Improving Your Journey Through Safety, Service, Stewardship, and Reliability.About E-470
E-470 is one of the first U.S. tolling authorities to transition to an all-electronic tolling system. This sophisticated camera technology system reads sticker tag transponders and license plates on passenger, rental and oversized vehicles at highway speeds.
Free Roadside Assistance
Did you know that E-470 offers free roadside assistance to all customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? Our team offers flat tire changes, fluid refills, jump starts, cell phone service, debris and hazard removal and more!
Road Widening & Trail Expansion
The latest E-470 Road Widening and Trail Expansion Project is underway from I-70 to 104th Ave. A third travel lane will be added in each direction to continue providing people with a quick, reliable commute with new developments planned along this 11-mile stretch.
Paying Tolls with ExpressToll
Customers with an ExpressToll account save on tolls over License Plate Toll customers. An ExpressToll account requires an initial deposit of $35 (check or credit card accepted) in pre-paid tolls. Once you drive the road, your tolls are automatically deducted from your account.Complete Details
How ExpressToll Works
ExpressToll customers have registered their vehicle information in an online account, and they receive a transponder to install in their vehicle. When passing through a tolling point, the transponder is scanned and the toll is automatically deducted from the prepaid account balance.Complete Details Account Login
How LicensePlateToll Works
For a vehicle without an ExpressToll account, cameras capture an image of the license plate, and an invoice is mailed to the registered owner. Because of the cost associated with mailing an invoice, LicensePlateToll customers are not eligible for discounts/benefits that come with an ExpressToll account.Complete Details Pay Your Toll Bill
E-470 Improves Your Journey
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.