Differences Between E-PASS & SunPass
1) What are the differences between E-PASS & SunPass?
E-PASS is owned and operated by the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) and SunPass is owned and operated by Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) / Florida Turnpike Enterprise (FTE).
|Toll agency||Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX), which is governed by local elected officials and appointees from Brevard, Lake Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. The public is invited to attend CFX Board meetings to offer input on roadway projects, tolling policies, or any topic they wish.||Florida Turnpike Enterprise (FTE), part of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)|
|Toll revenues||Invested locally, in Central Florida||Invested statewide|
|Types of toll transponders||Sticker, Portable, College branded toll stickers (UF, FSU, UCF), E-PASS Xtra||Sticker and Portable|
|Cost of toll sticker||FREE||$4.99|
|Cost of portable||$9.95||$19.99|
|Discount programs for frequent customers with electronic transponders||Yes. Click here for more information on toll discounts.||No|
|Offer drive-up service to add funds to your account||Yes. Everywhere you see a Reload sign.||No|
• Prepaid electronic toll collection system that allows you to automatically pay tolls as you drive
• Toll lanes in FL, GA, and NC accept E-PASS and SunPass
• Accepted at Orlando International Airport
2) How are the E-PASS and SunPass toll paying systems linked?
E-PASS and SunPass are prepaid toll collection systems that allow you to automatically pay tolls as you drive on any toll road in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. This is because Florida toll agencies operate under an interoperability agreement. This agreement is to collect tolls on behalf of the owner of the road. For example, if an E-PASS customer travels on a FDOT/FTE owned toll road, when the customer goes through a tolling point, the tolling system forwards the transaction information to CFX. CFX charges the customer’s E-PASS account and forwards the toll amount to FDOT/FTE. The same process happens to SunPass customers that choose CFX owned toll roads.
Here’s how the interoperability works when functioning properly:
1. E-PASS and SunPass electronically transfer toll transactions daily for processing.
2. E-PASS customer toll transactions are posted to your E-PASS account and appear on your E-PASS billing statement.
3. E-PASS customers receive only one monthly statement, an aggregation of all toll transactions incurred on any toll road where E-PASS is accepted.
4. E-PASS customers are responsible for ensuring there are sufficient funds on their prepaid account to cover the cost of tolls, regardless of which tolling agency operates the toll road.
3) Where does my E-PASS work?
E-PASS works on all toll roads in Florida and is accepted everywhere SunPass and LeeWay are accepted. This includes toll roads operated by the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX), Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA), Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX), Florida Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) and the Cape Coral, Midpoint Memorial, and Sanibel Causeway bridges in Lee County.
E-PASS is also accepted in Georgia and North Carolina everywhere PeachPass and NC Quick Pass are accepted.
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4) I have additional questions. How do I contact customer support?
If you have questions or concerns, customer support is here to help. Please contact us:
Phone: (407) 823-7277 or 1-800-353-7277
8:00AM – 6:00PM (Monday through Friday)
Walk-In Customer Service Center:
762 South Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL, 32822
(Located in the Pinar Plaza)
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Monday through Friday)
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Saturdays)
Click the link below to see which Central Florida toll roads are owned by CFX and which are owned by FDOT/FTE?