All-Electronic Tolling

All-Electronic Tolling (AET) is an innovative technology that enables cashless toll collection through transponders or license plate readers, and eliminates the need for a vehicle to stop to pay a toll.

How Does It Work?


Florida’s Turnpike relies on cameras, sensors and other advanced equipment to collect tolls electronically from prepaid accounts like SunPass, or through TOLL-BY-PLATE. Sensors at tolling points determine the number of axles on each vehicle which establishes the appropriate toll amounts.



SunPass is Florida’s Prepaid Toll Program and is the preferred method of payment for tolls. When a vehicle equipped with an active, properly mounted SunPass or any other Florida accepted transponder goes through an AET location, the transponder sends a signal to the tolling equipment, and the correct toll amount is then deducted from the customer’s prepaid account. SunPass customers always pay the lowest toll amount available on Florida’s toll roads and bridges.


If a vehicle that is not equipped with SunPass, or any other Florida accepted transponder, goes through an AET location, the cameras take a photo of the vehicle’s license plate, and the transaction will be automatically converted to TOLL-BY-PLATE. A Toll Enforcement Invoice for the toll(s) is then mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle, including a $2.50 administrative charge.


Where is All-Electronic Tolling used?

The map below displays toll road and bridge locations in Florida. Those that are AET are shown in orange. A list of all AET locations can be found beneath the map.

The following transponders are accepted in AET lanes: SunPass, E-PASS, LeeWay, Peach Pass and NC Quick Pass. Cash is not accepted at these locations. You will be billed by TOLL-BY-PLATE.


  • Florida’s Turnpike / SR 91
  • Florida’s Turnpike / SR 821
  • Sawgrass Expressway / SR 869
  • Dolphin Expressway / SR 836
    (MDX facility)
  • Airport Expressway / SR 112
    (MDX facility)
  • Gratigny Parkway / SR 924
    (MDX facility)
  • Don Shula Expressway / SR 874
    (MDX facility)
  • Snapper Creek Expressway / SR 878
    (MDX facility)
  • Rickenbacker Causeway
  • Venetian Causeway
  • Broad Causeway
  • Card Sound Bridge
  • Cape Coral Bridge 
  • Midpoint Memorial Bridge
  • Sanibel Captive Bridge


  • Veterans Expressway / SR 589
  • Suncoast Parkway / SR 589
  • I-4 Connector
  • Selmon Expressway
    (THEA facility)



  • Florida’s Turnpike / SR 91
  • Wekiva Parkway / SR 429,
    Mount Plymouth Toll Plaza
  • Poinciana Parkway



  • First Coast Expressway / SR 23



  • Spence Parkway
  • Orchard Pond Parkway
  • Bob Sikes Toll Plaza