OPTION 1: ELECTRONIC TAG (and save 33% on tolls!)

Electronic tags remain the easiest, most cost-effective way to pay tolls on 183A, 290 Toll, the MoPac Express Lane, 71 Toll Lane and other toll roads across the state of Texas. Open a tag account and save 33% off the Pay By Mail toll rate.

The Mobility Authority currently accepts TxDOT’s TxTAG, NTTA’s TollTag, HCTRA’s EZ TAGKansas Turnpike Authority's K-Tag, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority's Pikepass and BancPass/PlusPass.

Electronic tags are an electronic payment method; you mount the tag sticker on the inside of your windshield behind the rearview mirror and an electronic reader above the toll road sends a signal to the microchip inside the sticker. Then, the tolls are automatically deducted from your tag account, provided there are sufficient funds and your license plate information is up to date.

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT TXTAG

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT TOLLTAG

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT EZ TAG

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT K-TAG

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT PIKEPASS

CLICK HERE TO GET OR CONTACT BANCPASS

TxTAG is a local electronic tag option for toll road customers. There are multiple ways to pay your TxTAG toll bill, including online at TxTAG.org, or calling the TxTag Customer Service Center (CSC) by dialing (888) 468-9824 during the business hours of 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday for assistance. International customers call 001-214-210-0493.

You can also go in person at the Customer Service Center in Austin, where cash, check, money order and/or credit card payments are accepted during the business hours of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday and Friday or 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday.

You can learn more about the payment options for the Dallas and Houston-area tags here:

You can learn more about other payment options accepted on Mobility Authority roadways here: 

 

 

As of November 18, 2018, the Mobility Authority is transitioning to a new Pay By Mail provider - Cofiroute. During the transition, if you are a frequent user of Mobility Authority toll roads, you may receive bills from the new provider (Cofiroute) and the old provider (MSB). Please check with both providers to make sure you are in good standing.

OPTION 2: PAY BY MAIL

Customers who do not have an electronic tag will receive a bill through the Pay By Mail program for travel on Mobility Authority toll roads (183A, 290 Toll, 71 Toll Lane and MoPac Express Lane). Vehicle registration information must be up to date in order for the bill to be sent to the correct address.

Toll rates for Pay By Mail customers are higher than for drivers with an electronic tag to offset the cost of processing license plate information and mailing the toll bill. In addition, each bill comes with a $1.00 processing charge.

Pay By Mail customers have 30 days to pay their bill either in person, via check, online or over the phone. Customers are encouraged to visit our Pay By Mail website to assist with questions related to your toll bill/notice of non-payment, and with payment processing.

There are multiple ways to pay your Pay By Mail toll bill:

For bills prior to 11/18/18 (MSB):

For bills beginning 11/18/18 (Cofiroute):

Depending on which toll roads you use, you may be issued toll bills from separate operating agencies.

Please note, you will not be able to pay your electronic tag or Pay By Mail bill at the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority offices.

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