Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls set to increase again in 2018

| July 24, 2017

For the 10th consecutive year, owner-operators will see increased fees on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 2018.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission approved a 6 percent increase for both E-ZPass and cash customers, which will take effect Jan. 7, 2018. The increase will see the most common toll for a Class 8 truck increase from $23.60 to $25.01 for E-ZPass and from $33.10 to $35.08 for cash.

The annual increases of 3 to 6 percent are expected to continue for the Turnpike through 2044, according to PTC Chairman Sean Logan in 2015.

According to a statement from the turnpike authority, such increases are required to meet the PTC’s various funding obligations, which include supporting PennDOT’s improvements along the 550-mile toll-road system.

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