Toll Road price increase takes effect Sunday
Post-Tribune staff report June 30, 2012 4:54PM
Updated: August 2, 2012 10:44AM
Rates for the Indiana Toll Road are going up again starting Sunday.
According to ITR Concession Co., which operates the interstate, drivers in a Class 2 vehicle, which includes non-commercial two-axle cars and motorcycles, will have to pay 5.9 cents a mile they drive if they don’t have an electronic transponder to pay the tolls. That’s an increase from 5.7 cents a mile before.
For a full trip across the Toll Road, the change means those drivers will pay $9.40, or an extra 40 cents.
Class 2 drivers who do have an electronic transponder, however, will continue to pay the same rate, which amounts to $4.64 to drive across the entire Toll Road.
Class 5 drivers are seeing an 0.8 cent increase per mile to a total of 23.8 cents. The cost of a trip across the whole Toll Road will now be $36.20.