Maine Toll Roads | Calculate Toll Costs
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ME Toll Roads FAQs
How do I pay Maine tolls?
Tolls can be paid on the Maine Turnpike with an E-ZPass transponder or with cash.
How do I pay a missed toll in Maine?
If you miss a toll and receive a toll violation notice, you can call the Maine Turnpike Authority violations department with your violation notice number and license plate number.
What happens if I don't pay a toll in Maine?
You will receive a toll violation notice if you don’t pay a toll. You can contact the Maine Turnpike Authority violations department for payment.
How do I pay Portland tolls?
You can pay tolls on the Maine Turnpike with an E-ZPass transponder or cash.
How much are tolls in Maine?
The toll prices on the Maine Turnpike are between $0.50 and $7.00 for a Class 1 car or vehicle, depending on where you enter and exit and how you pay.
Is E-ZPass accepted in Maine?
Yes, you can pay with an E-ZPass transponder.
- Toll Road Name: Maine Turnpike, Maine
- On Which Highways: Interstates 95, 195, 295, 495
- Connecting Cities or States: Kittery to Augusta
- Cost of the Toll Road: Fixed rate based on axle, weight and distance traveled
- Autos: $7.00 max for full length no pass
- Trucks: $31.55 max for full length no pass
- Calculate your toll costs here: http://www.maineturnpike.com/Traveler-Services/Tolls.aspx
- Distance of the Toll Road: 109 miles 175.41 Km
- How to pay: cash, E-ZPASS
- History: The Maine Turnpike was New England’s first superhighway and the first of its kind in the United States built without state or federal tax dollars. It remains independent until today.
- How to Use: The Maine Turnpike has five service plazas where drivers can find fuel, food and other services. Each plaza service station provides gas, diesel, oil, fluids, a limited selection of tires and 24/7 radio contact with the Maine Turnpike’s Communications Center. Rest rooms are also available at these service plazas.
- When to Use: The Maine Turnpike runs from the state line of New Hampshire to Augusta, Maine’s capitol. It passes through the following cities: Kittery, Saco, Portland, Lewiston, Gardiner, and Augusta. There are many attractions along the route.
- Discounts: E-ZPASS users receive discounted toll rates.
- Future Plans: The Maine Turnpike Authority’s 2015 Capital Program includes $53.5 million for construction projects including: Resurfacing, guardrail and clearzone improvements, bridge repair and rehabilitation, interchange and Park and Ride improvements, and Cash lane toll plaza improvements and conversions to open road tolling.