How much does it cost to take the Pennsylvania Turnpike?
To calculate a toll for your trip, use the Toll Calculator below.
If you are traveling the full length of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the following tolls currently apply for the vehicle classes shown.
Ohio Gateway (EB Only) By Total Axles
E-ZPass: 2) $6.30 3) $12.40 4) $18.60 5) $24.80 6+) $31.00
Cash/AET: 2) $13.00 3) $25.50 4) $38.10 5) $50.30 6+) $62.70
Delaware River Bridge (WB Only) By Total Axles
E-ZPass: 2) $6.10 3) $12.00 4) $18.00 5) $23.90 6+) $29.80
Cash/AET: 2) $8.20 3) $16.30 4) $24.20 5) $32.40 6+) $40.30
For Class 8 vehicles or Class 9 vehicles, or to calculate trips that include the Northeast Extension, please use the Toll Calculator below.
Calculate your trip on the Pennsylvania Turnpike using our Toll Calculator. It is always free to use for all toll roads on TurnpikeInfo.com.
NOTICE: Toll calculators are continually updated and checked for accuracy. We make every effort to provide the most current, accurate, official tolls for the roadway you are traveling.
The following is a synopsis of the Pennsylvania Turnpike
► Major Destinations:
► TOTAL DISTANCE MEASURES DRIVING DISTANCE BETWEEN STARTING AND ENDING EXITS FOR THIS ROADWAY
Obey all speed limits! Travel times are approximate and are based on ideal travel conditions. The times displayed here do not take into account any variations in speed, including time taken for rest stops, fuel stops, lodging, adverse traffic conditions or other delays.
NOTICE: Toll calculators are continually updated and checked for accuracy. We make every effort to provide current, accurate, official tolls for the roadway you are traveling.
The primary toll pass for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania is the E-ZPass
The following transponders are accepted on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Any toll pass/transponder with a logo matching those shown below will be compatible with the network on the Pennsylvania Turnpike
▷ Visit the Pennsylvania toll pass page for complete information about compatible passes on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Be aware that discount tolls, those given for using a toll pass or transponder, may be restricted or otherwise limited to only that specific pass issued by Pennsylvania. Compatible passes issued by states other than Pennsylvania may not qualify for discount tolls, although the transponder will work on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The following class or axle definitions will apply for your travel on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. A list of compatible toll transponders is shown below.
Remember, when counting axles, make certain to count all axles with wheels touching the ground. Be sure to include axles on any trailers your vehicle may be towing. That is the criteria for determining the total axles on your vehicle.
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.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike uses the following class definitions for vehicles:
Additionally, tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike are calculated based on the number of axles for your vehicle.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike has 7 axle designations.
When calculating a toll, the following options will be available in the calculator's drop-down menu: