Pennsylvania Toll Roads | Calculate Toll Prices
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Pennsylvania Turnpike Mainline
- Toll Road Name: Pennsylvania Turnpike/Main Line, Pennsylvania
- On Which Highways: Interstates 76, 476, 276
- Connecting Cities: Ohio state line to New Jersey state line connecting the Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Philadelphia areas.
- Cost of the Toll Road: fixed rate based on axle/weight/distance traveled
- Autos: $46.10 max for full main line travel , $32.95 min for full main line travel with pass
- Trucks: $246.20 max for 7 axles full main line travel, $176.74 min for 7 axles full main line travel
- Calculate the cost of your trip here: http://www.paturnpike.com/toll/tollmileage.aspx
- Distance of the Toll Road: 360.09 miles 579.51 km
- How to pay: E-ZPass, cash
- History: The Turnpike has been in operation since 1940 and when it opened was the first long distance limited access road in the United States. It provides a direct link between the Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern states and halves the travel time between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.
- How to Use: There are many service plazas dotted across the route and they are open 24 hours a day providing fuel and food options. In addition, from April to November there are seasonal outdoor Farmers Markets located at the New Stanton, Allentown, and Sideling Hill Service Plazas.
- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, which provide 220 volts with 32 amps of power, are installed and ready for customers to use at four turnpike service plazas. Oakmont, New Stanton, Bowmansville, and King of Prussia now have Blink Level II EV charging stations available.
- A Traveler Information Welcome Center is located at the King of Prussia Service Plaza in eastern Pennsylvania, offering directions and travel advice.
- When to Use: The Turnpike runs east-west through the state and connects the Pittsburg, Harrisburg and Philadelphia areas. In the central part of the state the highway crosses the Appalachian Mountains through four tunnels. The route runs from the Ohio state line and into New Jersey over the Delaware River Bridge. There are numerous strategically located interchanges along the turnpike that offer convenient connections to other highways.
- Discounts: E-ZPass drivers pay discounted toll rates.