Michigan Toll Roads

Drive comfortably throughout Michigan's few toll bridges, including some intarnational toll bridges connecting to Canada. Check payment methods, missing payments, toll costs and history of the most important tolls for your upcoming trip within Michigan!

MI Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay Michigan tolls?

You can pay tolls for bridges and tunnels in Michigan using a Nexpress or Nexus tag, MacPass or other accepted transponder, or with cash in US or Canadian dollars.

How do I pay a missed toll in Michigan?

Paying a missed toll depends on which bridge or tunnel you used, as they are managed by different agencies. Generally you will receive an invoice in the mail with instructions on how to pay.

What happens if I don't pay a toll in Michigan?

If you don’t have a transponder or pay with cash, you will receive an invoice by mail. If you don’t pay the invoice by the due date, you will have to pay penalties, and in extreme cases your registration can be suspended.

How much are tolls in Michigan?

You pay depending on how many axles the vehicle has, and on the Ambassador Bridge, how heavy the vehicle is. Prices are generally between $2.00 and $5.00 for a 2-axle vehicle.

How do I pay Detroit tolls?

You can pay tolls on the Ambassador Bridge with cash or the Nexus tag, on the Grosse Ile Toll Bridge with cash or the bridge pass, and the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel with a tag or cash.

Is E-ZPass accepted in Michigan?

No, you cannot pay with E-ZPass in Michigan. You can pay using NexPass or Nexus tags, MacPass or another accepted transponder. Cash is also accepted.