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Florida's toll relief program saves drivers $42 million in its first month


TALLAHASSEE - Florida’s Toll Relief Program, which was announced in April for the second consecutive year, has distributed the first month of toll relief for Florida’s commuters. The program has saved nearly $42 million for over 1.2 million SunPass customers in its first month of operation. Under the year-long program, customers with at least 35 monthly toll transactions receive a 50 percent credit to their account applied automatically.

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. The program will continue for Florida’s drivers until March 2025.  A map of toll facilities included in this year’s program can be found here.

“Among the many benefits of choosing SunPass, we’re especially proud to offer Florida’s commuters with tangible savings for a second year in a row thanks to the bold vision of Governor DeSantis’ Toll Relief Program,” said Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Jared W. Perdue, P.E. “Providing a positive customer experience is an essential part of what we do, and this program has delivered real financial relief to Floridians when they need it most.”

There is no need to apply for the savingsdrivers with a Florida-based transponder are automatically enrolled. Floridians seeking to learn more about the Toll Relief Program can do so here.

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