I-4 Express provides motorists more options when it comes to their drive through Central Florida. Our how-to videos tell you everything you need to know to make the best use of those options. When traveling in the general use lanes motorists will see signs for I-4 Express lanes on the left. Drivers will need to be in the left lane to enter I-4 Express from […]
Entering the I-4 Express lanes is fast and easy. If you are driving with an approved toll transponder, look for the large sign showing the entry point. Once you pass the electronic sign, move to the left lane and look for the break in the barrier wall that separates the general use lanes from the I-4 Express lanes. Then simply merge onto I-4 Express and […]
I-4 Express relies on cameras and sensors to collect tolls electronically from prepaid accounts that are associated with accepted transponders. Drivers do not need to slow down as they pass through toll gantries on I-4 Express. The accepted transponders on the I-4 Express lanes are SunPass, E-ZPass, E-PASS, Peach Pass, LeeWay, and NC Quick Pass. There is no toll-by-plate option on I-4 Express, and motorists […]
The I-4 Express brochure provides motorists with a quick and easy-to-read guide to I-4 Express. The brochure provides drivers with information about entry and exit points, benefits of I-4 Express, vehicles permitted in the I-4 Express lanes, and the interoperable toll transponders that are accepted. A downloadable version of the brochure is available here.
Motorists who use I-4 Express have the option to enter the I-4 Express lanes from the general use lanes and exit back onto the general use lanes. They also have the option to use direct connect ramps. Direct connect ramps route motorists directly to the I-4 Express lanes from local roads and back to local roads from the I-4 Express lanes. State Road 408 and […]