Your Peach Pass Can Now Be Used in 18 States

Good news for Peach Pass customers!

Peach Pass customers can now use E-ZPass toll roads in 10 more states, which brings the number of additional states to 18.

Your Peach Pass Can Now Be Used in 18 States
Courtesy of Peach Pass

The State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) announced that Peach Pass is partnering with E-ZPass to enable account holders to travel toll roads across numerous states, using one transponder sticker and one account.

Now, not only can you use your Peach Pass to shave time off your Atlanta commute, you can use it when you travel to other states too.

As of January 2024, Peach Pass holders can now use their accounts in the Southeast hub (Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina), and in the following additional E-ZPass states…

  • Indiana
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Rhode Island
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • Ohio
  • West Virginia
  • Virginia
  • Minnesota
  • Delaware

So how does this work?

Both Peach Pass and E-ZPass operate through an electronic toll collection system, which takes cash and coins out of the toll collection process. To access Peach Pass, drivers can establish an account, prepay tolls, and attach a small electronic transponder sticker device to their vehicles. Tolls are automatically deducted from the prepaid account as the customer passes through the toll lane. 

To access the toll roads in the aforementioned states, including Georgia, all residents need is a Peach Pass account and transponder, which you can register for online. Once you’ve got that established, you’ll be able to travel on the E-ZPass roads the same way you can use the Peach Pass lanes in Georgia. This is a great way to travel without worrying about violations or paying cash. 

The SRTA has announced that more states will be included in the future as well.

Happy traveling!

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Your Peach Pass Can Now Be Used in 18 States