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Delaware toll roads

Delaware has the below-mentioned toll roads

Toll booth locations on the Delaware Toll Roads consisting of Korean War Veterans Memorial and John F Kennedy Memorial Highways.
Toll booth location on Delware toll roads

The Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway

The Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway[1], also known as Delaware Route 1 is a 51-mile-long highway between US-13 and south of Dover, and I-95 in northern Delaware. It parallels US-13. The northern portion of the highway is toll-free. Two-axle vehicles pay $2 toll on weekdays ($6 on weekends) for the entire 51-mile, with mainline toll plazas at Dover and Biddles Corner each being $1 toll on weekdays ($3 on weekends).

John F Kennedy Memorial Highway

John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway[2] or Delaware Turnpike is toll road on I-95 between the Maryland border and Newport. Two-axle vehicles pay $4.00 toll at the Newark plaza. You can pay tolls by Cash or using E-ZPass tag.

Delaware Turnpike

Toll booth locations on the Delaware Turnpike that feeds into the Delaware Memorial Bridge over the Delaware river.
Toll booth location on Delware turnpike

The Delaware Turnpike feeds into the Delaware Memorial Bridge and is therefore one of the few ways of getting across the Delaware River. No good alternative routes are available to drivers traveling up the east coast. Much of the Turnpike passes through wooded areas and it crosses the Christina River. Tolls must be paid while driving both North and South on the Turnpike.

The Delaware Memorial Bridge

Toll booth locations on the Delaware Memorial Bridge on the Delaware river connecting Delaware Turnpike and NJ Turnpike.
Toll booth location on Delware Memorial Bridge

The Delaware Memorial Bridge[3] carries I-295 and US-40 over Delaware River. While not a part of I-95, it connects two parts of the highway: the Delaware Turnpike (I-95 in Delaware) and the south side with the New Jersey Turnpike (later I-95) on the north side. Tolls are collected in one-direction only; while traveling from New Jersey to Delaware. Passenger vehicles pay one-way toll of $4.00 while traveling from New Jersey to Delaware.

How to pay toll in Delaware

You can pay tolls via E-ZPass or E-ZPassde electronic tag, Cash or Pay by plate video tolling system.

Toll payment methods in Delaware

E-ZPass or E-ZPass DE

  • (SR 1) Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (Delaware Turnpike)
  • Delaware Memorial Bridge – New Jersey

Cash payment

  • (SR 1) Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (Delaware Turnpike)
  • Delaware Memorial Bridge – New Jersey

Pay by plate video payment

  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (Delaware Turnpike)


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How to pay missed tolls in Delaware

You can pay tolls via E-ZPass or E-ZPassde[4] electronic tag, Cash or Pay by plate video tolling system. If you did not have enough cash, used the wrong lane, or have another type of violation due to nonpayment of tolls you can still pay the missed toll. You can pay for the violation online. Make certain you have your violation notice. You will need the violation number to begin the payment process. If you want to dispute your violation notice, you may use the payment violation page. Simply enter your violation number, license plate number, and state.

Violation Notices must be paid in full by the person. If any questions arise, please contact the Delaware E-ZPass[5] Violation Processing Center at 1-888-397-2773.

You can calculate toll charges for your trip using Deleware toll calculator

How are tolls calculated for trucks in Delaware

Trucks pay tolls based on number of axles. You can calculate the toll and gas cost for your truck in Delaware and nearby states with the Delaware Toll Calculator.

What is E-ZPass DE

The E-ZPass DE is a transponder (tag) that you can put in your vehicle to pay toll. You don’t need to stop to pay toll.

Delaware toll road and bridge agency contacts

Following agencies manage Delaware toll roads and bridges. For any questions about toll payment methods or your toll bill please get in touch with the respective agency.

  • Delaware Department of Transportation[6]
  • Delaware River and Bay Authority[7]
  • E-ZPass Group[8]
  • E-Zpass Delaware[9]

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