Toll Roads in Ohio
|Toll Road Name||Ohio Turnpike, Ohio|
|On Which Highways||Interstates 76, 80, 90|
|Connecting Cities||Indiana Toll Road to Pennsylvania Turnpike|
|Cost of the Toll Road||Fixed rate based on axle, weight and distance traveled|
|Auto Cost||$17.50 max for full length no pass, $11.75 max for length with pass (calculate your toll costs here: www.ohioturnpike.org/e-zpass/toll-rates)|
|Truck Cost||$87.50 max for full length no pass, $76.00 max for full length with pass|
|Distance of the Toll Road||241.26 miles - 388.27 km|
|How to pay||cash, E-ZPASS|
|Discounts||E-ZPASS users receive discounted toll rates.|
How and When to Use the Ohio Turnpike
The Ohio Turnpike has service plazas located approximately every 30-50 miles. Service plazas are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They are easily accessible as drivers do not have to exit the Turnpike or pay a fee to visit them. Restaurants, fuel stations, restrooms, ATMs; as well as dog walk areas and water are to be found at each service plaza.
The Ohio Turnpike runs east-west along the northern corridor of Ohio and serves as a primary corridor to Chicago and Pittsburgh. There are many attractions along the route, find more information here: https://www.ohioturnpike.org/travelers/attractions
The Ohio Turnpike is officially named the James W. Schocknessy Ohio Turnpike and opened in 1955.