Indiana Toll Road awaits rate adjustments

A new rate increase is coming to the Indiana Toll Road—a 157-mi. corridor that spans the state from east to west and consists of sections of I-80/90/94 to serve as a conduit from Illinois to Ohio—effective June 3

A new rate increase is coming to the Indiana Toll Road—a 157-mi. corridor that spans the state from east to west and consists of sections of I-80/90/94 to serve as a conduit from Illinois to Ohio—effective June 3.

To travel the full length of Indiana’s toll road, a typical five-axle semi is going to pay $18, versus the current $14.55 rate. However, the new rate drops for two-axle trucks and buses to $4.65 from $7.55. Larger delivery trucks and tour buses should see an increase to $8.25 from $8.85.

For more information, go to www.in.gov/serv/presscal?PF=dot&Clist=6&Elist=86547.

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