Violations

Toll Violations and Adjudication Information

A second statement with a one-time $5 late fee will be mailed to you if you don’t pay your toll statement in full by the due date.

The Violation Process

Your License Plate Toll statement must be paid in full by the due date or a second statement with a one-time $5 late fee will be mailed.

If the second statement is not paid in full by the due date, a third statement is sent with no additional fees. 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.

If payment is still not received, a Civil Penalty Assessment Notice will be mailed for the unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee, the $20 collection fee and a $25 Civil Penalty per notice. Upon receipt of this document, you may request a hearing.

If the full payment of the Civil Penalty Assessment Notice has not been received in 30 days, a Hearing Officer’s Final Order is issued to include the unpaid tolls, the $5 late fee, the $20 collection fee, the $25 Civil Penalty and a $20 Court Fee.

Click here to read a detailed description of E-470’s toll evasion rules.

Watch this video explaining the License Plate Toll billing process.

Vehicle Registration Hold

E-470 and CDOT’s High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) initiated a program authorized by Colorado State Law to request that the Department of Revenue Division of Motor Vehicles place a hold on vehicle registrations of vehicle owners who have not paid their tolls, fees and civil penalties. 

Adjudication Information

The E-470 Public Highway Authority provides an administrative process to adjudicate tolls once a civil penalty has been issued. These standard instructions are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice about your case.

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Request for Hearing and Answer to Complaint for Toll Evasion

To request a hearing before a hearing officer to adjudicate the tolls in your civil penalty assessment notice, you must timely complete and file this form. Instructions for filing are contained in the document.

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Notice of Appeal

This form is to appeal a Hearing Officer’s Final Order of Liability in county court.

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Request for Continuance

If your hearing has been set and you need to request a continuance to change the date of your hearing, you must timely complete and file this form. Instructions for filing are contained in the document.

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Notice of Additional Evidence

If you have already filed a Request for Hearing and Answer to Complaint for Toll Evasion, to introduce additional evidence at your hearing, you must timely complete and file this form. Instructions for filing are contained in the document.

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How LicensePlateToll Works

Drivers are automatically a License Plate Toll customer if they are not an ExpressToll customer with a sticker tag or the license plate is not associated with an ExpressToll account. Cameras will photograph your license plate and a statement will be sent to you.

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How ExpressToll Works

ExpressToll is the all-electronic toll collection system available on E-470, Northwest Parkway and CDOT’s Express Lanes.

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Billing Questions or Concerns?

For billing questions or concerns, contact the ExpressToll Service Center.​

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