Overview: Facts & Resources

The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is an independent agency of the state that operates and maintains a regional network of expressways for over 3 million residents and an estimated 75 million visitors in Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties.

The CFX system includes the following expressways:

Putting Customers in the Driver Seat


  • Created by the Florida Legislature in 2014, CFX’s 125-mile user-funded system includes 815 center lane miles, 72 interchanges, 19 mainline tolling facilities, 74 ramp tolling facilities and 342 bridges and eight named expressways.
  • The CFX Governing Board has seven local elected officials, representing the counties of Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole, the city of Orlando, three governor appointees, and the executive director of Florida Turnpike Enterprise as a non-voting advisory member. CFX’s enabling legislation allows the agency to acquire, construct and equip rapid transit, trams and fixed guideways within its right-of-way.


  • On average, more than one million toll transactions are recorded daily, 85 percent of them electronically.
  • E-PASS offers customer loyalty discounts for frequent travel on CFX roads.
  • CFX operates E-PASS, the first electronic toll collection system in Florida, which launched in 1994 and now supports over 1 Million E-PASS accounts. Customers pay 30% less on average than motorists using cash.
  • E-PASS is accepted on all toll roads and most bridges in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina.
  • The E-PASS Sticker is free, whereas other toll stickers cost around $5.
  • College-branded toll stickers KnightPass, NolePass and GatorPass are also available for $18.50 plus tax.
  • Most recently, CFX introduced Uni (formerly named E-PASS Xtra), a toll transponder that works on all toll roads and most bridges in 19 states from Florida to Maine and west to Minnesota.


  • CFX receives no state or local tax dollars. Tolls revenues pay for the entire system, reinvested into local projects in the Central Florida region. See your toll dollars at work.
  • 60% of CFX’s roadways are currently being widened, while rights of way are being reserved for potential new transit corridors.
  • On average, the daily toll revenue on CFX’s system is over $1 million. For the most recent revenue information, view CFX’s monthly performance dashboard.
  • CFX holds A and A2 bond ratings from the three major rating agencies and its outlook, according to the rating agencies, ranges from stable to positive.
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