Massachusetts E-ZPass Information

E-ZPass Accounts, Agencies, Roads and Compatibility




Massachusetts And E-ZPass In Brief

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E-ZPassThe toll pass issued by the commonwealth of Massachusetts is E-ZPass. Drivers using the E-ZPass can drive in E-ZPass toll lanes and use all-electronic toll roads. Additionally, drivers with a toll pass compatible with the E-ZPass can use their pass on toll roads in the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

For help installing a toll pass, see our Install Toll Pass section for complete mounting instructions.

To calculate a toll for a road or a trip, see our toll calculator page.

Agencies Issuing Passes In Massachusetts


What Roads In Massachusetts Take E-ZPass?

The E-ZPass and compatible passes can be used on the following roads in the commonwealth of Massachusetts:

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callahan tunnel
massachusetts turnpike
maurice j tobin memorial bridge
sumner tunnel
ted williams tunnel

Some states may issue discounts for using a toll pass, but not all. In states or on roads where there is a discount, the discount may be limited to those with an account with that state's toll pass system, i.e.: commonwealth of Massachusetts.

To learn what discounts may apply to you, simply use our toll calculators. Applicable discounts, and the terms that apply, are shown for each roadway.

Please see the sections below for an easy-to-understand reference to toll pass interoperability. You may download these reference materials as well.

See our Install Toll Pass section for complete mounting instructions for your toll pass.




Order The Massachusetts E-ZPass

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How Do I Get A Pass For Massachusetts?

If you want to order a Massachusetts E-ZPass, the options below will guide you to the proper agencies in Massachusetts.

When you order a pass, you will be required to set up a toll pass account with the state or regional agency that issues the transponder or sticker.

After you get your pass, you will need to associate the transponder number with the vehicle you are using.

Often, families will have more than one vehicle and, consequently, more than one pass on their account. Most agencies permit more than one transponder to be assigned to an account, but only one vehicle may be assigned to a transponder ID at any given time.

Order A New Massachusetts E-ZPass

Available Passes In Massachusetts By Agency

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Massachusetts E-ZPass

Account Information For The Massachusetts E-ZPass

If you wish to order the E-ZPass issued by Massachusetts, the commonwealth offers the following types of accounts:

E-ZPass For Private Individuals or Families

Chances are you have more than one car in your family household, and you can manage all your transponders from a single account! Families or other Individual accounts may have up to four active transponder tags per account, with up to ten private vehicles listed on the account. As a quick guide, the following conditions must apply:

  • Vehicle must be individually owned
  • May be any two-axle private vehicle or motorcycle, including cars, vans, pickups


E-ZPass for Commercial/Business

Maryland permits businesses to have an unlimited number of transponder tags registered for a single account. This option is also used for private vehicles with three or more axles.

Commericial accounts can be used in one or more of the following ways:

  • Vehicles have three axles or more
  • Vehicle is a taxi, is a vehicle with livery, has combination or commercial plates
  • Unlimited vehicles per account
  • Prepaid and Post-paid options available
  • Post-pay requires $5k minimum surety bond



NOTICE! These are links to the official toll agencies representing or issuing the passes listed. is not affliated with any government agency.

See our Install Toll Pass section for complete mounting instructions for your toll pass.



Where To Use E-ZPass


Using E-ZPass Outside Massachusetts

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What States Accept E-ZPass?

Other states that accept the E-ZPass are shown here. Only the locations we can verify that accept the E-ZPass will be shown here.

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While there are states where the E-ZPass is accepted in some areas, unless the E-ZPass is accepted statewide, it will not be listed above.

To make certain your toll pass is compatible with other states' tolling systems, see the reference sections below for additional detail and maps.




E-ZPass And Compatible passes / Networks

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Will My Pass Work In Massachusetts?

The following transponders are accepted on the toll roads in Massachusetts. Any toll pass/transponder with a logo matching those shown below will be compatible with the E-ZPass network in Massachusetts.

Be aware that discounts given for using a toll pass or transponder may be restricted or otherwise limited to passes issued by Massachusetts.

  • e-zpass
  • i-pass
  • riverlink
  • quick pass
  • epass-xtra
  • uni
  • sunpass pro

Compatible passes issued by states other than Massachusetts may not qualify for discount tolls, but the transponder will work on toll roads within the commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Which Passes Will Not Work In Massachusetts?

Crucially, if you have a toll pass or transponder that is used with one of the following networks, your pass will not work in Massachusetts.

  • epass
  • expresstoll
  • eztag
  • fastrak
  • go pass
  • good to go
  • k-tag
  • leeway
  • macpass
  • palmetto pass
  • peach pass
  • pikepass
  • sunpass
  • toll tag
  • tolltag
  • trip tag
  • txtag

Regional pass compatibility has become quite common, particularly across the New England states to the Midwest and through the Mid-Atlantic. Additionally, two other large, regional networks dominate the Southern Plains and the Deep South.



Toll Pass Networks

Basics For All Networks

Most states' and many regions' toll agencies have their version of an electronic toll sticker or transponder that may be used to pay your tolls without having to use cash. In most jurisdictions, the use of an electronic transponder will result in lower toll costs, as many agencies discount the toll rates for toll pass users. The discounts can be substantial for regular haulers and commuters, who may need to use a specific road or group of roads on a consistent basis.

E-ZPass States

The E-ZPass system is the largest interoperable toll collection and payment system in the United States.

States connected to the E-ZPass system include Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia.

Additionally, as of May 28, 2021, all of Florida's toll roads are compatible with E-ZPass.

E-ZPass compatibility map

SunPass States

The SunPass is used primarily on state and local toll roads in Florida. SunPass unveiled the Sunpass Pro in 2021, which is compatible with all E-ZPass roads. E-ZPass transponders and stickers are now compatible on Florida toll roads.

It is important to note that Sunpass stickers and transponders issued before May 28, 2021 are only compatible with Georgia and North Caroilna toll roads; the LeeWay, issued in the Fort Myers area, is also only compatible with the old SunPass network system, not the new one.

The accompanying graphics show where each version of SunPass is compatible, and it displays the passes that are compatible with the network of states shown.

SunPass Pro: Compatible With E-ZPass

SunPass Pro compatibility map

Regular SunPass: NOT Compatible With E-ZPass

SunPass compatibility map



TxTag & The Southern Plains

TxTag is the statewide pass used across the state of Texas. There are two other major regional systems in Texas: the TollPass from the Dallas-Fort Worth area and the TollTag from the Houston area. Both systems are compatible across the state of Texas.

Additionally, all passes from Texas may be used in Oklahoma and Kansas, and vice versa. The Kansas K-Tag and the Oklahoma PikePass are also compatible across this tri-state region of the Southern Plains.

TxTag compatibility map


FasTrak is California's statewide electronic toll system. It is not compatible with systems outside California.

Other Passes

There are other toll systems in states that operate toll roads, tunnels and/or bridges. These include Colorado's ExpressToll and Go Pass!, the Good To Go pass in Washington State, as well as various bridge passes and cards that are used at international crossings between the United States and Canada.

We are preparing to publish an updated toll pass compendium for 2021. However, you may view and download a our old combo file containing all three of the major networks. This file was created by in 2017 and last updated in 2018.


Counting Axles Guide

Guide to counting axles
▷ When counting axles, remember to count ALL axles with wheels touching the ground, including axles on any trailers you may be towing. This is the calculus tolling agencies will use to determine the number of axles on your vehicle.


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