Is 95 in New Hampshire a toll road?

Is 95 in New Hampshire a toll road?

The highway is also known as the Blue Star Turnpike or New Hampshire Turnpike, a toll road maintained by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) Bureau of Turnpikes. Interstate 95 traverses six municipalities in New Hampshire: Seabrook, Hampton Falls, Hampton, North Hampton, Greenland, and Portsmouth.

Are there cash tolls in New Hampshire?

New Hampshire toll roads accept cash. This means payments may be made by cash on those particular roads, although not all toll booths may be staffed at all hours. Some New Hampshire toll roads offer the option bill you.

Where are the tolls in New Hampshire?

There are three turnpikes in New Hampshire, where drivers may have to pay one or several tolls: the Blue Star Turnpike (more commonly known as Interstate 95), the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 16), and the F.E. Everett Turnpike (Route 3/Interstate 93).

How do I pay tolls in New Hampshire?

If it is within 7 days of your trip, you may make a payment by visiting and selecting Pay a Toll. If your trip was more than 7 days ago, you are unable to pay the toll until you receive a First Invoice in the mail.

How much is the toll on 95 in NH?

I-95 Tolls

Maine Turnpike (I-95) $6.45
New Hampshire
Blue Star Turnpike (I-95) Portsmouth, NH to NH/MA State Line $2.00
Blue Star Turnpike (I-95) $1.40

How much is the toll in NH?


Toll Cost for Cars $2.00 max $1.40 min
Truck Toll Cost $7.50 $1.35 min
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Distance of the Toll Road 16.2 miles 26.07 km
How to pay E-ZPass, cash

What happens if you don’t pay a toll in NH?

>> COVID-19 in New Hampshire: What you need to know Drivers who don’t have an E-ZPass can run the toll and will have seven days to pay online at or by phone at 877-643-9727. If the toll is not paid within seven days, the registered owner of the vehicle will receive an invoice.

Can I use my NH E-ZPass in a rental car?

We’ve done this several times, and E-Z Pass has no problem with you using a transponder in a rental car. You only run into a problem when your transponder flakes out and doesn’t register as you pass through the toll—which happened to us a few times on the trip.

Can I get an E-ZPass if I don’t own a car?

Yes. If you do not own a vehicle, you can still enroll in E-ZPass ®. If you don’t own a vehicle and wish to open an E-ZPass ® account on the E-ZPass ® website, please contact the E-ZPass ® Customer Service Center at 1-800-333-8655 for instructions.