Mobility Authority roads are modern, all-electronic toll roads, meaning drivers don’t have to stop — or even slow down — to pay their tolls. Customers can either pay through their electronic tag account or pay by mail.
We operate the following toll roads in Travis and Williamson Counties:
- 183A Toll Road: An 11-mile toll road extending northward from RM 620 through Cedar Park and Leander in Williamson County
- 290 Toll Road: A 6-mile toll road along US 290 from US 183 to SH 130 in east Austin
- MoPac Express Lane: A 11-mile variably-priced tolled express lane along MoPac between Cesar Chavez Street and Parmer Lane
- 71 Toll Lane: A 4-mile toll road along SH 71 from Presidential Blvd to SH 130 in east Austin
- 45SW Toll: A 3.6-mile toll road connecting FM 1626 and MoPac in southern Travis and northern Hays counties
- 183 Toll: Currently a 3.5-mile toll road along US 183 between US 290 and north of Techni Center Drive
TOLL BILL PAYMENT CENTER
Questions about your toll bill?
Pay By Mail is available on all toll roads in Central Texas, although you may receive separate bills from different tolling authorities, depending on which roads you use. Learn more here.
Pay By Mail customers are charged a 50 percent higher rate than customers with an electronic tag and incur a $1.00 processing charge per bill. Pay By Mail customers are billed using the address on their vehicle registration information. If you choose to Pay By Mail, please make sure your information is up to date so your bill is sent to the correct address.
Failure to pay a toll bill can result in additional fees and court fines. If you lease a car or loan your car out, be aware that under Texas law you are responsible for any tolls incurred by the driver.
- Click here for a fact sheet on paying tolls in Texas
- Click here for more information about toll violations and fees.
SAVE 33% ON YOUR TOLLS WITH AN ELECTRONIC TAG
Electronic tags remain the easiest, most cost-effective way to pay tolls on 183A, 290 Toll, the MoPac Express Lane, 71 Toll Lane, 45SW Toll and other Texas toll roads across the state. 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 TAG, Kansas Turnpike Authority's K-Tag, Oklahoma Turnpike Authority's Pikepass and BancPass.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PAYMENT OPTIONS, CLICK HERE.
Please note, you will not be able to pay your electronic tag or Pay By Mail bill at the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority office.