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Find all of the toll roads and toll tunnels in Illinois with the toll road map below. Click on the black dots below to see where the toll roads are and how much they cost in Illinois.

Jane Addams Memorial Tollway

  • Toll Road Name: Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, Illinois
  • Connecting Cities: Chicago and Rockford
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 39 and Interstate 90
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed variable rate based on time of day and type of vehicle.
  • Autos: $5.50 max $2.75 min
  • Trucks: $20.30 max $15.25 min more information here https://www.illinoisvirtualtollway.com/?ContentPane=tripcalculator
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 76 miles 122 Km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, I-Pass, cash
  • History: Originally opened in 1958 as the Northwest Tollway, it was renamed in 2007 for Nobel Peace Prize winner Jane Addams founder of the Settlement House movement in the US.
  • How to Use: The Jane Addams Memorial Tollway is a direct link between the greater Rockford Area and the Chicago Metro Area and crosses both the I-90 and I-290.   Tolls are paid at both manned and unmanned toll plazas. At unattended ramp plazas drivers can only pay with I-PASS, E-ZPass or exact coins only. There are a few toll plazas which except only electronic tolling. At Illinois Route 47 (EB exit/WB entrance) customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass will incur a $0.90 unpaid toll; Illinois Route 47 (EB entrance/WB exit) customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass will incur a $0.60 unpaid toll.  Customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass are responsible for paying the unpaid toll  online or by mail within 7 days. Check out which plazas are manned, unattended or electronic only here: http://www.illinoistollway.com/tolls-and-i-pass/toll-information/rates-by-toll-plaza Toll prices are determined by time of day. Daytime Hours: 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Overnight Hours: 10:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m.
  • When to Use: Use the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway to get you from Rockford to O’Hare International Airport. It will also take you to North to Wisconsin coming from Rockford or O’Hare International Airport.
  • Discounts: I-Pass/E-ZPass users pay discounted toll rates
  • Future Plans: Major projects are planned for 2015 including the start of roadway work for the 25-mile eastern segment and rebuilding and widening  the section from Elgin to the I-294. Planned construction also includes continued work to improve interchanges, to reconstruct the Fox River Bridge and replace local crossroad bridges on the I-90 corridor.

Tri-State Tollway

  • Toll Road Name: Illinois Tri-State Tollway, Illinois
  • On Which Highways: I-94, I-294, I-80
  • Connecting Cities: Wisconsin state line to South Holland
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed variable rate based on time of day and type of vehicle
  • Autos: $4.70 max $2.35 min
  • Trucks: $17.50 max $13.15 min
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 82.81 miles 133.27 Km
  • How to pay: I-Pass, E-Zpass, cash
  • History: Despite its name, the Tri-State Tollway does not enter either Indiana or Wisconsin. It was built in the mid to late 1950s as a bypass of Chicago.
  • How to Use: Tolls are paid at toll plazas located along the route. Manned toll plazas where drivers can pay cash are found at Waukegan, Edens Spur, Touhy Avenue, Irving Park Road (Illinois Road 19), Cermak Road (22nd Street), 82nd Street, 83rd Street, and 163rd Street. Unattended toll plazas can only be paid I-PASS, E-ZPass or exact coins. At all-electronic tolling ramps cash is not accepted. Balmoral Road customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass will incur a $1.60 unpaid toll; I-57/147th St (Illinois 83) customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass will incur a $1.50 unpaid toll. Customers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass are responsible for paying the unpaid toll online  or by mail within 7 days. Find out which are on your route here: http://www.illinoistollway.com/tolls-and-i-pass/toll-information/rates-by-toll-plaza Toll rates are determined by time of day.Daytime Hours: 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Overnight Hours: 10:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m.
  • When to Use: The Tri-State Tollway allows drivers to bypass the city of Chicago when heading to destinations in Wisconsin, Illinois or Indiana. The Tri-State Tollway offers access to all Chicago freeways except the I-355. Detailed information about what is available along the Tollway can be found here:http://www.illinoistollway.com/documents/10157/88125/TriState_TourismGuide_FINAL_11-18-11.pdf
  • Discounts: I-Pass/E-ZPass users receive discounted toll rates.
  • Future Plans: Major projects are planned In 2015 such as the completion of the Grand Avenue Interchange (Illinois Route 132) Project; as well as repairs to various ramps, including the O'Hare East and Illinois Route 394 Interchanges. Bridge repairs are also planned throughout the Tri-State Tollway corridor.

Chicago Skyway

  • Toll Road Name: Chicago Skyway, Illinois
  • Connecting Cities: Chicago crossing into Indiana
  • On Which Highways:  Interstates 90 and 94
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 7.8 miles 12.6 Km
  • How to pay: cash, I-Pass, E-Zpass
  • History: The Chicago Skyway Bridge was built in 1958 to connect the Dan Ryan Expressway to the Indiana Toll Road. In 2005 it became the US’s first privatized toll road. The Chicago Skyway’s main feature is its half mile long steel truss bridge built over the Calmut River. The bridge is the highest and longest in Chicago.
  • When to Use: When heading to Indiana from Chicago.
  • Discounts: Trucks receive off peak discounts from 8pm until 4am.
  • How to Use: Cash is only accepted in the CASH ONLY  lanes. These are marked on the plaza canopy signs and are the lanes located on left hand side. Only United States currency up to $100 bills is accepted. Entrances are prior to the toll plazas and in the direction you are traveling
  • 1) Eastbound:  Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/I-94), State Street, St.Lawrence Ave., 73rd Street, Stony Island, Jeffery Ave. (87th Street is no longer available
  • 2 ) Westbound: Indiana Toll Road (I-90), 105th, 92nd Street Exit ramps are located after the toll plaza in the direction your are traveling.
  • 3) Eastbound: 92nd S treet, Indianapolis Blvd. then the Indiana Toll Road.
  • 4) Westbound: 87th Street, Stony Island, 73rd Street, St. Lawrence Ave. State Street and the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/I-94).
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed variable rate based on time of day and number of Axels (for updated price information: http://www.chicagoskyway.org/tolls/)

Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway

  • Toll Road Name: Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway, Illinois
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 88; crosses Interstates 290  and 294 at Hillside
  • Connecting Cities:  Chicago, Aurora , Naperville, Dekalb and Dixon.
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed variable rate based on type of vehicle, time of day and distance traveled.
  • Autos: $10.20 max for full length$5.10 min for full length with pass
  • Trucks: $37.80 max https://www.illinoisvirtualtollway.com/?ContentPane=tripcalculator
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 96 miles- 154 km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, I-Pass, cash
  • History: Opened in 1958, the tollway was initially designated as U.S. Route 30 Toll and later Illinois Route 190.  After the 2004 death of Illinois native and former President Ronal Reagan the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority renamed the toll roadway Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway as it passes near his birthplace of Tampico and the south outskirts of his childhood town of Dixon.  The tollway portion was previously known as the East-West Tollway and this name still appears on some signs near Chicago.
  • How to Use: Tolls are paid at toll plazas along the route. Manned toll stations are found at York Road, Meyers Road, Aurora, DeKalb, and Dixon. At unattended ramp plazas tolls can only be paid with I-PASS, E-ZPass or exact coins. At all-electronic tolling ramps cash is not accepted and drivers without I-PASS/EZ-Pass will incur a $1.10 unpaid toll and are responsible for paying the unpaid toll online or by mail within 7 days.
  • Check your route here: http://www.illinoistollway.com/tolls-and-i-pass/toll-information/rates-by-toll-plaza Toll rates are based on time of day.Daytime Hours: 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Overnight Hours: 10:00 p.m.-6:00 a.m.Note that there is no direct off-ramp access to US Route 52, Illinois Route 23, Illinois Route 25, and northbound Illinois Route 83. The tollway merges with Illinois Route 56 for a short distance.  
  • When to Use: The Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway runs east- west across North-Central and Northeastern Illinois and the I-88 is part of the Chicago-Kansas City Expressway.  Information about things to do and see along the tollway can be found here: http://www.illinoistollway.com/documents/10157/88125/ReaganMemorial_TourismGuide_FINAL_11-18-11.pdf
  • Discounts: I-Pass users pay discounted toll rates.
  • Future Plans: Major projects are planned for 2015 including roadway resurfacing between Illinois Route 251 near Rochelle and U.S. Route 52 near Dixon, as well as local crossroad bridge repairs and interchange improvements at Illinois Route 251. The Illinois Tollway will also close the Mitchell Road Bridge over I-88 near Aurora for reconstruction.

Veterans Memorial Tollway

  • Toll Road Name: Veterans Memorial Tollway, Illinois
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 355
  • Connecting Cities: Connects drivers to the Western and Southern Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois running from New Lenox in Will County to Itasca in DuPage county. It passes through the following cities: Lockport, Lisle-Downers Grove, and Addison.
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed variable rate based on time of day and type of vehicle.
  • Autos: $7.60 max for full length $3.80 min for full length
  • Trucks: $22.40 max more information about payment here https://www.illinoisvirtualtollway.com/?ContentPane=tripcalculator
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 32.5 miles  52.3 Km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, I-Pass, cash
  • History: Opened in 1989 as the North-South Tollway the I-355 was meant to ease congestion on Illinois Route 53. In 2007 a southern extension was added and upon opening its name was changed to Veterans Memorial Tollway.
  • How to Use: There are only three manned toll stations along the Veterans Memorial Tollway located at Army Trail Road, Boughton Road and Spring Creek. Tolls can be electronically paid with I-Pass or E-ZPass or with exact coins only at unattended toll plazas. Daytime hours are from 6 am to 10 pm and Overnight hours are from 10pm until 6 am. Check your route here: http://www.illinoistollway.com/tolls-and-i-pass/toll-information/rates-by-toll-plaza
  • When to Use: For a complete list of attractions along the Veterans Memorial Tollway check out: http://www.illinoistollway.com/documents/10157/88125/VeteransMemorial_TourismGuide_FINAL_11-18-11.pdf
  • Discounts: I-Pass/E-ZPass users pay discounted toll rates. 

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