Are there toll roads in Kentucky?

I’m driving through Kentucky in a few weeks to visit my parents. I’m unsure if I need to buy a toll pass. Does Kentucky have any toll roads?

Andrea Barrett · Answered on Dec 07, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Kentucky does have toll roads, and they’re all bridges. These three bridges connecting Louisville, Kentucky, and Southern Indiana are tolled:
  • Lincoln Bridge
  • Kennedy Bridge
  • Lewis and Clark Bridge
The tolled bridges use the RiverLink system, which is all-electronic tolling of either $2.10 or $4.20, meaning there’s no slowing, stopping, or lines. So at least there’s some good news!
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