Brisbane toll roads

The go via network is a 75 kilometre integrated network of tolled roads, bridges and tunnels that provides greater connectivity, efficiency and travel time reliability across the greater Brisbane area.

go via is the preferred toll payment provider for the go via network, which includes all toll roads in Queensland.

How to pay your tolls

All toll roads in Brisbane are fully electronic, with no cash booths. To pay, you will need to open an account or purchase a pass before you travel. If you forget to buy a pass before travelling, you can purchase one within 3 days of having used the road.

By doing this you will be covered for travel on all Brisbane toll roads.

Where are the Brisbane toll points located?

  • Gateway Motorway (including the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges):
    • Murarrie toll point (Gateway Bridge)
    • Kuraby toll point
  • Logan Motorway:
    • Loganlea toll point
    • Heathwood toll point
    • Paradise Road on/off ramp toll point
  • Clem7
  • Go Between Bridge
  • Legacy Way
  • AirportLink M7, toll depends on route taken:
    • Bowen Hills to Kedron
    • Bowen Hills to Toombul
    • Kedron to Toombul

What happens if I do not pay my tolls?

You must pay your tolls within 3 days of travel.

Toll evasion is an offence. If you’ve travelled on the go via network more than three days ago and you have not purchased a road pass to cover your travel, you will be charged additional fees.

Find out more about what happens if you don't pay for tolls.

Can I use my interstate toll account on Queensland roads?

Yes. Most tolling accounts can be used for travel in Brisbane.

Prior to travel, it’s important that you:

  • check your account is able to be used in Queensland
  • ensure your vehicle number plate is registered on your account
  • ensure your account has a positive balance at all times.

What does it cost to travel on Brisbane toll roads?

View current toll prices and fees or use our toll Calculator to determine how much each trip will cost.

How can I pay a toll for a rental car?

There are a number of options for paying a toll, depending on which rental company you hire from.

Many car hire companies have a tolling program in place to make it easier and more convenient to pay your tolls when renting a car. Check to see if the company you are hiring a car from has a toll payment program or contact them directly to find out about toll payment. Alternatively you can purchase a pass to cover your travel.

Road Safety

The safety of our customers is our number one priority. We monitor the go via network 24 hours a day, seven days a week and conduct regular equipment checks and maintenance across our road network.

24/7 roadside assistance

As well as offering motorists travel time savings and reliability, travelling on the go via network also provides motorists with the added safety and security of a 24 hour incident response service.

If you're involved in an incident, 24/7 safety cameras will alert our control room operators and we’ll send out an incident response unit to assist you right away.

Find out more about the safety features of the go via network.

Tips for safe tunnel driving

Breakdowns and incidents in tunnels can disrupt traffic and be a safety hazard.

  • switch on your lights – to improve your vehicle’s visibility
  • avoid unnecessary lane changes – to reduce the risk of collision
  • listen to your radio – a radio re-broadcast system is in place to enable tunnel operators to broadcast important/safety messages over a vehicle’s radio
  • Obey vehicle restrictions
  • If you breakdown switch on your hazard lights and remain in your vehicle unless you are otherwise instructed; an incident response vehicle will be dispatched to assist you as quickly as possible.

Find out more about the safety features of our tunnels.

Traffic conditions and road works

You can find out about upcoming road works on our go via network traffic updates page or follow us on Twitter for live incident updates (only for major incidents not general traffic issues.