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Calculate New York State Thruway Tolls.

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NOTE: EXIT NUMBERS MAY NOT CORRESPOND TO MILE MARKERS ON ALL ROADWAYS.

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New York State Thruway Quick Reference

ROAD BASICS

The NYS Thruway begins in the Bronx, NY, and runs predominantly north-south until it reaches Albany, the state capital.

From Albany to Buffalo, the NYS Thruway runs predominantly east-west, and at Buffalo, the roadway turns southwesterly, remaining fairly parallel to the coast of Lake Erie, south to the Pennsylvania state line.

Additionally, there is a short extension, called the Berkshire Connector, that links the NYS Thruway mainline to the Massachusetts Turnpike, south of Albany.

  • ► Major Cities Served:

    • Albany
    • Amsterdam
    • Buffalo
    • Cheektowaga
    • New York City
    • Poughkeepsie
    • Rochester
    • Schenectady
    • Seneca
    • Utica
    • White Plains
    • Yonkers
  • ►  VIEW MAP ► 
  • ► Travel Direction: Southbound and Northbound
  • ► Starting exit and Mile Marker: Jerome Ave - E 233rd St - Maj. Deegan Expy at Mile Marker 0.1, in Bronx.
  • ► Ending exit and Mile Marker: Shortman Road - Ripley at Mile Marker 494.9, in Ripley.
  • ► Approximate Total Distance: 494.8 miles/796.6 kilometers
          TOTAL DISTANCE MEASURES DRIVING DISTANCE BETWEEN STARTING AND ENDING EXITS FOR THIS ROADWAY
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TOLL CLASSES

Vehicle Classes For This Road

The New York State Thruway uses the following 'Class' definitions for vehicles:

  • ► Class 2L: 2-axle vehicle under 90" or motorcycle 
  • ► Class 3L: 3-axle vehicle under 90" 
  • ► Class 4L: 4-axles or more and vehicle under 90" 
  • ► Class 2H: 2-axle vehicle over 90" 
  • ► Class 3H: 3-axle vehicle over 90" 
  • ► Class 4H: 4-axle vehicle over 90" 
  • ► Class 5H: 5-axle vehicle over 90" 
  • ► Class 6H: 6-axle vehicle over 90" 
  • ► Class 7H: 7-axles or more and vehicle over 90" 

Counting Axles

Count each axle with wheels on the ground.

More detailed vehicle class information may be found on the Toll Payments page.

 MORE INFORMATION ► 

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