What are Thru Lanes?

Thru lanes are additional travel lanes located on a toll road that help provide congestion relief in high traffic areas. These lanes offer customers making longer, more regional trips, the ability to bypass the local traffic entering and exiting the road. Customers pay the same amount to use the thru lanes as they do in any other lane on the toll road. A SunPass or another interoperable transponder is required.

THRU LANES IN YOUR AREA

THRU LANES FAQS

Thru lanes are a great option for longer distance trips since customers can use these lanes to bypass local traffic.  The added bonus is that customers pay the same toll in the thru lanes as they would in any other lane on the toll road.

Entrance and exit points in and out of the thru lanes are based on travel patterns in the area.

Drivers using the thru lanes must have an active SunPass or another interoperable transponder. Cash is not accepted. If you are a Georgia resident with an active Peach Pass or a North Carolina resident with an active NC Quick Pass, you can use the thru lanes with these transponders in your vehicle.

Planning to rent a car? SunPass has a current agreement with rental car agencies. Visit SunPass.com to learn more.

If your car breaks down in a thru lane, do not stop in the middle of the road. If possible, safely pull over to the side of the road and call the Florida Highway Patrol Communication Center at *FHP (*347). Depending on your needs, a Road Ranger or Florida Highway Patrol officer will be dispatched to help you.

Transit buses, vanpools and school buses are allowed to use thru lanes as long as they have a SunPass or another interoperable transponder. The exemption does not apply since customers pay the same toll in the thru lanes as they would in any other lane on the toll road.

BENEFITS OF USING THRU LANES

Provide Travel Choices
Offer Predictable Travel Times
Manage Traffic Congestion
Reduce Fuel Consumption
Decrease Air Pollution
Support Transit Usage