Cashless tolling has started on Illinois Route 390 Tollway from Lake Street to I-290. This is the first, all-electronic roadway on the Illinois Tollway system, which provides for a safer, more efficient and seamless method of collecting tolls from customers.
I-PASS customers can drive on the Illinois Route 390 Tollway and benefit from a 50 percent discount on tolls. Transponders need to be mounted correctly. While multiple vehicles can be linked to an I-PASS account, each vehicle needs a separate transponder.
Since there are no toll booths or automated coin machines available along the Illinois Route 390 Tollway, all customers are driving on an I-PASS Tollway. Drivers with an unpaid toll should make note of the toll collection location by identifying the toll plaza name, number or the nearest milepost and go online at www.illinoistollway.com or pay by mail within the 7-day grace period.
Don’t have an I-PASS? Customers will save 50 percent on tolls when they get a transponder in person, online, by phone or by mail. The nearest I-PASS Customer Service Center is at the O’Hare Oasis on the Tri-State Tollway (I-294). In addition, nearly 200 Jewel-Osco locations* in Illinois sell I-PASS transponders including:
• Carol Stream - 750 W. Army Trail Road
• Elk Grove Village - 20 Biesterfield Road
• Glendale Heights - 2164 Bloomingdale Road
• Schaumburg - 1151 S. Roselle Road and 2501 Schaumburg Road
• Streamwood - 217 Irving Park Road
Customers can call 1-800-UC-IPASS or online.
*Jewel-Osco applies a $2.90 service charge per transponder. Activation is required for transponders; instructions are included in the transponder box.
Tolling of the section of Il. Route 390 from I-290 to Busse Road (Il. Route 83) is scheduled at the end of 2017.