Fort Bend County toll roads are electronic toll tag only. There are NO cash lanes and NO pay by mail. Sign up for an electronic toll tag with TxTag (www.TxTag.com), EZTag (www.EZTag.com), or TollTag (www.NTTA.org). Visitors to Fort Bend County can refer to the "Visitor" link for information on how to use the toll roads on a temporary basis without a tag.
Did you receive a new credit card because the old one expired? Was your credit card stolen or compromised? Make sure to update your electronic toll tag account to reflect your new credit card information.
Did you receive new license plates for an existing vehicle? Did you purchase a new vehicle? Make sure your electronic toll tag account has current license plate information.
Did you recently purchase a used vehicle from another individual? Verify with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that the previous owner transferred the title to you. Make sure the DMV has your correct address.
Make sure your electronic toll tag is active and your account is in good standing with a valid credit card or debit card associated with the account.
Toll Violation Notices
For detailed information on all FBCTRA tolls, plaza locations, and toll violation processing, please refer to the FBCTRA System Map and Toll Rates Page. In addition, the table below lists the appropriate contact information for toll violations.
If you do not have an electronic toll tag, and accidentally travel the road, you may call the Customer Support Center and make a one-time pre-payment. Future travel will require a valid toll tag.
|Fort Bend Toll Roads||Phone||Website|
|Customer Support Center||(855) 999-2024||FBTRCSC
The Fort Bend County Toll Road Authority only accepts payment via electronic tag. A motorist driving on the toll road without an electronic toll tag (EZ-TAG, TxTAG, or TollTag) may be issued a citation for "Failure to Pay Toll".
Toll Violation Notice (TVN)
When a vehicle passes through a toll plaza without a valid electronic toll tag, photographs of the license plates are taken to identify the vehicle. The registered owner of the vehicle will receive a Toll Violation Notice by first class mail.
How much can a Violation Cost?
The following table shows how five (5) violations can add up to more than $250 in tolls + penalty. Promptly contact the toll violation customer support center to resolve unpaid tolls.