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Phase 2 of the 95 Express Project runs from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595.

Phase 3 of the 95 Express Project runs from I-595 to Linton Boulevard.

Please note: Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media upon request. (Florida Statute 119)

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General Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
Quick Tips: Know Your Toll
  1. Tolls are posted for the destinations shown on the overhead signs.
  2.  All tolls are “locked in” from your point of entry. The top toll shows the price for the nearest exit; the bottom toll shows the total price for traveling to the farthest exit.*
    1.  *If you enter the southbound  Express Lanes in Broward County, the top toll shows the price for the Florida’s Turnpike/SR 826 exit, which is the second Express Lanes exit; the bottom toll shows the  price for the SR 112/SR 836/I-395 exit (Downtown Miami Area).
  3. Southbound Express Lanes:
    1. If you enter in Broward County and exit at Ives Dairy Road, you will pay $0.50 LESS than the toll amount posted for the Florida’s Turnpike/SR 826 exit.
    2. If you enter in Miami-Dade County, you will pay the exact toll amounts posted on the overhead signs.
  4. Northbound Express Lanes:
    1.  If you enter near Downtown Miami/SR 112/SR 836/I-395 and exit at Ives Dairy Road, you will pay $0.50 MORE than the toll amount posted for the Florida’s Turnpike/SR 826 exit.
    2.  If you enter at any additional entry points, you will pay the exact toll amounts posted on the overhead signs.
How does dynamic tolling work on 95 Express?
Roadside equipment monitors traffic in the Express Lanes and toll prices periodically adjust to maintain free-flowing travel.  Express Lanes use dynamic tolling to manage the flow of traffic to get you to your destination safely and on time.  As traffic in the Express Lanes increases, the toll price goes up to manage demand.  As traffic in the Express Lanes decreases, toll prices go down. You will see destination and toll amount signs in advance of Express Lane entry points to let you know the current toll amount to travel to the destinations displayed.  When you pass under a toll amount sign, the toll rate is locked in for the destinations shown. If the rates go up, you will pay no more than what was shown on the sign. If the rates go down, you will be charged the lower rate.
What was I charged for my trip?
The toll amount is displayed on the overhead electronic signs before each of the 95 Express entrances so drivers have time to decide to use the express lanes or stay in the local lanes. Please visit SunPass.com to view your current activity and toll charges in the Express Lanes.
How do I review my activity?
You may view your current SunPass activity or previous monthly statements by accessing your online account at www.sunpass.com with your username, SunPass account, or transponder number and PIN.
What do I do if I received an unpaid toll document?
Receipt of an Unpaid Toll Document may mean one or more of the following: there is inaccurate license plate information on your SunPass account; there are no funds in your SunPass account; or the transponder is mounted incorrectly or not mounted, which results in your transponder functioning intermittently and causing toll documents. For additional information to resolve Unpaid Toll Documents please click here”.
What do I do if I missed a toll?
If you missed a toll and are not a SunPass Account Holder, please click here for additional information.
Phase 2 of the 95 Express Project runs from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595. Phase 3 of the 95 Express Project runs from I-595 to Linton Boulevard.

Please note: Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media upon request. (Florida Statute 119)

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Tolls
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of the 95 Express Bus and how do I pay?
Broward County Transit: $2.65 for one ride, $26.50 for 10 rides, or $91 for a 31 day pass. You can pay for one ride with exact change on the bus or purchase passes online at  www.broward.org/BCT/Fares/Pages/BusPassPurchase.aspx. Miami-Dade County Transit: $2.65 for one ride. You can pay on the bus with cash or a loaded EASY Card or EASY Ticket. EASY Cards can be purchased online at http://www.miamidade.gov/transit/easy-card.asp or by calling 786-469-5151. EASY Cards and EASY Tickets can also be purchased at EASY Card vending machines at any Metrorail station, the Adrienne Arsht Metromover station, or the Golden Glades Park-n-Ride lot, any MDT sales outlet, or the Transit Service Center, located at 111 NW First Street, Miami, FL 33128 on the second level of the building.
Is there a cost to park at the Park-n-Ride lots?
No; all Park-n-Ride lots in Broward County are free for 95 Express users.
Do the buses have wi-fi?
Yes.
Phase 2 of the 95 Express Project runs from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595. Phase 3 of the 95 Express Project runs from I-595 to Linton Boulevard.

Please note: Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media upon request. (Florida Statute 119)

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95 Express Bus
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register my vehicle for the Hybrid/3+ Carpool toll-free program for 95 Express?
Use the links below to complete the online form to register your carpool or hybrid: Register your 3+ Carpool Register your Hybrid Vehicle* *Please note: Hybrid owners who wish to register for 95 Express must have a valid State of Florida HOV decal. State-issued HOV decals are obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles or any tag agency.
How do I know if I qualify as a 3+ carpooler?
3+ passenger carpools are defined as at least three commuters of legal driving age traveling to and from work in one vehicle. If a participant plans on using their personal vehicle in the carpool, they are required to provide their license number and tag information; if they are only a rider in the carpool, SFCS will only need their home/work information. If you receive a new license plate number, you must contact SFCS with the information to avoid being charged tolls. The new license plate number will be updated in your file and shared with SunPass. Commuters registering to participate in the 95 Express 3+ carpool program are only eligible to register a maximum of two vehicles per carpool participant.
How do I know if my hybrid qualifies to use the lanes toll-free?
For more information on which vehicles qualify as a hybrid and on how to obtain a HOV decal, please visit www.flhsmv.gov/dmv/hov.html.
Do I need anything other than my HOV decal to use the lanes as a toll-free hybrid user?
Once you register with South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS)/SunPass, you will receive a “95 Express” decal to display in the front windshield of your vehicle. You will also receive a confirmation letter notifying you of your enrollment as a toll-free user.  This letter should be kept in the glove box of your vehicle at all times. The decal and your enrollment letter are your proof of ability to use only the 95 Express Lanes in Southeast Florida for free. SunPass receives an updated list of registered vehicles, including license plate numbers, from SFCS every day.
How do I renew my registration?
Hybrid vehicle drivers are required to renew their 95 Express registration annually. 95 Express registrations will expire within 30 days of a participant’s state-issued HOV decal expiration. A registrant will be sent a 95 Express Hybrid renewal notice 30 days prior to their 95 Express Hybrid decal expiration date notifying them to renew their registration with SFCS. If a registrant does not renew their registration, the participant will be placedon “inactive status” and SunPass will be notified to remove their license plate from the eligible toll-free user list.
What do I do with my SunPass so I will not be charged?
If you currently have a SunPass transponder and are using the 95 Express lanes as a hybrid or 3+ carpool user, a shield is provided to you which you will use to block your transponder. If you have a transponder with two suction cups, you will need to remove it from the windshield and place it in an RF shield bag that will be provided by SFCS. If you have a SunPass Mini tag, you will utilize the tag disabler shield that will be provided by SFCS. Participants are responsible for properly shielding their SunPass transponder when using the 95 Express Lanes as a toll free-user or they may be responsible for any toll charges incurred.
I am a registered user; why am I being charged?
Any questions or concerns regarding toll charges for active registrations must be addressed within 60 days of the date of the toll charge. This includes toll charges related to Tesla vehicles or other electric vehicles that are unable to use standard procedures to shield their transponders. Please contact SFCS at 1-800-234-RIDE or email sfcs@1800234RIDE.com should you receive any charges.
Phase 2 of the 95 Express Project runs from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595. Phase 3 of the 95 Express Project runs from I-595 to Linton Boulevard.

Please note: Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media upon request. (Florida Statute 119)

Complete the form below and a representative will follow up with you:
Hybrid / 3+ Carpool
Phase 2 of the 95 Express Project runs from the Golden Glades Interchange to I-595. Phase 3 of the 95 Express Project runs from I-595 to Linton Boulevard.

Please note: Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media upon request. (Florida Statute 119)

Complete the form below and a representative will follow up with you:
Construction
General questions about 95 Express?
Please call 1-800-234-7433

Question about toll charges?
Please call 1-888-TOLL-FLA (865-5352)
or visit www.sunpass.com

Transit Information

Miami Dade Transit
Call 3-1-1
or visit www.miamidade.gov/transit

Broward County Transit
Call 954-357-8400
or visit www.broward.org/bct

Hybrid and 3+ Carpool Information

South Florida Commuter Services
Call 800-234-RIDE (7433)
or visit www.1800234ride.com

MEDIA CONTACT

FDOT District 4 PIO Barbara Kelleher (Broward) PH: 954-777-4090 barbara.kelleher@dot.state.fl.us