The electronic transponder/sticker issued by the State of Ohio is E-ZPass.
Drivers using the E-ZPass can drive in E-ZPass toll lanes and use all-electronic toll roads. Drivers from another state can also use a compatible transponderon Ohio toll roads.
▸ The E-ZPass can also be used on toll roads and most bridges in Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and West Virginia.
The following transponders are accepted on the toll roads in Ohio, where you see a toll sign displaying the logos below. Any toll pass/transponder with a logo matching those shown below will be compatible with the E-ZPass network in Ohio.
Be aware that discounts given for using a toll pass or transponder may be restricted or otherwise limited to passes issued by Ohio (highlighted).
The main transponder issued in the State of Ohio is E-ZPass.
If you wish to order the E-ZPass, the state offers the following types of accounts:
Ohio offers both pre-paid and post-paid E-ZPass options for individuals and businesses. All options require you open an E-ZPass account where funds and payments may be managed.
The pre-paid option requires that you have money on your account and maintain money on account in order to pay for tolls as they are incurred.
The post-paid option may be of value for commuters or businesses that spend a minimum of $1,000 per year on tolls. This option does require a surety bond; however, for large fleets, the post-paid option may be of benefit. For interstate haulers, this could be quite useful for travel among other E-ZPass states.
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Use the options below to guide you buying a transponder for Ohio.
It is normal to get a toll transponder from the most prominent agency in any given state; however, how you travel can influence whether you get a different transponder, or even more than one.
Families and businesses will often have more than one vehicle. This usually means there is more than one transponder/pass on an account.
Most agencies allow more than one transponder to be assigned to an account, often up to five per family, and more for businesses. However, only one transponder or sticker ID can be assigned to any one vehicle at any given time.
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. This is how you will manage your transponders, your vehicles and add funds to your new toll passes.
When you get your pass, you will need to associate the identification number on the transponder or sticker with the vehicle you are using.
Proper installation of your new sticker or transponder is vital to assuring the device can be read by tolling equipment.
The illustration below provides a quick reference, and we have a complete installation guide, including special instructions for installing license-plate transponders, which are often used on large trucks and vehicles with metal-oxide windows.
NOTICE! If you are using a toll pass or transponder with one of the following networks, your pass will not work in Ohio.
Refer to our nationwide road guide to see which passes work for each toll road across North America.
Agency: Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission
States where E-ZPass is accepted are shown here. You can review transponder options and rules for each state shown below, as well as calculate your tolls and view maps.
Select a state for transponder information. Use the buttons at right for more options.
We only show above those states where we can verify acceptance of E-ZPass.