I-PASS States 2019

The I-PASS system is an electronic method of collecting tolls. This system was first launched in 1993 and was put into use by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority on toll roads throughout the state.

A transponder is used to allow cars to pass through tollbooths without having to slow down. Travelers that do not use this system must stop and pay cash at a traditional tollbooth. Travelers that use the I-Pass system will receive a discounted rate.

Drivers that do not have funds in their account or that do not have an account at all will be fined. Multiple violations and failure to pay tolls and fines will result in suspended drivers licenses or license plates.

Because the same transponder for I-PASS is used for the E-ZPass System, all toll roads that accept E-ZPass also accept I-PASS. There are 16 states that use the E-ZPass system and also accept I-PASS. This includes:

I-PASS and E-ZPass are also used in Ontario, Canada.

State 2019 Pop. 2019 Growth
Delaware975,0330.81%
Florida21,646,1551.63%
Illinois12,700,381-0.32%
Indiana6,718,6160.40%
Kentucky4,484,0470.35%
Maine1,342,0970.28%
Maryland6,062,9170.33%
Massachusetts6,939,3730.54%
New Hampshire1,363,8520.55%
New Jersey8,922,5470.16%
New York19,491,339-0.26%
North Carolina10,497,7411.10%
Ohio11,718,5680.25%
Pennsylvania12,813,9690.05%
Rhode Island1,056,738-0.05%
West Virginia1,791,951-0.77%