Drivers have the chance, particularly in the early morning or late afternoon hours in winter and spring months to see a wide variety of bird and animal life. The western terminus at the interchange of Radio Road, five miles from Naples, is a great place to access the beaches, shops, and hotels on the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Discounts: SunPass users pay a discounted toll rate.

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