Washington DC Toll Roads
Interchanges in the USA are a separate form of architectural art. Each highway is equipped with modern traffic control devices.
You can get lost. This problem occurs when changing the road. There are both municipal (free) and toll roads in Washington. The Uproad app will notify you about toll roads. We have thousands of regular users. Download the app, choose a car, and you will receive 24/7 assistance while driving. It works on Android, iPhone.
Bridge SR 520 (Point Floating Bridge)
The bridge passes over Lake Washington. It connects Seattle with the eastern part of King County, in particular with the regions of Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond.
Toll road SR 520 also crosses several other highways, including Interstate 5 in Seattle, SR 202 in Redmond, and l-405 in Bellevue.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge
Toll road in Washington connects several cities. In particular, it connects the city of Tacoma with Gig Harbor on the Kitsap Peninsula via Puget Sound. It is worth noting that this road is the fastest and most convenient way to get to the city of Tacoma from part of the Kitsap Peninsula.
This road can be reached from Gig Harbor via Olympic Drive NW, 36th Street NW, or 24th Street NW. On the east side, you can exit the toll road at N Jackson Avenue, Pearl Street, S 19th Street West or Orchard Street. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge is open 24 hours a day.
SR 167 Hot Lanes
The SR 167 express lanes connect I-405 in Renton to Eighth Street East in Pacific. Also, the highway provides a quick drive.
If you don’t want to pay, then you can use standard lanes. But you have to understand that in this case, you will have to spend more time waiting in traffic jams.
l-405 Express Toll Lanes
The toll road express lanes connect Lynwood with Bellevue. Several roads cross on the way, namely SR 520, l-5. While traveling on the l-405 Express Toll Lanes, drivers visit the communities of Redmond and Bothell.
You can also get direct access to express lines in Bellevue NE 6th Street, in Kirkland at NE 128th Street.
SR 99 Tunnel
The toll tunnel connects the SoDo complex in the central part of Seattle with South Lake Union in the north. You can get there through the tunnel on Alaskan Way South or Dexter Avenue North.
Toll roads fees
As in any other state, in Washington DC there is a progressive scale of fees:
SR 520 - the cost is up to $6.3. You can pay with a Good to Go account;
Tacoma Bridge — the cost is from $5 to $7.25. For freight transport — up to $21.75;
SR 167 Express Line — toll road fees vary depending on traffic conditions. The nominal fee is 50 cents, the maximum is 9 dollars;
l-405 — the cost is from 75 cents to 10 dollars. Cargo from 10 thousand pounds is not allowed to use the road;
SR 99 - the cost with Good to Go pass is up to $2.6, without it - up to $4.6.