Do You Know What Vehicles Are Allowed in I-4 Express?
Motorists who have driven within I-4 Express or alongside it on the nontolled lanes of Interstate 4 (I-4) likely have wondered what vehicles are permitted to use the new lanes.
I-4 Express was designed to offer motorists a transportation option that provides a reliable trip through Orlando. Managed lanes, such as I-4 Express, are highway lanes designed to address congestion. They have been successfully implemented in other areas around Florida, throughout the U.S, and around the world. Managed lanes can include reversible lanes and high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes in addition to express lanes.
To deliver this predictable trip on I-4 Express, some vehicles are not permitted within the tolled lanes.
Any two-axle vehicle equipped with an active, properly mounted SunPass or other Florida-accepted transponder can use I-4 Express. Vehicles with three or more axles or those towing trailers, boats or other types of vehicles are not allowed.
Pre-registered vanpools and buses are allowed to use I-4 Express for free. For more information on registering vanpools and buses, visit FDOT.gov. Since the tolled lanes are not designated as HOV lanes, there is no special rate for those vehicles.