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The Wekiva Parkway is the first expressway in Central Florida to feature All Electronic Tolling (AET). There will be no toll plazas – you will not be able to use cash on the parkway. Both the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) will have programs for those who do not have a transponder.



  • Safety: Eliminates the weaving between different lanes that can occur at toll plazas. 
  • Convenience: Customers pay their tolls at safe highway and ramp speeds, without having to slow down or stop.
  • Mobility: Traffic flows more freely with non-stop travel for all customers.
  • Environment: Reduces the noise and auto emissions from vehicles stopping and starting at toll plazas, resulting in less air pollution and less traffic noise for nearby residents.
  • Savings: Eliminates the cost of building toll plazas.


You can see a toll gantry concept here. Graphics are preliminary and details shown are subject to change.


Overhead toll gantries will be located on the following sections:

  • Section 1A
  • Section 2A
  • Section 2C
  • Section 4
  • Section 6
  • Section 7A
  • Section 8



The tolls are yet to be determined.


In Florida, for example, all electronic tolling is used on the Florida's Turnpike in Miami-Dade County, on the Sawgrass Expressway west of Fort Lauderdale, and on the Selmon Expressway in Tampa.


For more information on All Electronic Tolling, click on the following documents:

FTE All Electronic Tolling Frequently Asked Questions


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