Here's when tolls in Florida will be reinstated following suspension due to Hurricane Ian

The Florida Department of Transportation on Thursday announced that tolls across the state will be reinstated this weekend after roughly two weeks since Hurricane Ian made landfall.

Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended the tolls in several areas along the Gulf Coast and in Central Florida as Hurricane Ian  was approaching the state. The order went into effect on Sept. 26.

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Tolling will resume at 6 a.m on Saturday, Oct. 15, FDOT said.  

The Central Florida Expressway Authority said it lost about $1.7 million each day during the suspension, for a total over $25 million during the suspension. There was some concern that projects would be impacted if the suspension lasted much longer. 

The following Florida roadways will be impacted: 

FDOT and Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Facilities

  • I-4 Connector
  • Veterans Expressway
  • Suncoast Parkway
  • Beachline Expressway
  • Florida’s Turnpike Mainline, north of Milepost 249
  • Seminole Expressway
  • Southern Connector Extension
  • Wekiva Parkway
  • Western Beltway
  • Polk Parkway
  • I-4 Express

Central Florida Expressway Authority Facilities

  • Apopka Expressway
  • Beachline Expressway
  • Central Florida Greeneway
  • Goldenrod Extension
  • Osceola Parkway
  • Poinciana Parkway
  • SR453
  • Western Beltway

Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority Facility

  • Selmon Expressway

FDOT says that in order to continue to provide crucial support and hurricane recovery assistance to the hardest impacted region of Florida, tolls will remain suspended on the following FDOT facilities:

  • Alligator Alley
  • Sunshine Skyway
  • Pinellas Bayway

Drivers should not have been billed during the suspension, but if you were, you can call E-PASS at 407-823-7277.