Toll Rates FAQs
Yes, there are planned toll increases. The CFX Governing Board authorizes toll increases.
Click here to read CFX’s Toll Policy.
CFX does not receive state or federal appropriations to pay for the construction or maintenance of expressways in the CFX system. Tolls are CFX’s main source of income.
Toll roads are funded through the sale of bonds that are repaid by collecting tolls from drivers who use the roadway. If you don’t drive our expressways, you don’t pay for them.
Gas taxes, vehicle registrations, and other taxes support road projects that are built by the state, not CFX.
CFX expressways help bridge the gap between transportation needs and available resources. Expressways provide vital travel solutions in Central Florida – one of the fastest growing regions in the country.
CFX expressways are funded through the sale of bonds that are repaid by collecting tolls from drivers who use our toll roads. CFX does not receive federal or state appropriations to repay outstanding bonds.
Tolls collected on CFX roadways are reinvested right back into Central Florida. With your safety in mind, 60% of CFX roadways are currently being widened to accommodate future mobility as part of CFX’s $1.9 billion work plan.