Georgia Toll Roads
The US interchange is designed to optimize traffic. There are not only municipal roads for this but also toll roads, as well as expressways. When traveling on highways, a toll is charged. It must be paid on time, otherwise, there will be additional fines.
Unfortunately, the tourist does not always understand where there are toll roads in Georgia, and where there is the free highway. Due to this, payment problems often arise. But you have to understand that if the payment for the ride is not received on time, then the registration of the car may be suspended.
Our Uproad app saves you time. How does it do it? It pays the fee automatically. You don’t need to look for a map or get out of the car. The app notifies you in a timely manner when you enter a toll road.
There are not many toll roads in Georgia - there are 4 of them. It is easy to distinguish them. Download our Uproad application, and you will always be aware of where the toll roads are and where the municipal transport line is.
l-85 Express Lanes in Georgia
The freeway is between the south of l-285 to the northeast of Atlanta and the place where l-85 begins to widen. It’s happening in Gwinnett County. The track has several entrances and exits.
It is worth noting that l-85 is a transit route that allows you to significantly reduce the time when entering and leaving Atlanta. Northbound is represented by Chamblee Tucker Road, Pleasantdale Road express lane.
I-85 Express Lane Extension
It is a 10-mile extension of the existing l-85 road. It is intended for transit to and from Atlanta. It begins north of l-85 at Old Peachtree Road and extends to Hamilton Mill Road.
As with the main l-85, there are multiple entrances and exits. You can find them at Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, I-985, SR 20 Buford Drive, and Hamilton Mill Road. On the south side of SR 20, Buford Drive, Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Old Peachtree Road, and the extension to I-85 Express Lanes.
I-75 South Metro Express Lanes
These speed lanes are additional reversing lanes used during the day. They stretch north and south and they are built to reduce the load on the main transport junctions, to reduce travel time. South Metro Lanes are closed from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon, and from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the evening. They are located north of State Route 155, north of State Route 20, Jonesboro Road, and south of State Route 138.
Northwest Corridor Express Lane
It is located in the northwestern part. On Saturdays, express lanes operate only in the southbound direction. Hickory Grove Rd, Big Shanty Rd, Roswell Rd, Terrell Mill Rd and north of Akers Mill Rd on l-75 and on Chastain Rd, Alabama Rd and south of Sixes Rd.
l-85 Express Lanes in Georgia — from 10 up to 90 cents per mile;
I-85 Express Lane Extension — from 10 cents and depends on traffic density;
I-75 South Metro Express Lanes — the price is changeable, starting from 10 cents;
Northwest Corridor Express Lane — minimum price: 10 cents.