Drivers can use E-ZPass transponders for Lee County tolls starting in 2021
Lee County commissioners on Tuesday approved the use of E-ZPass transponders on Lee County’s toll bridges.
The E-ZPass toll network includes 18 states throughout the Northeast and Midwest. The agreement would allow people who already have those transponders to use them on Lee County toll bridges.
“This agreement is very helpful for visitors to Lee County who already use E-ZPass transponders in their own communities,” said Commissioner Brian Hamman, chairman of Tourism Development Council. “E-ZPass is well established in many of the areas where a majority of our visitors come from, including New York, Massachusetts, Ohio and Indiana.”
The agreement that allows the use of E-ZPass in Lee County is with the Central Florida Expressway, which joined the E-ZPass group in 2018. The Central Florida Expressway would process transactions with no transaction fees charged to the county.
The transponders will be accepted locally starting early next year.
Local drivers can continue to use LeeWay and SunPass transponders.
For more information about Lee County toll programs, go to www.leewayinfo.com.