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Important: New toll rates schedule beginning Feb. 1, 2024.
Rates for travel on Highway 407 ETR are changing effective February 1, 2024. View the 2024 rate schedule by vehicle type below.


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Learn how your fees contribute to peace of mind on the road.

Highway 407 ETR is a toll road that drivers pay a fee to use. Collecting fees allows us to maintain an excellent safety record and offer less congestion than alternate routes—so that you'll experience a fast, safe and reliable trip.

Calculate your trip

What do your fees cover?

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World-class customer service

We put our customers first. You can expect a seamless, world-class experience when you need help.

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High-quality maintenance

We regularly clear debris and hazards, replace signage, repair potholes, resurface the roadway and more.

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24/7 highway patrol

Highway patrollers provide emergency response, traffic control and free roadside assistance.

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Snow removal

Our 90-piece winter equipment fleet removes snow and sleet to help keep you safer in winter conditions.

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Light Vehicles

Cars, vans, SUVs, small trucks (under 5,000 kg), limos, motorcycles


Heavy Single Unit Vehicles

Buses, trucks, tractors (over 5,000 kg) 

Heavy Single Unit

Heavy Multiple Unit Vehicles

Trucks and tractors with trailers (over 5,000 kg)

Heavy Multiple Unit

Save money with a transponder

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Frequent drivers

If you’re driving a light vehicle and don’t have a transponder, our automated system will scan your licence plate and send a bill to the registered owner of the vehicle.

If you travel on Highway 407 ETR regularly, consider ordering a transponder. It pays for itself after just three round trips a year by eliminating camera charges and account fees.

Order a transponder
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Out-of-town drivers

If you’re driving a light vehicle, you don't need a transponder or an account. A bill will be sent to you automatically within 45 days of your first trip.

If you’re driving a heavy vehicle (single or multiple unit), a transponder is required by law.

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Rental car drivers

If you’re driving a rental vehicle, a bill will be sent to the rental car company.

Be sure to ask your rental car company about their billing practices before driving. It’s up to them how to bill toll charges and any added administrative fees.

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Ridesharing services

You can easily use ridesharing services on Highway 407 ETR. Charges are added to your trip fare.

Managing your account

Create a My Account today to pay your bills, set up pre-authorized payments, update your details, get access to exclusive benefits and more.

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Highway 407 ETR and Highway 407

What’s the difference?

Highway 407 ETR is connected to a provincially owned tolled highway called Highway 407. While there are some differences between these two roads, you’ll still experience a seamless driving experience with just one bill and one transponder.

A map of Highway 407 ETR and Highway 407, with Highway 407 starting from Regional Road 1 to Highway 115.

407 ETR

  • Zone 1: QEW to Highway 401
  • Zone 2: Highway 401 to Highway 427
  • Zone 3: Highway 427 to Highway 404
  • Zone 4: Highway 404 to Brock Road

Highway 407

  • Highway 407

Highway 407 ETR

  • Privately owned and operated
  • Runs from Burlington to Pickering
  • Fees set by Highway 407 ETR

Highway 407

  • One bill
    You’ll receive one bill from 407 ETR. We take care of passing revenue for Highway 407 back to the Government of Ontario.
  • One transponder
    Your 407 ETR transponder is valid on any toll highway in Ontario.