For this agency, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, the license plate toll option is called Toll By Plate. This term may not apply to all agencies across Pennsylvania.
Toll by Plate invoices will be generated about forty (40) days after a vehicle has passed through a tolling location. Payment is due by due date. Pre-payments not allowed. Invoice must be generated before Toll by Plate payment can be made.
A list of this agency's roads, currently accepting license plate payments, along with any restrictions or special rules, is shown further down this page.
You also have payment options directly below, if you want to pay an invoice or violation.
Buttons will take you to the agency website or agency-authorized website designated for online payments. If a button is faded, the option is not available.
Third party websites open in a new tab or window.
For specifics about each payment type, please see "Paying Tolls In Pennsylvania".
Details about license plate payment options, by roadway, can be found below.
For statewide license plate toll information, please see "Plate Tolls In Pennsylvania".
Roads where you can pay by plate:
Cities Served: Philadelphia, Valley Forge, Harrisburg, Breezewood, New Stanton, Norristown, Allentown, Pittsburgh, New Castle, Cranberry, King Of Prussia, Wilkes Barre, → Includes Northeast Extension, Scranton
pa turnpike 576 (AKA: SOUTHERN BELTWAY)
Cities Served: Pittsburgh
beaver valley expressway (AKA: INTERSTATE 376)
Cities Served: Beaver Falls, Big Beaver, Hermitage, New Beaver, New Castle, West Middlesex
mon fayette expressway (AKA: PA 43 TURNPIKE)
Cities Served: Brownsville, Uniontown, Jefferson Hills, Monongahela
pa turnpike 66 (AKA: AMOS K HUTCHINSON BYPASS, GREENSBURG BYPASS)
Cities Served: New Stanton, Murrysville, Greensburg, Jeannette, Youngwood
Here are ways you are allowed to pay tolls. If a limited plate payment option is available, the restrictions will be displayed in red for each roadway shown.
These are the roads that do not allow license plate payment:
delaware river bridge