How much is the 301 toll in Delaware?

Route 301 Tolls. Toll charges on U.S. Route 301 for two axle cars, vans, SUVs, pickups and motorcycles for the full trip are $4 for E-Z Pass and $5.60 for toll-by-plate. From northbound Levels Road to Route 1, the toll is $1 for E-Z Pass and $1.40 for toll-by-plate.

Is Oso Parkway a toll road?

The new bridge improves traffic flow and enhances safety on Oso Parkway and direct access to the 241 Toll Road supports traffic flow in the area. Construction of the Oso Parkway Bridge began in August 2018 and the project opened to drivers, pedestrians and the community on January 13, 2021.

Are tolls suspended in Delaware?

Frequently Asked Questions. The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission temporarily suspended cash collections at its seven barrier toll plazas as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.

How many tolls do you pay in Delaware?

Delaware has three main toll plazas and three automated ramps.

How much are the toll roads in California?

Costs vary and can range from $3 to $10/day + tolls, whether you use it or not.

Can I use FasTrak on the 241?

Starting July 1, 2019, prepaid FasTrakĀ® accountholders will be eligible to earn discounted toll rates on The Toll Roads (State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261). For information on carpooling with FasTrak, visit:

What happens if I don’t have money to pay a toll?

Without an attendant, most tolls now use cameras. This means, if you don’t pay, the camera will capture your license plate information, and you’ll be able to pay a few different ways. Most states send you the bill in the mail, allowing you to mail a check back, pay online, or call them!

Can you pay cash for Delaware tolls?

You can pay tolls by Cash or using E-ZPass tag.