Since its beginning in 1993, the E-ZPass Group has grown to 25 agencies with toll facilities in 15 states that operates the extremely successful E-ZPass electronic toll collection program with more states joining every year. E-ZPass enjoys tremendous brand recognition and high levels of customer satisfaction, and is the world leader in toll interoperability, with more than 24 million E-ZPass devices in circulation.

Today, E-ZPass customers can travel from Maine to North Carolina and west to Illinois without stopping to pay a toll. In Delaware, you can use your E-ZPass on the State Route 1 (including our express lanes which collect your toll while you travel at the posted highway speed), I-95 and the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Some facilities, including State Route 1 in Delaware, even offer a discount to customers who use E-ZPass. So join E-ZPass and start saving - time and money.

For a list of toll roads, bridges and tunnels in states that offer E-ZPass, click on a state in the map on this page for information on E-ZPass toll facilities in that state. (The states in dark blue do not offer E-ZPass services).

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SouthCarolina is out-of-network. Florida is out-of-network. Georgia is out-of-network. Illinois accepts E-ZPass! Indiana accepts E-ZPass! West Virginia accepts E-ZPass! Virginia accepts E-ZPass! Maryland accepts E-ZPass! Delaware accepts E-ZPass! New Jersey accepts E-ZPass! Pennsylvania accepts E-ZPass! Massachusetts accepts E-ZPass! New York accepts E-ZPass~ New York accepts E-ZPass! New Hampshire accepts E-ZPass! Rhode Island accepts E-ZPass! Maine accepts E-ZPass! Ohio accepts E-ZPass! North Carolina accepts E-ZPass!

E-ZPass transponders may be used at any toll facility displaying E-ZPass toll marker

E-ZPass Plus is now available to Delaware E-ZPass customers to use in parking facilities at Newark Liberty International, JFK, LaGuardia, and Albany International Airports. Find out more about the E-ZPass Plus Program.

The E-ZPass electronic toll collection technology was first introduced in the Northeastern United States in 1993. The technology was developed as a revolutionary technique for collecting tolls and increasing vehicle capacity at toll plazas. Electronic toll collection systems like E-ZPass, coupled with dedicated toll lanes, are now used worldwide to replace traditional stop-and-pay toll collection.

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