Toll roads, bridges & tunnels

Learn about express toll lanes, bridges and tunnels in Washington state, and how to save money on every toll with a Good To Go! account.

Updates: 

  • We do not recommend using private applications which may charge additional fees for paying toll bills and making updates to your Good To Go! accounts (for example – the “WA Tolls Good to Go! Account Manager). Customers using mobile devices can avoid additional fees by using MyGoodToGo.com.

  • Toll bills and statements look a little different now that late fees and civil penalties have resumed. Check out our guide to see what those changes mean for you.

    If you forgot a bill for a little too long and you’re seeing more late fees and civil penalties than anticipated, remember we have a forgiveness program that, if you’re eligible, can waive all late fees and civil penalties when you pay the original toll. Speak with a customer service representative (1-866-936-8246) to find out more.

Good To Go! accounts save you money on every toll road in the state and give you the convenience of automatic payments:

  • Learn more about how to pay tolls, and how you can save up to $2 on every trip.
  • Pay a toll using your toll bill or Good To Go! account.
  • Log in to mygoodtogo.com to manage your account.

Learn how to pay tolls in Washington state and how to save money on every toll with a Good To Go! account.

Find out how to use the express lanes, who can travel for free and how tolling works in the I-405 express toll lanes.

Find out how to use the SR 167 high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, who can travel for free and how tolling works in the HOT Lanes.

Find out how to pay tolls and what the toll rates are for the SR 520 Bridge.

Find out how to pay tolls, and what the toll rates are for the SR 99 tunnel.

Find out how to pay tolls, and what the toll rates are for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

Slow down – lives are on the line. 

In 2023, speeding continued to be a top reason for work zone crashes.

Even one life lost is too many.

Fatal work zone crashes doubled in 2023 - Washington had 10 fatal work zone crashes on state roads.

It's in EVERYONE’S best interest.

95% of people hurt in work zones are drivers, their passengers or passing pedestrians, not just our road crews.