Florida Extends $450 Million Toll Relief For Second Year

April 2, 2024

Monday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced a second consecutive year of the state’s Toll Relief Program, which will cut the toll rates of frequent commuters in half by applying a toll credit from April 2024 to March 2025.

Launched last year, drivers utilizing Florida-based toll transponders (including SunPass and other Florida-based transponders) and having 35 or more qualifying toll transactions monthly will receive a 50 percent credit to their account.

In the Northwest FLorida, the program applies to the Garcon Point Bridge, Bob Sikes Bridge, Spence Parkway, and Mid-Bay Bridge. For a map of toll roads and bridges included statewide, click here.

“I am pleased to have secured an additional $450 million for toll relief in Florida that will alleviate costs on our commuting families,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “Florida is committed to good fiscal governance, and I am committed to returning our surpluses back to the taxpayers in the form of tax breaks and toll savings.”

In 2023, the Toll Relief Program delivered $500 million in substantial savings to over 1.2 million commuters, equating to an approximate savings of $400 per individual. Florida drivers can expect another year of toll savings from April 2024 to March 2025.


4 Responses to “Florida Extends $450 Million Toll Relief For Second Year”

  1. Ronda Moore on April 4th, 2024 3:41 pm

    Only local government get FREE bridge passes. The half price is if you make 35 trips a month on the SAME bridge.

  2. Mr Bear on April 2nd, 2024 11:57 am

    We already pay enough fuel taxes in Florida. There should be no charge to drive on OUR roads or bridges.

  3. bill green on April 2nd, 2024 10:10 am

    Totally eliminate the toll those bridges except garcon point have been paid for forever and increase beach economy.

  4. Henry Coe on April 2nd, 2024 7:17 am

    I see the article says it applies to the Bob Sikes Bridge but what about for folks who buy an annual pass for the Bob Sikes Bridge?