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Missouri Toll Roads

If you are planning a road trip to Missouri, consider yourself lucky as you don't have to worry much about tolls. There is only one toll bridge in Missouri called the Lake of the Ozarks bridge. Learn about where the toll road is located, cost and other important information about this toll bridge and let Sixt help you plan your road trip in Missouri.

MO Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay Missouri tolls?

The only toll road in Missouri is the Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge. You can pay the toll with cash. 

How do I pay a missed toll in Missouri?

You will need to pay the toll on the Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge with cash and cannot cross without doing so. 

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

It is not possible to cross Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge without paying the toll. 

How much are tolls in Missouri?

The price on the Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge depends on whether it is during the summer months (May through September) or the rest of the year. Vehicles with 2 axles pay $2.00 to $3.00. 

Is E-ZPass accepted in Missouri?

No transponders or electronic payment are accepted in Missouri.

The Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge


Toll Road Name The Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge
On Which Highways State Highway MM
Connecting Cities The Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge connects St. Louis to Kansas City and is goes over the Lake of the Ozarks
Toll Cost for Cars A 2-axle passenger vehicle will pay $3.00, utility trucks and busses cost $5.00.
Truck Toll Cost Trucks with 4 axles or more will pay between $6.50 and $9.50.
How to pay You will need to pay in cash to use the bridge.

How and When to Use the The Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge?

The Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge connects St. Louis in the east to Kansas City in the west. This is the only toll bridge in Missouri. The bridge has a gated booth that only accepts cash, and you cannot cross without paying. Note that the toll charges vary by season and the costs are higher during the summer season and lower during other parts of the year.