Pennsylvania Turnpike Tops List As Most Expensive Toll Road in the Whole World!

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Pennsylvania Turnpike has taken the unenviable first position as the most expensive toll road in the world, according to a recently released report by insurance website Budget Direct, writes Anthony DiMattia for the Bucks County Courier Times.

The study determined that it costs motorists $112.91 to travel the nearly 360-mile long roadway. Its length is one of the reasons why it landed in first place on the list.

In comparison, second-placed Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Australia costs $45.43, and third-placed Rijeka – Zagreb/Split – Dubrovnik road in Croatia costs $38.42.

In the U.S., the closest road is the New York State Thruway at $28.05.

The PA Turnpike calculator puts a price for a motorist in a two-axel vehicle at $95.30 for traveling from one end of the state to the other. For E-ZPass customers, the rate would be $47.

The study’s results likely do not come as a surprise to Pennsylvania residents as the latest toll hike that came into effect on January 3 increased the price for E-ZPass customers by 6 percent. Meanwhile, Toll by Plate customers saw an overall increase of a whopping 51 percent.

Read more about Pennsylvania Turnpike at the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.

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