How do I pay the 470 toll in Denver?

Toll Payments

  1. Pay Your Tolls Online. You can make a payment using our online payment system. Pay Online.
  2. Call Us. Make a payment over the phone through our automated payment system or speak to a customer service representative.
  3. Mail Your Payment. You can mail your payment to us at P.O. Box 5470 Denver, CO 80217-5470.

How do I pay a toll in Colorado?

You can pay tolls in Colorado using ExpressToll or Go-Pass tag. If you do not have a toll tag, you will get a video toll/License Plate invoice or GO-PASS Regular bill. License Plate or Go-Pass Regular toll payment option is available only for the following toll roads and express lanes in Colorado: C-470 Express Lanes.

How much is the toll for E-470?

License Plate Toll Rates – All Hours

Mainline Toll Plazas A and C Toll Ramps
2 Axles $4.30 $2.05
3 Axles $8.60 $2.05
Each Additional Axle $4.30

Is 470 Denver a toll road?

E-470 is a toll highway that runs along the eastern perimeter of the Denver metropolitan area. The Northwest Parkway is a 75-mile per hour public toll road that seamlessly connects E-470 at I-25 in the north metro Denver area, with U.S. 36 in Broomfield.

What happens if you go on a toll road without a tag?

Is there a fine if I use a toll road without a Tag or Pass? The Toll Notice will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle that used the toll road. The owner of the vehicle is required by law to pay the Toll Notice, which will include the unpaid toll amount and an administration fee.

How does toll by plate work?

The TOLL BY PLATE program is a license plate tolling system. Customers without E-ZPass will pass through existing toll facilities at the posted speed. Cameras will capture a photo of the license plate and the registered owner of the vehicle will receive a toll invoice in the mail.

What happens if you don’t pay a toll bill in Colorado?

If the account remains unpaid for 90 days, the account becomes delinquent and all overdue toll transactions will be sent to a collections law firm for up to four months in an attempt to find the customer and collect payment. The unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee and a one-time $20 collection fee are due at this time.

Are motorcycles free on E 470?

Motorcycles ride in the C-470 and I-25 Express Lanes for free.

Will e470 ever be free?

The bonds issued to pay for the 47-mile E-470, officials said, will be paid off by Sept. 1, eight years earlier than first projected. That’s because the vehicle-registration fee is no longer needed, said Heidi Williams, the chair of the E-470 board of directors and Thornton’s mayor.

What does the E stand for in E470?

E470 on Twitter: “The E in E-470 technically stands for “extension,” as our road is an extension of C-470, but we like to think the E stands for “Excellence”!

What happens if you don’t pay your tolls in Colorado?

Do you have to pay toll on E-470?

You are automatically a License Plate Toll customer on E-470 if you are not an ExpressToll customer. Cameras will photograph your license plate when you drive through a tolling point, and a statement will be sent in the mail to the DMV-registered owner of the vehicle.

How are tolls deducted from an ExpressToll account?

With a free windshield or motorcycle-mounted sticker tag or transponder, customers’ tolls are automatically deducted from a pre-paid toll account. ExpressToll accounts can accommodate multiple vehicles within a household or business. In addition, customers with an ExpressToll account save in tolls over License Plate Toll Customers!

Where is the E-470 tollway in Denver?

The 75-mph tollway forms a 47-mile semi-circular beltway around the eastern perimeter of the Denver metro area and provides access to Denver International Airport. E-470 connects in the south to the I-25/C-470 interchange in Douglas County, and connects in the north to the I-25/Northwest Parkway interchange in Adams County.

How much time does the E-470 save?

We Improve Your Journey Through Safety, Service, Stewardship and Reliability. E-470 saved residents an average of 43.2 million hours of driving time in 2019. This translates to $354.5 million in annual travel time savings.