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Title: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Roadgeekteen on May 09, 2021, 10:45:19 PM
I have clinched:

Mass Pike
New Hampshire Turnpike
Spaulding Turnpike
Everett Turnpike
Maine Turnpike
New Jersey Turnpike
Delaware Turnpike
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Max Rockatansky on May 09, 2021, 10:45:52 PM
Every toll road in Florida.

Amusingly I did CA 73 accidentally one time when I was an Arizona resident.  I have driven every tolled bridge in the San Francisco Bay Area. 
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Big John on May 09, 2021, 10:49:11 PM
Tri-State Tollway - IL
East-West Toll Road - IN
Ohio Turnpike

Bridges

Mackinac Bridge
I-75/Canada Bridge
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: ilpt4u on May 09, 2021, 10:51:57 PM
Tri-State Tollway
Veterans’ Memorial Tollway
Ronald Reagan Tollway
Jane Addams Tollway
Chicago Skyway
Elgin-O’Hare Tollway
Indiana East-West Toll Road
Ohio Turnpike
Maryland Inter County Connector That is an almost - got on from I-95, not from US 1. Looking closer at the map, the ICC doesn’t go all the way to the Parkway

If Toll Bridges count...Lewis & Clark Bridge along I-265
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: andrepoiy on May 09, 2021, 10:54:25 PM
New York Thruway (I-90) for pretty much most of the distance.

Same for Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), and Delaware Turnpike (I-95)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Roadgeekteen on May 09, 2021, 10:54:51 PM
New York Thruway (I-90) for pretty much most of the distance.

Same for Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), and Delaware Turnpike (I-95)
For the thruway have you been on the I-87 part?
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: andrepoiy on May 09, 2021, 10:57:18 PM
New York Thruway (I-90) for pretty much most of the distance.

Same for Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), and Delaware Turnpike (I-95)
For the thruway have you been on the I-87 part?

Right, I have not.

The GPS routed us through NJ/PA to Toronto instead and not I-87
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: SkyPesos on May 09, 2021, 11:05:21 PM
I'll just list my traveled toll roads, and put a star next to it for clinched

- Jane Addams Tollway*
- Chicago Skyway*
- Tri State Tollway MM 0-40
- Indiana Toll Road MM 0-17
- Pennsylvania Turnpike MM 75-236
- Mon Fayette Expy MM 11-36
- Massachusetts Turnpike MM 78-Eastern terminus
- NY Thruway MM 426-PA border
- NJ Turnpike Southern Terminus-Exit 13 and Exit 14-16E
- I-78 NJ Turnpike extension*
- Various Chinese expressways, as the whole system is tolled

Edit: forgot the Florida ones:
- Florida's Turnpike MM 254-Northern terminus
- FL 528 Western terminus-MM 11
- FL 429 MM 6-22

I have a grand total of 0 miles driven on the Ohio turnpike, though have been on the free sections in the state of all 3 interstates that uses the turnpike at some point. The way the turnpike is aligned makes it hard to find a practical reason to use it from where I am.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: jeffandnicole on May 09, 2021, 11:14:41 PM
NJ Turnpike
Garden State Parkway
Atlantic City Expressway
Delaware Turnpike
PA Turnpike (Mainline)
PA Turnpike (NE Extension)
Maryland's tolled I-95
Ohio Turnpike
Indiana Turnpike
NH Turnpike

(I'm not doing bridges and tunnels. Some could be multiple times per *day*).
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: bassoon1986 on May 09, 2021, 11:23:06 PM
I think this is all I have:

Lake Pontchartrain Causeway (LA)
Dallas North Tollway (TX)
President George Bush Turnpike (TX)
Sam Rayburn Tollway (TX)


iPhone
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: MinecraftNinja on May 09, 2021, 11:24:37 PM
Everett Turnpike and Indiana Tollroad.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Rothman on May 09, 2021, 11:39:45 PM
Maine Turnpike
NH Turnpike (I-95 -- Fine, Blue Star Whatever)
Mass Pike
Mount Equinox (VT)
Mount Washington (NH)
NY Thruway (entire system)
Whiteface Mt. (NY)
Rip Van Winkle Br
Kingston-Rhinecliff Br
Mid-Hudson Br
Newburgh-Beacon Br
Bear Mountain Br
Tappan Zee (Cuomo) Br
George Washington Br
Lincoln Tunnel
Holland Tunnel
Goethals Bridge
Outerbridge Crossing
Verrazzano Narrows Br
RFK (Triborough) Br
Bronx-Whitestone Br
Throgs Neck Br
NJ Turnpike (all of it, including extensions)
Garden State Parkway
Atlantic City Expressway
JFK (DE)
DE 1
I-95 in MD
I-895 in MD
Francis Scott Key Bridge
Hatem Bridge
PA Turnpike, all but Mon-Fayette, PA 66 and PA 576.
OH Turnpike
WV Turnpike
IN Toll Road...
Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco Bay Bridge
17 Mile Drive
Sunshine Skyway Bridge
Garcon Point Bridge
Pensacola Beach Bridge
Coquihalla Highway
Cobequid Pass (Nova Scotia)
Lake Ponchartrain Causeway
Thousand Islands Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge
CBBT
Delaware Memorial
Commodore Barry
Walt Whitman
Benjamin Franklin
Trenton-Morrisville
Scudder Falls
I-78 across Delaware
Easton-Phillipsburg
I-80 at Del Water Gap
Milford-Montague
Nice Bridge

Bert T Combs Mountain Parkway, Daniel Boone Parkway and Cumberland Parkways before tolls were removed...

Does Going to the Sun Road count?  Acadia's Park Loop Road?  Heck, any NPS tour road that requires a fee?

I am sure I am missing some other scenic kind of toll roads and I am pretty sure I haven't fully clinched anything in the Chicagoland area.

Not sure if I fully clinched Alligator Alley, but I believe I have at least passed through all (both?) of its toll plazas.

I also don't think I've gone all the way to US 1 on MD 200.  Just from I-370 to I-95.

Strangely, I don't believe I've been across the Bayonne Bridge.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Roadgeekteen on May 09, 2021, 11:45:27 PM
Maine Turnpike, NH Turnpike, Mass Pike, Mount Equinox (VT), Mount Washington (NH), NY Thruway, Whiteface Mt. (NY), All toll bridges across Hudson and in NYC, NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, Delaware Turnpike, I-95 in MD, I-895 in MD, PA Turnpike, but not Mon-Fayette, OH Turnpike, WV Turnpike, IN Toll Road...

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay Bridge, 17 Mile Drive...

Bert T Combs Mountain Parkway, Daniel Boone Parkway and Cumberland Parkways before tolls were removed...

Sunshine Skyway Bridge...

Pensacola area bridges...

Coquihalla Highway...

Lake Ponchartrain Causeway

Does Going to the Sun Road count?

I am sure I am missing some other scenic kind of toll roads and I am pretty sure I haven't fully clinched anything in the Chicagoland area.
Oh I've also clinched the Mount Washington road.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Great Lakes Roads on May 10, 2021, 03:17:30 AM
Okay, here we go! Let's see...

Toll Roads:
US
SR 73 (California)
Delaware Turnpike (I-95)
DE 1
FL SR 417
James Addison Memorial Tollway (I-90)
Tri-State Tollway (I-80/94/294)
Chicago Skyway (I-90)
Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355)
Elgin-O'hare Tollway (IL Route 390)
Indiana Toll Road (I-80/90)
Kansas Turnpike
Maine Turnpike
Blue Star Turnpike (I-95)
Berkshire Turnpike
Triangle Expressway (NC 540)
Ohio Turnpike
Turner Turnpike (I-44)
Cimarron Turnpike (US 412)
Creek Turnpike
I-376 (Beaver Valley Expressway)
PA 43 (Mon-Fayette Expressway)
PA 576 (Southern Beltway)
PR 22
PR 52
PR 53
TX SH 130
West Virginia Turnpike (I-77/64)

Canada
407 ETR
412

Express Lanes:
I-95 Express Lanes (MD)
I-77 Express Lanes (NC)
I-35W (TX)
I-635
I-820
WA SR 167

Bridges:
Cline Avenue Bridge (IN SR 912)
Ohio River Bridges Project (I-65/I-265)
Tobin Bridge (US 1)
Mackinac Bridge (I-75)
Ambassador Bridge
Interstate 78 Bridge
Thousand Islands Bridge
Teodoro Moscoso Bridge
Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge
Lewisville Lake Toll Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
South Norfolk Jordan Bridge

Tunnels:
Fort McHenry Tunnel
Summer Tunnel
Downtown Tunnel
Midtown Tunnel

Pikes Peak (CO)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Scott5114 on May 10, 2021, 04:04:15 AM
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: DandyDan on May 10, 2021, 04:52:38 AM
The three I know for sure are the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway and the Chicago Skyway. I believe the only piece of the Tri State I have missed is the section between where I-88 exits going northbound and I-88 enters going northbound. The only other ones I have been on are the Indiana Toll Road, the Kansas Turnpike and the Ohio Turnpike.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: stridentweasel on May 10, 2021, 05:50:48 AM
Kansas:
Kansas Turnpike
Oklahoma:
Cherokee Turnpike
Turner Turnpike
Will Rogers Turnpike
Texas:
TX 130 Tollway
Illinois:
Chicago Skyway
Tri-State Tollway
Indiana:
Indiana East-West Toll Road
Ohio:
Ohio Turnpike
Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania Turnpike Mainline
Delaware:
Delaware Turnpike

I guess I shouldn't count bridges or the I-95 Maryland toll.

Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cabiness42 on May 10, 2021, 07:46:56 AM
Roads:
Colorado: E 470, Northwest Pkwy
Delaware: Delaware Turnpike
Florida: Alligator Alley
Illinois: Jane Addams Tollway, Tri-State Tollway, Reagan Tollway, Veterans Memorial Tollway, Elgin-O'Hare Tollway
Indiana: Indiana Toll Road
Maryland: Kennedy Memorial Highway
New Jersey: NJ Turnpike (sans extensions)
Ohio: Ohio Turnpike
Oklahoma: Turner Turnpike, Will Rogers Turnpike
West Virginia: WV Turnpike

Bridges/Tunnels:
California: San Mateo/Heyward Bridge
Delaware/New Jersey: Delaware Memorial Bridge
Florida: Garcon Point bridge
Illinois: Chicago Skyway
Indiana: Cline Ave Bridge
Indiana/Kentucky: Lewis & Clark Bridge, Kennedy/Lincoln Bridges
Maryland: Millard E Tydings Memorial Bridge
Michigan: Mackinac Bridge
Michigan/Ontario: Ambassador Bridge, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel
New Jersey/New York: GW Bridge, Lincoln Tunnel, Holland Tunnel
New Jersey/Pennslyvania: Delaware Water Gap Bridge, Interstate 78 Toll Bridge
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Avalanchez71 on May 10, 2021, 07:56:11 AM
Florida
Florida's Turnpike (SR 91)
Florida's Turnpike Extension (SR 821)
Sawgrass Parkway (SR 869)
Don Shula Expressway (SR 874)
Airport Expressway (SR 112)
Snapper Creek Expressway (SR 878)
Gratigny Parkway (SR 924)
Card Sound Road


I used to say that I clinched SR 836 (Dolphin Exwy), however, they extended it and I have not been on the extension.  I could also say the same with the old Crosstown Expressway now named after some Selmon dude. (SR 618).  I have been on the toll roads in the Orlando area as well but they keep on extending those.  I am not sure if I clinched them or not.

Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: formulanone on May 10, 2021, 08:30:50 AM
Florida's Turnpike (FL 91)
Florida's Turnpike Extension (FL 821)
Sawgrass Parkway (FL 869)
Don Shula Expressway (FL 874)
Airport Expressway (FL 112)
Snapper Creek Expressway (FL 878)
Gratigny Parkway (SR 924)
Card Sound Road (CR 905/905A)
Dolphin Expressway (FL 836)
East-West Expressway (FL 408)
Alligator Alley (I-75/former FL 84)
Suncoast Parkway (FL 589)
Beeline/Beachline Expressway (FL 528)
Osceola Parkway (CR 522)
Rickenbacker Causeway (SR/CR? 913)
First Coast Parkway (FL 23)
Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
Indiana Toll Road
Elgin-O'Hare (IL 390)
Tri-State Tollway (I-294)
Chicago Skyway
Garden State Parkway
New England Thruway
West Virginia Turnpike
Dallas North Tollway
Chisholm Trail Parkway
Sam Houston/Beltway 8
Hardy Toll Road
TX Toll 130
Virginia SR 895
Everett Turnpike
I-376
Pennsylvania 576
Mon–Fayette Expressway (PA 43)
Ontario 407 ETR
Tuscaloosa Bypass / Joe Mallisham Parkway
Intercounty Connector (MD 200)
E-470
Dulles Toll Road

Missing full clinch due to recent expansion:
LeRoy Selmon/Crosstown Expressway

Bridges/Tunnels:
Sunshine Skyway Bridge
George Washington Bridge
Outerbridge Crossing
Holland Tunnel
Rainbow Bridge (Niagara Falls)
Chesapeake Bay Bridge
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel
Tappan Zee / Mario Andretti Bridge
Commodore Barry Bridge
Walt Whitman Bridge
Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Betsy Ross Bridge
Burlington-Bristol Bridge
Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge
Bridge of the Gods
Golden Gate Bridge
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
Richmond–San Rafael Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel
San Luis Pass Bridge (west of Galveston)
Millard E Tydings Memorial Bridge
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Angelo71 on May 10, 2021, 08:36:13 AM
I have clinched:

Mass Pike
New Hampshire Turnpike
Spaulding Turnpike
Everett Turnpike
Maine Turnpike
New Jersey Turnpike
Delaware Turnpike
I'm sorry, I'm new and what is a clinch? Does it mean drive the whole road?
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: 1 on May 10, 2021, 08:38:33 AM
I have clinched:

Mass Pike
New Hampshire Turnpike
Spaulding Turnpike
Everett Turnpike
Maine Turnpike
New Jersey Turnpike
Delaware Turnpike
I'm sorry, I'm new and what is a clinch? Does it mean drive the whole road?

Yes. (It doesn't have to be in one sitting.)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: GaryV on May 10, 2021, 09:06:05 AM
New Hampshire
Kentucky (after the tolls were gone, and maybe before)
Chicago Skyway (is that a toll road or toll bridge?)
Maybe the Tri-State.
A lot of the NY Thruway, but I don't know if I got it all.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: 1995hoo on May 10, 2021, 09:29:01 AM
Not going to try to count bridges and tunnels. I think the following is accurate for toll roads.

Dulles Toll Road
Dulles Greenway
I-495 HO/T lanes in Virginia
I-95 and I-395 HO/T lanes in Virginia
The Pocahontas Parkway (VA-895)
JFK Highway in Maryland (I think of the toll as being for the bridge, but when I was a little kid it was definitely construed as being for the whole road, so I'll list it)
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway (while the toll is for the tunnel, you can't use the road northbound without going through the tunnel)
Delaware Turnpike
US-301 in Delaware
Pennsylvania Turnpike and Northeast Extension
New Jersey Turnpike mainline (both Eastern and Western Spurs) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike extension, but not the Newark Bay Extension
Atlantic City Expressway
New England Thruway (I-95 in New York)
New Hampshire Turnpike
Mount Washington Auto Road
Maine Turnpike
Cobequid Pass Toll Highway in Nova Scotia
Florida's Turnpike mainline (but not the Homestead Extension)
The Bee Line (FL-528)
FL-417
FL-429
The tolled portion of FL-414
Sawgrass Expressway (FL-869, though I have not been on the non-tolled surface street part east of the Turnpike)
Gratigny Parkway (FL-924)
Alligator Alley
Rickenbacker Causeway
First Coast Expressway (FL-23)—I'll lose this clinch when they extend the road, and I doubt I'll ever re-clinch it because we use it to visit a friend who is preparing to move this summer, so I won't have any reason to use the road once she moves.

Missing tiny pieces of: The Garden State Parkway between NJ-440 and the New Jersey Turnpike; the Intercounty Connector (MD-200) between I-95 and US-1; the Powhite Parkway (VA-76) at its extreme western end; and VA-195 at its extreme western end.


(Edited to add the Atlantic City Expressway, which I had forgotten about until I saw Crown Victoria's post.)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Crown Victoria on May 10, 2021, 10:00:45 AM
Turnpikes and toll roads:

Pennsylvania Turnpike mainline
PA Turnpike NE Extension
PA 576 Southern Beltway (as it exists presently, will attempt to clinch new section when possible)
NJ Turnpike Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension
NJ Turnpike Newark Bay Extension
Atlantic City Expressway
Delaware Turnpike
Delaware Route 1
John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway
I-185 Southern Connector
Sawgrass Expressway
Alligator Alley
Airport Expressway (Miami)
Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike

Express Lanes:
I-77 NC
I-495 VA
I-95 MD

Bridges and Tunnels:
Delaware Memorial Bridge
Commodore Barry Bridge
Walt Whitman Bridge
Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Betsy Ross Bridge
Burlington-Bristol Bridge
Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge
I-78 Toll Bridge
I-80 Toll Bridge
Holland Tunnel
Outerbridge Crossing
Verrazzano Narrows Bridge
RFK Bridge
George Washington Bridge
Gov. Cuomo/Tappan Zee Bridge (if counted separately from the NY Thruway)
Rainbow Bridge (Niagara Falls)
Peace Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel
Fort McHenry Tunnel
Townsends Inlet Bridge
Corsons Inlet Bridge

Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Rothman on May 10, 2021, 10:04:20 AM
Love updating my list as others remind me of ones I've clinched...
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Brandon on May 10, 2021, 10:33:48 AM
Tri-State Tollway
Northwest Tollway
East-West Tollway
North-South Tollway
Elgin-O’Hare Tollway
Chicago Skyway
Indiana Toll Road
Ohio Turnpike
HE Bailey Turnpike
Will Rogers Turnpike
Indian Nation Turnpike
Kansas Turnpike
Everglades Parkway
Massachusetts Turnpike
New England Thruway
New Hampshire Turnpike
New Jersey Turnpike
Delaware Turnpike
Delaware Route 1
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cbeach40 on May 10, 2021, 12:10:36 PM
407ETR (ON)
Hwy 407 (ON)
Hwy 412 (ON)
Alligator Alley (FL)
Martin Anderson Beachline (FL)
Ronald Reagan Turnpike (FL)
Chicago Skyway (IL)
Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (IL)
Tri State Tollway (IL)
Veterans Memorial Tollway (IL)
MassPike
Blue Star Turnpike (NH)
NYST Niagara leg (back in the day)


Those are the only ones end to end. Got most of the NYST and OH Turnpike but not quite all yet, plus a bunch of smaller ones here and there. And more bridges and tunnels than I can remember.


I'm sorry, I'm new and what is a clinch? Does it mean drive the whole road?

Exactly. It's a subjective thing but can be fun. As driver or as passenger, driving the mainline only or driving all the service roads any everything - whatever floats your boat. :)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: jayhawkco on May 10, 2021, 12:51:40 PM
CA:
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (I-80)
Golden Gate Bridge (US101)
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (I-580)

CO:
E-470
Northwest Parkway
Pikes Peak Road

DE:
Delaware Memorial Bridge (I-295)

FL:
Everglades Parkway (I-75)

IL:
Ronald Regan Memorial Tollway (I-88)
Tri-State Tollway (I-94/I-294)
Chicago Skyway (I-90)
Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90)

IN:
Indiana East-West Toll Road (I-80/I-90)

KS:
Kansas Turnpike (I-35/I-335/I-470/I-70)

MD:
Harbor Tunnel (I-895)
Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge (I-95)

NH:
New Hampshire Turnpike (I-95)

NJ:
Delaware Memorial Bridge (I-295)

OK:
H.E. Bailey Turnpike (I-44)
Turner Turnpike (I-44)
Will Rogers Turnpike (I-44)

VA:
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel (US13)

WA:
Evergreen Point Floating Bridge (WA520)

Chris
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: CoreySamson on May 10, 2021, 12:59:04 PM
I'm pretty sure these are my only two toll road clinches:

Fort Bend Tollway
TX-288 Toll Lanes (though I drove it before the toll was instituted, so does this count?)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: webny99 on May 10, 2021, 01:39:42 PM
PA Turnpike Northeast Extension
NYS Thruway Niagara Section
NYS Thruway Berkshire Connector
NYS Thruway Garden State Parkway Connector
NYS Thruway Ripley-Lackawanna (not sure if this section has its own name?)
NJ Turnpike
Lincoln Tunnel
Holland Tunnel
Tappan Zee Bridge
George Washington Bridge
Bear Mountain Bridge
Indiana Toll Road
Delaware Turnpike
Delaware Memorial Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Mackinac Bridge
Mt Equinox (VT)
Whiteface Mtn (NY)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on May 10, 2021, 02:28:55 PM
Northwest Tollway
Reagan Tollway
Indiana Toll Road
whatever that I-95 thing is in NH
Mackinac Bridge
Florida's Turnpike
Maine Turnpike
Ass Mass Pike
Alligator Alley
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: plain on May 10, 2021, 04:11:19 PM
Every current toll road in the following states:

IN
MD
NJ
NY
OH
WV

Almost:

DE (missing US 301 entirely)
IL (missing IL 390 entirely and I-355 south of I-88)
NH (missing roughly the northern half of the Spalding Tpk)
PA (missing the Mon-Fayette Expwy entirely)
VA (missing VA 267 inside the beltway, as well as all HOT lanes in NOVA except I-66)

I've also clinched:

I-185 (SC)
NC 147 & 540 (at least until it's extended again)
Hardy Toll Rd (TX)

Former toll roads:

Audubon Pkwy (only KY Pkwy I've driven when it was still tolled)
GA 400
Niagara Section of the NYST
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: ET21 on May 10, 2021, 04:22:28 PM
PA Turnpike
Indiana Toll Road
North half of the E-470 Toll Road in Denver
Tri-State Tollway
Ronald Reagan Tollway
Jane Addams Tollway
Veterans Tollway
Elgin-O'Hare Tollway
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: skluth on May 10, 2021, 06:38:34 PM
Tri-State Tollway
The toll roads from the Chicago Skyway to Breezewood
Northwest (now Addams) Tollway
Will Rogers Turnpike
Turner Turnpike
Kansas Turnpike
The last four are as a passenger when I was young, so they may not count. Other than the Addams, I'd probably shunpike the rest in part because I'm retired and rarely in a hurry on vacation.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: kphoger on May 11, 2021, 02:06:09 PM
I'm bound to be forgetting some, but...

Kansas Turnpike (I-70/I-335/I-35)
East-West Toll Road (I-88ILL) or whatever it's called
Chicago Skyway (I-90)
H. E. Bailey Turnpike (I-44) but not its spur
Cimarron Turnpike (US-412)
TX-130
Camino Colombia Toll Road (TX-255) before tolls were removed
Autopista Monterrey–Nuevo Laredo (Carr. Fed. 85D)
Autopista Paila–Saltillo (Carr. Fed. 40D)
Autopista Chapalilla–Compostela (Carr. Fed. 68D)

I've also clinched the autopista between Chihuahua and Ciudad Juárez, but only by bus.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: deathtopumpkins on May 11, 2021, 03:49:18 PM
I assume those of you just listing "New Hampshire Turnpike" have driven all three roads (Blue Star, Spaulding, and Everett) and not just I-95?  ;-)



Excluding bridges, tunnels, managed lanes, and recreational roads/parks:

Full clinch:
I-95 Maine Turnpike
NH 16 Spaulding Turnpike
Everett Turnpike
I-95 Blue Star Turnpike
I-90 Massachusetts Turnpike
New York State Thruway (entire system)
New Jersey Turnpike (incl. spurs)
I-95 Delaware Turnpike
DE 1
US 301 (DE)
I-95 JFK Highway
VA 267 Dulles Toll Road & Dulles Greenway
VA 76 Powhite Parkway
VA 195 Downtown Expressway
VA 895 Pocahontas Parkway
VA 168 Chesapeake Expressway
NC 540
Indiana Toll Road
I-90 Chicago Skyway
Tri-State Tollway (plus Edens Spur)
I-90 Jane Addams Tollway
IL 390 Elgin-O'Hare Tollway
FL 23 First Coast Expressway
I-75 Alligator Alley
FL 589 Veterans Expressway & Suncoast Parkway
FL 618 Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway (incl. reversible express lanes)
I-44 Turner Turnpike
I-44 Will Rogers Turnpike


Partial:
Garden State Parkway (north of Exit 129)
Pennsylvania Turnpike (Exits 75-226, east of Exit 326)
Ohio Turnpike (west of Exit 218)
MD 200 Intercounty Connector (west of US 29)
West Virginia Turnpike (except Exits 40-48)
Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike (south of I-75)
Kansas Turnpike (I-70 portion)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: sparker on May 11, 2021, 09:40:30 PM
Not going to count bridges, just surface roads.
FULL:  CA: CA 241, CA 261, CA 133, CA 73
          IL:  E-W Tollway/I-88, Northwest/Addams/I-90, Tri-State/I-294 and/or 80. 
          IN:  ITR/I-80-90.
          NJ:  NJT/partial I-95. 
          MA: MassPike/I-90.
          NH: NH Turnpike/I-95.
          DE/MD: Remnant of JFK/I-95 at state line.
          FL:  Everglades Pkwy/Alligator Alley/I-75.
PARTIAL:
          OH: Ohio Turnpike/I-80 partial 90, from west end to I-76 junction.
          PA:  PA Turnpike, I-376 east to NJ state line.
          NJ:  GSP, from exit #96 north to NY state line.
          NY:  NYThruway (main trunk) from south end to US 6/future I-86 (I-87 and partially 287), I-87/90
                 junction west to PA state line,  Berkshire section:  exit B1 to MA state line (I-90).  Also did entirety
                 of Niagara/I-190 section before tolls were removed (1988).
          FL:  Florida's Turnpike, from I-4 north to I-75. 
          KS: Kansas Turnpike (2 segments), from I-335/470 junction to east end of pike (I-470, 70) and OK
                 state line to Exit 50/US 54/400 east of Wichita.

There may be some scraps elsewhere; that's what I can think of now.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: ctkatz on May 12, 2021, 08:24:08 AM
nh turnpike
ny thruway (I 87 section)
nj turnpike
delaware turnpike
del veterans memorial
penna turnpike

I also took 95 south through maryland but only 95 north is tolled.  does that count?
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: roadman65 on May 12, 2021, 08:30:52 AM
NJ Turnpike
Delaware Turnpike
WV Turnpike
Holland E-W Expressway in Florida
Florida Turnpike
Beachline Expressway.
SR 429 in Florida
SR 417 in Florida
SR 589 in Florida
SR 23 in Florida(until next phase opens)
Selmon Expressway and Extension in Tampa
Polk Parkway in Florida

Defunct VA Beach- Norfolk Expressway in VA.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: US 89 on May 12, 2021, 09:45:22 AM
Every toll road I’ve traveled, in bold if I’ve clinched it.

CA: 17 Mile Drive
CO: E-470, Northwest Parkway
FL: SR 417
NH: Blue Star Turnpike
ME: Maine Turnpike
OK: Turner Turnpike, Will Rogers Turnpike
SC: Southern Connector
TX: Beltway 8
UT: Adams Avenue Parkway

Bridges and tunnels are really a separate category, so I’ll put those here:

CA: Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge
NY: Queens-Midtown Tunnel
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Takumi on May 12, 2021, 10:10:32 AM
Powhite Parkway (VA 76)
Downtown Expressway (VA 195)
Pocahontas Parkway (VA 895)
Chesapeake Expressway (VA 168)
Jordan Bridge (VA 337)
Boulevard Bridge (VA 161)
Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike (I-95/85, long after tolls were removed)
Probably more
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cpzilliacus on May 12, 2021, 12:08:35 PM
[Bridges and tunnels with reasonably long approach roads included]

Maryland:

MD-200 (ICC)
I-95 (JFK Highway)
I-95 (Express Toll Lanes)
I-95 and I-395 (FMT)
MD-695 [signed I-695] (FSK)
I-895 (BHT) [includes I-895A and I-895B spurs]

Virginia:

VA-267 (Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Greeway)
VA-76 (Pohwhite Parkway)
VA-195 (Downtown Expressway)
VA-168 (Chesapeake Expressway)
VA-895 (Pocahontas Parkway)
495Express (Transurban managed lanes)
395Express (Transurban)
95Express (Transurban)
U.S. 13 (Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel)
VA-44 (Norfolk-Virginia Beach Expressway) [detolled, now I-264]
I-95 and I-85 (Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike) [detolled]

Pennsylvania:
I-76, I-276, I-95; I-476 Penn Pike (E-W Mainline; N.E. Extension)
PA-43 Mon-Fayette
PA-66 Greensburg Bypass

Delaware:

I-95 (Delaware Turnpike)
DE-1 (Relief Route)
U.S. 301

New Jersey:

New Jersey Turnpike (I-95 and NJ-700 sections and both the east and west "spurs" south of Exit 18)
Garden State Parkway
Atlantic City Expressway

New York:

I-87 (I-87 part of NYS Thruway)
I-90 (Berkshire Section of NYS Thruway when all of it was I-90)
I-95 (New England Thruway)

Connecticut
I-95 (Connecticut Turnpike) [detolled]

Maine:

I-95 (Maine Turnpike)

New Hampshire:

I-95 (New Hampshire Turnpike)

Massachusetts:

I-90 (MassPike and Ted Williams Tunnel)

Ohio:

I-76, I-80, I-90 (Ohio Turnpike)

Indiana:

I-80, I-90 (Indiana Toll Road)

Illinois:

I-90 (Chicago Skyway)

California:

CA-241,  CA-261, CA-73, CA-133 (Orange County TCA toll roads)
17 Mile Drive

Florida:

I-75 (Alligator Alley) [it was signed FL-84 before it was signed as I-75]
I-275 (Sunshine State Skyway)

Ontario:

Highway 407ETR (note: in 1997, it is longer now)

Québec:

A-15 (southern section only) [detolled]
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: webny99 on May 12, 2021, 01:42:11 PM
Bridges could probably be a separate thread at this point.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Rothman on May 12, 2021, 03:27:02 PM
Bridges could probably be a separate thread at this point.
No.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: roadman65 on May 12, 2021, 04:15:45 PM
PA Turnpike Northeast Extension
NYS Thruway Niagara Section
NYS Thruway Berkshire Connector
NYS Thruway Garden State Parkway Connector
NYS Thruway Ripley-Lackawanna (not sure if this section has its own name?)
NJ Turnpike
Lincoln Tunnel
Holland Tunnel
Tappan Zee Bridge
George Washington Bridge
Bear Mountain Bridge
Indiana Toll Road
Delaware Turnpike
Delaware Memorial Bridge
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Mackinac Bridge
Mt Equinox (VT)
Whiteface Mtn (NY)


The Erie Section I believe.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: roadman65 on May 12, 2021, 04:25:08 PM
Forgot I have done the KTA in Kansas in different trips, but nonetheless completed it all.

Also the Muskege Turnpike in OK.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: zzcarp on May 12, 2021, 08:25:55 PM
Colorado:
E-470
Northwest Parkway
Pikes Peak Toll Road
Mount Evans Highway

Delaware:
Delaware Turnpike

Illinois:
Chicago Skyway

Indiana:
Indiana Toll Road

Maryland:
JFK Memorial Highway (I-95 from Delaware to Baltimore)

New York:
Niagara Thruway (I-190)

Ohio:
Ohio Turnpike

Oklahoma:
Turner Turnpike
Will Rogers Turnpike

West Virginia:
West Virginia Turnpike
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: ftballfan on May 12, 2021, 10:30:05 PM
I've clinched very few toll roads:
Chicago Skyway
Ohio Turnpike
Florida's Turnpike Homestead Extension (just missing the southernmost four miles of the mainline Turnpike)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: index on May 12, 2021, 11:52:34 PM
The:
In conclusion, not that many. I'm not counting tolled sections of roads that are not otherwise tolled, such as bridges or park roads part of a larger route or anything like that.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: oscar on May 13, 2021, 12:20:39 AM
Too busy at the moment to make a complete list, but here are some of my more exotic ones:

CO 5 to the Mt. Evans summit (highest road in North America, but not much higher than the Pikes Peak toll road)

The Anton Anderson one-lane tunnel, shared by motor vehicles and trains, to Whittier AK

The short-lived lava viewing road on Hawaii's Big Island ("short-lived" not because destroyed by lava, but rather the lava stopped flowing there enough to generate tourist interest and toll revenue)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: epzik8 on May 13, 2021, 07:31:58 AM
Blue Star Turnpike (I-95 in New Hampshire)
Delaware Turnpike
New Jersey Turnpike (mainline and extensions)
Pennsylvania Turnpike mainline
Harbor Tunnel Thruway (I-895 in Baltimore)
Beachline Expressway (FL 528)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cpzilliacus on May 13, 2021, 08:46:24 AM
Bridges could probably be a separate thread at this point.

I included bridges and tunnels that have relatively substantial approach roads, such as I-695 (really MD-695) approaching the F.S. Key Bridge. I-895 (Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway) and U.S. 13 (Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel).
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Roadgeekteen on May 13, 2021, 11:25:34 AM
Bridges could probably be a separate thread at this point.

I included bridges and tunnels that have relatively substantial approach roads, such as I-695 (really MD-695) approaching the F.S. Key Bridge. I-895 (Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway) and U.S. 13 (Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel).
I didn't include any toll bridges or tunnels in my op.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: sprjus4 on May 13, 2021, 11:37:10 AM
Bridges could probably be a separate thread at this point.

I included bridges and tunnels that have relatively substantial approach roads, such as I-695 (really MD-695) approaching the F.S. Key Bridge. I-895 (Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway) and U.S. 13 (Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel).
True, but in all of those examples, the approach roads are free.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: vdeane on May 13, 2021, 12:54:27 PM
I-895 is only free north of Lombard Street.  The other 12 miles are tolled.  You even pay a toll to get on/off at Childs Street, even though you don't use the tunnel in that case.  It absolutely counts.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: sprjus4 on May 13, 2021, 03:42:46 PM
I-895 is an interesting case. The highway isn’t officially tolled except at the tunnel and that one exit, but the way it’s set up with all the ramps pointed towards the toll plaza, it ends up being you have no way of exiting before the toll plaza.

But the other two, the approach highways are definitely free.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cpzilliacus on May 14, 2021, 02:00:46 AM
True, but in all of those examples, the approach roads are free.

The U.S. 13 approach road to the CBBT from the Northhampton County (Eastern Shore) side is most definitely not free.

Short parts of the I-895B and I-895A spurs are free, but most of them (especially I-895B) are tolled.

Much of the MD-695 approach to the F.S. Key Bridge from the west is free, even though it is toll-maintained by MDTA.  Part of the approach to the bridge from the east is also free, but a significant portion is toll.

Most of the I-95 approaches to the FMT in Baltimore City (including I-395) are free, even though all of it is toll-maintained.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: tigerwings on May 14, 2021, 06:00:43 PM
E-470 in Colorado.  Been up CO 5, but no really a toll road.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: hobsini2 on May 16, 2021, 06:14:32 PM
Delaware:
I-95 Delaware JFK Tpk

Delaware/New Jersey:
I-295 Delaware Memorial Bridge

Florida:
County 522 Osceola Pkwy (Orlando area)

Illinois:
I-88 (East-West Tollway) Reagan Tollway
I-90 (Northwest Tollway) Jane Addams Memorial Tollway
I-90 Chicago Skyway
I-94/294 Tri-State Tollway
I-355 (North-South Tollway) Veterans Memorial Tollway
IL 390 (Elgin-O'Hare Tollway)

Indiana:
I-80/90 Indiana Toll Road

Indiana/Kentucky:
I-65 Abraham Lincoln Bridge (NB)

Kansas:
I-35/335/470/70 Kansas Tpk

Maryland:
I-95 JFK Memorial Hwy/Millard Tydings Bridge
I-95 Ft McHenry Tunnel
US 40 (Susquenhanna River Toll Bridge) Thomas J Hetam Memorial Bridge

New Jersey/New York:
I-78 Holland Tunnel
I-278 Goethals Bridge
NJ/NY 495 Lincoln Tunnel

New Jersey/Pennsylvania:
I-80 Delaware Water Gap Bridge
US 1 Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge

New York:
I-84 Newburgh-Beacon Bridge
I-95 New England Thruway
I-278 Verrazano Narrows Bridge
Atlantic Beach Bridge

Oklahoma:
I-44 Turner Tpk
I-44 Will Rogers Tpk
I-44 H.E. Bailey Tpk
Norman Spur H.E. Bailey Tpk

Rhode Island:
RI 138 Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge

Texas:
Spur 97 International Pkwy (DFW Airport)

Former Toll Roads (most were freeways at the time of clinching):
I-95/I-395 Connecticut Tpk
I-95 Gold Star Bridge (CT)
Merritt Pkwy (CT)
Audubon Pkwy (KY)
I-65 Kentucky Tpk
Natcher Pkwy (KY)
Pennyrile Pkwy (KY)
Hutchinson River Pkwy (NY)
I-30 Dallas-Ft Worth Tpk (TX)
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: sprjus4 on May 16, 2021, 06:17:50 PM
^

Well, if they weren’t freeways at the time of clinching, what were they? Two-lane roads? Non-limited-access?
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: achilles765 on May 17, 2021, 04:02:40 AM
I am sure I clinched at least one on the road trips we used to take from Baton Rouge to Woodstock Connecticut. But I don't know for sure. 
I do know these for sure though:

Hardy Toll Road
Fort Bend Parkway
SH 249 Tomball Tollway
Westpark Tollway
Sam Houston Tollway
Grand Parkway
The Interstate 10, 45, and 69 Hot Lanes
Dallas North Tollway
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: TheStranger on May 17, 2021, 07:52:40 PM
As a passenger:
Delaware Turnpike
North Luzon Expressway
Clark Spur Road
Massachusetts Turnpike (prior to the opening of I-90 east to the airport)

As a driver:
whatever was open of SH 183A northwest of Austin in 2010

Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: hobsini2 on May 17, 2021, 09:06:46 PM
^

Well, if they weren’t freeways at the time of clinching, what were they? Two-lane roads? Non-limited-access?
Only one was still a toll road, Pennyrile. when I clinched it.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: sprjus4 on May 17, 2021, 10:49:28 PM
^

Well, if they weren’t freeways at the time of clinching, what were they? Two-lane roads? Non-limited-access?
Only one was still a toll road, Pennyrile. when I clinched it.
True, but it's still a freeway nonetheless, toll or not.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: Big John on May 17, 2021, 11:38:14 PM
^

Well, if they weren’t freeways at the time of clinching, what were they? Two-lane roads? Non-limited-access?
Only one was still a toll road, Pennyrile. when I clinched it.
True, but it's still a freeway nonetheless, toll or not.
It's a regional thing.  Illinois does not refer to a toll highway "tollway" as a freeway.
Title: Re: Toll roads/turnpikes you have clinched
Post by: cpzilliacus on May 18, 2021, 06:08:39 AM
I-895 is an interesting case. The highway isn’t officially tolled except at the tunnel and that one exit, but the way it’s set up with all the ramps pointed towards the toll plaza, it ends up being you have no way of exiting before the toll plaza.

But the other two, the approach highways are definitely free.

I-895 was built and engineered in the pre-Interstate days (it opened 1957) as a way to keep north-south traffic traveling the U.S. 1 corridor and east-west traffic on the U.S. 40 corridor out of downtown Baltimore City.  It was absolutely intended as a thruway, with exits and entrances designed so that all traffic had to pass through the tunnel and pay the toll at the toll plaza located south of the tunnel. All of it has always been toll-maintained. 

The "free" section of I-895 north pf Lombard Street is fairly new.  Before the ramps at Lombard Street were constructed in the 1990's, the only "free" part was an exit at Moravia Road for southbound traffic (which was signed "LAST EXIT BEFORE TOLL") and entrances to I-895 northbound (signed I-95 then and now), since all traffic entering there ended up on I-95. 

When I-95 north of Baltimore opened as the Northeast Expressway (later JFK Highway) toll road i n 1963, I-895 was signed as "TO I-95" but not as I-895 until years later.  It became de-facto I-95 until the Fort McHenry Tunnel opened to traffic in 1985.

The ramps at Childs Street were always there, but only in the past 20-or-so years have has the northbound exit ramp and the southbound entrance ramp been properly signed.