Everything you need to know about the Florida Toll Relief programFeb 03, 2023
A new Toll Relief Program will provide Floridians with 35 or more monthly toll transactions, benefiting 1.2 million drivers.
Proposed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and enacted by the Florida Legislature, the program runs through Dec. 31, 2023.
In a Florida Department of Transportation Press Release Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Jared W. Perdue said, “This program is expected to benefit approximately 1.2 million drivers and will save the average commuter nearly $400 in the 2023 calendar year.” “The Department is proud to partner with Governor DeSantis and the Legislature in supporting the people of Florida, especially in times where every bit of savings can make a difference for a family.”
Drivers of two-axle vehicles utilizing SunPass or other Florida-based transponders, and maintaining accounts in good standing with 25 or more qualifying toll transactions per month will receive a 50% credit to their account, under the Toll Relief Program.
The Selmon Express is one of the most prominent toll roads in Florida. Sunpass drivers experience a cost of at least 97 cents to traverse the expressway. Drivers devoid of a Sunpass, pay costs of at least $1.33.
A map of included toll facilities and more information related to the program can be found here. The Florida Turnpike Enterprise operates Sunpass, a prepaid electronic toll collection program. To learn more about SunPass visit SunPass.com or call 1-888-TOLL-FLA (1-888-865-5352).