New York Toll Roads | Calculate Toll Prices

New York has over 30 toll roads which can make driving very complicated, to know where toll roads are and how much you have to pay for each toll road. Below you will be able to discover every toll road in New York, making it easy to get around New York with knowing how much each toll road costs and where it is located. Just click on the toll road that you are interested in and all of the information will appear, to make your trip to New York easier.

Niagara Connector

  • Toll Road Name:  Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway /Niagara Section, New York
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 190
  • Connecting Cities: Buffalo to Niagara Falls
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed rate depending on axles and distance traveled
  • Autos: $1.00 max for full length$0.95 min for full length
  • Trucks: $5.00 max for full length$2.99 min for full length
  • Calculate the cost of your trip here: http://www.thruway.ny.gov/travelers/tolls/calc/index.html
  • Distance of the Toll Road:21.60 miles 34.76 km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, cash
  • History: The Niagara Section was originally designated Interstate 90N in 1957.How to Use: When to Use: The Niagara section of the New York Thruway leads from downtown Buffalo to Niagara Falls and then into Canada.

New England Thruway

  • Toll Road Name: Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway /New England Section, New York
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 95
  • Connecting Cities: Pelham Parkway in the Bronx to the Connecticut state line
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed rate depending on axles and distance traveled
  • Autos: $1.75 max for full length $1.66 min for full length
  • Trucks: $9.75 max for full length $5.73 min for full length
  • Find more information about cost here: http://www.thruway.ny.gov/travelers/tolls/calc/index.html
  • Distance of the Toll Road: 15 miles 24.14 km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, cash
  • How to Use: The New England Thruway segment of the New York Thruway does not actually run through any part of New England.
  • When to Use: The New England section connects the Bronx to the eastern shore of suburban Westchester county and to the Connecticut Turnpike.

Niagara Connector

  • Toll Road Name:  Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway /Niagara Section, New York
  • On Which Highways:  Interstate 190
  • Connecting Cities: Buffalo to Niagara Falls
  • Cost of the Toll Road:  Fixed rate depending on axles and distance traveled
  • Autos: $1.00 max for full length$0.95 min for full length
  • Trucks: $5.00 max for full length$2.99 min for full length
  • Calculate the cost of your trip here: http://www.thruway.ny.gov/travelers/tolls/calc/index.html
  • Distance of the Toll Road:21.60 miles 34.76 km
  • How to pay: E-ZPass, cash
  • History: The Niagara Section was originally designated Interstate 90N in 1957.How to Use: When to Use: The Niagara section of the New York Thruway leads from downtown Buffalo to Niagara Falls and then into Canada.

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