ZipCash provides a pay-by-mail option at higher toll rates for customers who do not have a TollTag. When a vehicle without a TollTag drives through tolling points, high-speed cameras take digital images of the license plate, and the tolls are billed to the registered owner of the vehicle.
ZipCash bills can be paid online, by phone or in person at our Customer Service Centers or participating payment locations. After initial billing, customers are billed monthly.
Want lower toll rates? Open a TollTag account now.
Choose ZipCash to receive bills by mail and pay at least 50% more on toll rates.
Your ZipCash Account ID and PIN located on the top of your ZipCash invoice.
Your vehicle’s license plate number and state.
To pay online, you need a credit/debit card in good standing.
You have the option to receive your ZipCash bill by email, saving you time and paperwork. When you receive your ZipCash bill in the mail, you have two ways to opt-in to electronic billing:
Customers must first establish online access to their ZipCash account to request electronic billing. Once the account has been established, you can set your preference for receiving a monthly statement via email. To cancel enrollment, access your account and uncheck the email preference button.
Each year, millions of North Texans and visitors enjoy reliable, convenient, and smoother travel on NTTA toll roads. About 92% of drivers pay their tolls on time, but a small percentage of drivers who use our roads do not pay what they owe. We have adopted a fee structure to encourage timely toll payment.
Payment notifications are sent via USPS. Non-payment results in added fees and could lead to legal action.
Tolls only. No fees.
+ $10 late fee per notice
+ $10 late fee per notice
+ $25 late fee per notice
All Zipcash tolls and fees listed above in "Second Notice Nonpayment"
All ZipCash tolls and fees listed in “Second Notice of Nonpayment” + any court costs, fines and fees, as provided by law
Past-due tolls may be resolved by calling 972-818-NTTA (6882) or 817-731-NTTA (6882) or by visiting one of our Customer Service Centers.
Avoid late fees by scheduling a recurring reminder to pay your bill online.
A driver who incurs 100 or more unpaid tolls within a rolling year and who has been issued at least two nonpayment notices will be considered a habitual violator and is subject to penalties.
To open a TollTag account, pay a ZipCash bill or receive other assistance with your account, use the locations tool to find the nearest NTTA Customer Service Center or third-party payment partner.