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Calculate Pennsylvania Turnpike Tolls.

CALCULATOR

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

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Pennsylvania Turnpike Quick Reference

ROAD BASICS

The PA Turnpike Mainline is approximately 359 miles long. The PA Turnpike has an extension, called the Northeast Extension, which runs from the PA Turnipke Mainline, just east of the Germantown Pike exit, Exit 333, north to Allentown, Wilkes Barre, Scranton and ending adjacent to I-81.

The exit for the Northeast Extension is, itself, not numbered.

The Extension has its own mileage numbering system, and it is labeled as \"NE Ext\" in the toll calculator's drop-down menus.

  • ► Major Cities Served:

    • → Includes Northeast Extension
    • Allentown
    • Breezewood
    • Cranberry
    • Harrisburg
    • King Of Prussia
    • New Castle
    • New Stanton
    • Norristown
    • Philadelphia
    • Pittsburgh
    • Scranton
    • Valley Forge
    • Wilkes Barre
  • ►  VIEW MAP ► 
  • ► Travel Direction: Westbound and Eastbound
  • ► Starting exit and Mile Marker: Westgate / Ohio Turnpike at Mile Marker 1.4, in Enon Valley.
  • ► Ending exit and Mile Marker: NE Ext / I–81 / US 11 / Clarks Summit at Mile Marker 131.3, in Clarks Summit.
  • ► Approximate Total Distance: 470 miles/756.7 kilometers (includes extension)
          TOTAL DISTANCE MEASURES DRIVING DISTANCE BETWEEN STARTING AND ENDING EXITS FOR THIS ROADWAY
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TOLL CLASSES

Pennsylvania's New Vehicle Classes

Pennsylvania is in the process of converting its tolling to a new vehicle classification structure, and eventually the weight class will be eliminated.

The conversion process began on April 29, 2018 at the Clark's Summit Toll Plaza and the Keyser Avenue Toll Plaza, both located at the north end of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Starting with these barriers, a new axle and height-based system is being tested and implemented.

This new axle and height system is similar to New York, using the same class identifiers as the NYS Thruway. See the insets for reference.

CASH NO LONGER ACCEPTED AT KEYSER AND CLARK

Cash will no longer be accepted at the Keyser Avenue and Clark's Summit Barriers, as Pennsylvania is moving to an open-road tolling system. If you use these barriers and do not have an E-ZPass or compatible toll pass, you will receive an invoice for your tolls.

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Vehicle Classes For This Road

The Pennsylvania Turnpike uses the following 'Class' definitions for vehicles:

  • ► Class 1: Passenger cars, motorcycles, vans, etc. 
  • ► Class 2: 7001 to 15,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 3: 15,001 to 19,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 4: 19,001 to 30,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 5: 30,001 to 45,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 6: 45,001 to 62,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 7: 62,001 to 80,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 8: 80,001 to 100,000 lbs. 
  • ► Class 9: 100,000 lbs. or more 

Additionally, tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are calculated based on the number of axles for your vehicle. When counting axles, make certain to count the axles with wheels on the ground, including any axles on trailers you may be towing.

There are 7 axle designations for Pennsylvania.

When calculating a toll, the following options will be available in the calculator's drop-down menu:

  •  ► 2 Axles 
  •  ► 3 Axles 
  •  ► 4 Axles 
  •  ► 5 Axles 
  •  ► 6 Axles 
  •  ► 7 Axles 
  •  ► 8 Axles 
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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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