Tidbits on tolls: Where the money goes, state-by-state breakdown and more

| September 11, 2013

What states have the most tolls? And how is the money divvied up?

The infographic below, put together by CJ Pony Parts, E-Z Pass, Fox News, Toll Road News and Tollfinder.com, offers a glimpse into questions like that regarding tolls in the U.S.

Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey have the most toll roads — 21-30 each — while a large chunk of the U.S. has fewer than five per state, says the “Tale of the Tolls” infographic.

Also, a trip down I-95 from New York City to Disney World in Orlando would run upwards of $28 in tolls, the infographic shows:

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  • jesse wood

    these prices for tolls from nyc to orlando is for cars trucks would be 10 times that amount

  • Kurt Keilhofer

    This information is not accurate. Kansas and OKlahoma are not part of EZPass, but have electronic tolling. The PA Pike is not profitable, it is complying with Act 44 which makes the toll road support other state funded functions, basically taxing interstate shipments which is illegal.

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