183 Toll Road Open


Remaining project elements will be completed in 2022

The northern half of the 183 South Project between US 290 and Bolm Road was completed in 2019. In early 2021, the full length of 183 Toll from US 290 to SH 71 opened to traffic and tolling. Drivers who prefer not to pay a toll still have the option to use the improved, US 183 non-tolled general-purpose lanes along the entire route.

Toll Payment Options

The 183 Toll Road utilizes all electronic, or cashless tolling. This means drivers do not have to stop – or even slow down – to pay their tolls.

Electronic Tags

Save Time and Money. Get an Electronic Tag.
Customers with an active electronic tag will receive a 33 percent discount on their toll rates. The Mobility Authority accepts any of the following electronic tags: TxTag, TollTag, EZ Tag, KTAG, Pikepass, or BancPass.


For more information on how to get a tag, click here

Pay By Mail

If you don’t have a tag just keep moving, and we’ll bill you through the Pay By Mail program. Pay By Mail customers are billed using a picture of their license plate, and are charged a $1.00 statement fee per bill.
* Pay by Mail is available online at www.PayMobilityBill.com, or by calling 1-833-762-8655.

Pay In Person

Customers can visit our service center or one of many participating stores to pay their bill in person. Visit www.PayMobilityBill.com/pay-in-person to see your options. 


Toll Rates

For 2021 toll rates, click here.

Final Configuration


Qualified Veterans Drive Free

The Mobility Authority waives tolls for qualified veterans on select roadways, including 183 Toll.

Learn more about eligibility requirements and register for our program by visiting the Mobility Authority website