Does Texas have toll roads?

We’re taking a trip to Texas to visit some family down there for the first time and I want to be as prepared as possible ahead of time. Does Texas have toll roads?

Mary Alice Morris · Answered on Nov 29, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Texas has a lot of toll roads, and they operate under 18 distinct toll authorities—nine regional authorities and nine county authorities. Not to mention there are more toll roads operated by the Texas Department of Transportation.
You can view a map of the state’s toll roads on the Texas Department of Transportation website. However, the bulk of Texas’ toll roads are found in the areas surrounding:
There are also several toll bridges on the southern border crossing the Rio Grande river.
So if your trip includes a drive through any of those areas, it’s a good idea to budget in money for your toll fares. And to help you save up for those—as well as any other travel expenses you’ll run into—you can start by saving on your Texas car insurance! It’s fast and easy with Jerry.
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