NORTH CAROLINA Toll Roads Map NEW

North Carolina Toll Roads

Drive comfortably throughout North Carolina using its convenient modern toll roads: the Triangle Expressway and the Monroe Expressway. The NC open-road tolling approach, with no toll booths and an all-electronic system, ensures that all travellers have a fast and reduced-congestion trip. Start exploring toll road information for your next road trip today.

NC Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay North Carolina tolls?

You can pay electronically with an NC Quick Pass, E-ZPass, SunPass or Peach Pass. You can also pay online with the bill by mail system.

How do I pay a missed toll in North Carolina?

You can pay using the Bill by Mail program. Payment can be made online or by mail or over the phone.

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

If you don’t pay within 30 days of the date of your Bill by Mail statement, the vehicle’s registered owner can be charged extra fees and face civil penalties or DMV registration holds.

How much are tolls in North Carolina?

The toll rate depends on how many axles your vehicle has and where you enter and exit the toll road.

How do I pay Raleigh-Durham tolls?

You can pay using the NC Quick Pass or another accepted transponder, or with the Bill by Mail program.

How do I pay Charlotte tolls?

The I-77 Express Lanes charge tolls if there are less than 3 people in the vehicle. You can pay with an NC Quick Pass or other transponder, or via the Bill by Mail system.

How do I pay Chapel Hill tolls?

You can pay using the NC Quick Pass or another accepted transponder, or with the Bill by Mail program.

Are NC Quick Pass and E-ZPass the same?

While they are two different transponders, you can use an E-ZPass to pay tolls in North Carolina.