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Central Florida Expressway is one of the tolling agencies for Florida expressways & toll roads. Active in the central part of the state, the CFXWay is an independent agency of the state that operates and maintains the following regional network of expressways:

Central Florida Expressway Authority toll booth locations of Florida 408, Florida 414, Florida 417, Florida 429, Florida 528

  • SR 408 (East West Expressway)
  • SR 414 (John Land Apopka Expressway)
  • SR 417 (Central Florida GreeneWay)
  • SR 429 (Daniel Webster Western Beltway)
  • SR 528 (Beachline Expressway)
  • Goldenrod Road Extension

You can number of toll plazas and calculate tolls for trips across 528 East (Beachline Expressway) and expressways under CFXWay using CFXWay Toll Calculator.

Read on toll see Central Florida Expressway Authority map for its various toll facilities, expressway payment, toll violation and more.

How do I pay my Central Florida Expressway toll

main article: How to Pay Toll in Florida

You can pay Central Florida Expressway toll in following convenient ways[1]:

1. Toll Tag: E-Pass is a CFXWay-issued toll tag that offers the most discount. In addition, a SunPass, E-ZPass, Leeway are also accepted on CFXWay; however, they are not issued by the Central Florida Expressway Authority.
2. Pay By Plate
3. Cash
4. Mobile apps: PayTollo[2]

Refer to How to Pay Toll in Florida for more details like which plaza accepts cash, where in Florida you can use which toll tag and more.

Central Florida Expressway toll violation

If you miss paying toll on Central Florida Expressway, a toll violation invoice will be sent to the vehicle owner's address. The bill includes Pay By Plate toll rates which are double the electronic rate[3]. To avoid fines, you must pay the dues within 30 days. You can pay it with:

1. Online using a credit card[4]
2. E-Pass mobile app (iOS [5] & Android [6])
3. By phone using a credit/debit card: 1-800-353-7277 or 407-823-7277
4. In person using cash or credit/debit card at the E-PASS Customer Service Center [7]

SR 408 or East West Expressway

Toll booth locations on Florida 408 Expressway that runs east-west and takes to Amway Center, Camping World Stadium

State Road 408 or otherwise the Spassard L. Holland east-West Expressway is a 22-mile toll road that runs east-west. It connects Ocoee from Florida’s Turnpike in West Orange County to SR 50 at Colonial Drive, east of Alafia Trail near the University of Central Florida in east Orange County. SR 408 is an important corridor for travellers traveling to Amway Center, Camping World Stadium and to various other downtown entertainment venues.

SR 414 or John Land Apopka Expressway

Toll booth locations on Florida 414 Expressway that extends south and east taking to Maitland Center and greater Apopka area.

State Road 414 or the John Land Apopka Expressway is nine- mile east-west corridor that extends south and east from U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka to Maitland Boulevard. A part of it is with the State Road 429 (Daniel Webster Western Beltway). SR 414 gives access to SR 429, Interstate 4 and employment hubs, such as Maitland Center and greater Apopka area.

SR 417 or Central Florida GreeneWay

Toll booth locations on Florida 417 Expressway or the Central Florida GreeneWay from International Drive to Aloma Avenue

State Road 417 or the Central Florida GreeneWay is a 55-mile toll road that runs from SR 535/536 international Drive to SR 426 Aloma Avenue at the Orange-Seminole County line. The expressway has replaced all mainline toll plazas with open-road tolling gantries, and thus helping motorists with electronic toll collection transponders to pay tolls.

SR 429 or Daniel Webster Western Beltway

Toll booth locations on Florida 429 Expressway or Daniel Webster Western Beltway from US 441 to Interstate 4

State Road 429 or the Daniel Webster Western Beltway extends 23 miles from U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka south to Interstate 4 in Osceola County. It provides access to Florida’s Turnpike and area attractions. State 429 provides open-road tolling for motorists using E-PASS or other accepted electronic transponders.

SR 528 or Beachline Expressway

Toll booth locations on Florida 528 or Beachline Expressway joining Cape Canevral and Orlando International Airport

State Road 528 or Martin B. Anderson Beachline Expressway is a vital connection for motorists traveling to the Orlando International Airport, the east coast beaches and Cape Canaveral. It extends east from Interstate-4 in the International Drive tourism area across State Road 417 and Interstate 95, ending at U.S. Highway 1 in Cocoa. It also connects John F. Kennedy Space Center and the aerospace industry with greater Orlando.

Goldenrod Road Extension

Toll booth locations on Goldenrod Road extension along Florida 528 toll road

The Goldenrod Road Extension 2.7 from Goldenrod Road at Narcoossee Road south to Cargo Road and connects Goldenrod Road to State Road 528 east of the Orlando International Airport.

Detailed information on each toll road can be found at Central Florida Expressway Authority [8] and Florida’s Turnpike Ticket System [9].

Calculate tolls for Central Florida and other regions in the US

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