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Revenues collected on the CFX expressways stay local, reinvested into local projects in Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. And, with the Board’s recent approval of a $1.9 billion five-year work plan, this capital and maintenance investment is estimated to create 2,000 local jobs annually. What’s more, 98% of all CFX work is performed by the private sector. Learn more about where your toll dollars go.
Calculate the total amount of tolls along your selected route. Simply choose your payment method, number of axles and your starting & ending points and then click “Calculate Toll”. To view the rates at a specific tolling location, zoom in on the map and click to reveal details for both travel directions.
The stretch of the Wekiva Parkway from Connector Road to Kelly Park Road, built by CFX, opened in summer 2017. Click here to view the CFX Wekiva Parkway Toll Rates.
E-PASS customers pay an average of 23% less on tolls than motorists paying with cash. Plus, they are automatically eligible to receive even greater savings through the CFX Customer Loyalty Discount program. And, during the I-4 Ultimate construction, CFX provides additional Beltway Discounts for E-PASS customers who frequent the Beltway (SR 414, SR 417, and SR 429).
Toll Rate Policy
It’s been more than six years since Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) has adjusted toll rates on its 118-mile system. A planned toll increase was scheduled for the summer of 2017, raising tolls on average of 15-percent. At a February 2017 meeting, the CFX Board voted against this increase and decided to take a more moderate approach to future toll rate adjustments.
Instead of a sizeable toll rate increase every several years, the CFX Board unanimously approved a Customer-First Toll Policy where toll rates would adjust annually by about 1.5 percent or to the annual Consumer Price Index. This new policy follows the Florida Turnpike Enterprise’s state mandated toll policy and shall offer customers greater budget certainty in managing their annual travel costs.
Sunday, July 1, marks CFX’s first annual rate adjustment – 2 to 3 cents per transaction — for E-PASS and electronic users and a 25-cent uptick for cash customers, at five of 15 mainline toll plazas and one ramp in the CFX system. On average, the adjustment will add about $1.20 to a monthly customer’s statement.
CFX does not receive funding from the State of Florida or from the federal government. All revenues collected from tolling are used to operate, maintain and improve the CFX system to provide the region with a world-class, integrated mobility network to move people and goods seamlessly.
The July 2018 toll rate adjustment will help fund projects detailed in the Five-Year Workplan such as:
- Widening of SR 417 from the Econ Trail to the Seminole County line which shall save drivers between 11 to 16 minutes in travel time;
- Completing the SR 408 and SR 417 interchange project
- Contribution to the I-4 and SR 408 interchange, and
- Approximately 42 miles of widening of existing expressways, 50 miles of resurfacing, improved roadway lighting and signs and safety projects.
Frequent drivers with E-PASS accounts will still receive a discount of either 10 percent or 20 percent on their monthly statements dependent on the number of toll transactions per month, under the E-PASS Customer Toll Discount program.
CFX board scales back toll hike (Orlando Sentinel; Feb. 2017)
E-PASS Service Center Location
Eastside Service Center
762 S. Goldenrod Rd.
Orlando, FL 32822 | map it
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
E-PASS Mailing Address
P.O Box 720218
Orlando, FL 32872
E-PASS Customer Call Center
Ph: (407) 823-7277 or 1-800-353-7277
Fax: (407) 690-5021
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.