For Immediate Release
October 13, 2022


Toll Status on Florida Roads Following Hurricane Ian

Reinstatement of Tolls Starting October 15

OCOEE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Transportation, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise and other toll authorities will resume normal toll operations effective at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 15. Tolls were suspended on certain toll facilities as early as September 26 in order to support early evacuation and emergency response preparations.

Effective at 6:00 a.m. on October 15, 2022, tolls will be reinstated on the following facilities:

FDOT and Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Facilities

  • I-4 Connector
  • Veterans Expressway
  • Suncoast Parkway
  • Beachline Expressway
  • Florida’s Turnpike Mainline, north of Milepost 249
  • Seminole Expressway
  • Southern Connector Extension
  • Wekiva Parkway
  • Western Beltway
  • Polk Parkway
  • I-4 Express

 Central Florida Expressway Authority Facilities

  • Apopka Expressway
  • Beachline Expressway
  • Central Florida Greeneway
  • Goldenrod Extension
  • East-West Expressway
  • Osceola Parkway
  • Poinciana Parkway
  • SR453
  • Western Beltway
  • Wekiva Parkway

 Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority Facility

  • Selmon Expressway

In order to continue to provide crucial support and hurricane recovery assistance to the hardest impacted region of Florida, tolls will remain suspended on the following FDOT facilities:

  • Alligator Alley
  • Sunshine Skyway
  • Pinellas Bayway

For the latest closures and updates, travelers can access Florida’s 511 service online at www.FL511.com. For more information, follow Florida’s Turnpike on Twitter @FloridaTurnpike or on Facebook at Facebook.com/MyFDOTTurnpike.


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The Florida Department of Transportation’s mission is to provide a safe transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods, enhances economic prosperity and preserves the quality of the state’s environment and communities. The department is committed to building a transportation system that not only fits the current needs of Florida’s residents and visitors but also enhances mobility throughout the state to accommodate its consistent and rapid growth. The unique nature of the Sunshine State and its year-round warm climate provides numerous opportunities to achieve the department’s mission through multiple transportation modes including highways/streets, air, rail, sea, spaceports, transit, and the ever-expanding deployment of bicycle & pedestrian facilities.