Passenger Vehicles

Passenger vehicles include any vehicle with two to five axles including cars, trucks, SUVS, motorcycles, semis, trailers, campers, boats, and more.
How License Plate Toll Works
How ExpressToll Works
License Plate Toll customers include vehicles that drive
E-470 without creating an account.
ExpressToll customers set up an account with E-470 prior to driving on E-470, Northwest Parkway or CDOT's Express Lanes.
1.  Vehicles drive through
camera-operated tolling points.
1.  A customer opens an ExpressToll account with a $35 prepaid toll balance and receives a transponder to place inside of their vehicle. Click here to create an account.
2.  Tolling points are equipped to take photographs of front and rear license plates.
3.  E-470 matches the vehicle’s license plate to the registered owner’s address filed with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or the appropriate state agency.*

2.  The vehicle drives through tolling points on E-470, Northwest Parkway, or CDOT's Express Lanes. The antennas read the transponder in the vehicle. 
4.  A License Plate Toll statement is mailed to the registered owner’s address for payment within 30 days.

3.  The appropiate toll amount for that trip is then deducted from the customer's ExpressToll account. 
*Colorado law requires drivers to update their vehicle registration information within 30 days of relocation.

It is important to make sure your address, credit card, and vehicle information is always current on your ExpressToll account. Log in today to update your information.
Click on the logo below to learn more about driving on CDOT's  Express Lanes and Northwest Parkway.