USING TOLL ROADS
Using tollways is easier than ever with free-flow tolling in Brisbane. Electronic toll collection, means you travel through the toll road without stopping, while sophisticated cameras and sensors capture an image of your vehicle’s registration plate and assign the correct toll.
FLOW. Helping you get where you need to go faster.
PAYING YOUR TOLL
FLOW has four categories of vehicle classification applicable only for the CLEM7 and Go Between Bridge:
|Motorcycle||Two and three wheeled motor vehicles constructed primarily for the carriage of one or two persons.|
|Car||Defined as any car or Class 2 vehicle that is registered for private use.|
|Light Commercial Vehicle||
Any commercially registered motor vehicle that:
(a) is a two axle rigid truck or load carrying van or utility, having a gross vehicle mass greater than 1.5 tonnes but not exceeding 4.5 tonnes; or(b) has spatial dimensions which are substantially consistent with the axle and mass criteria in paragraph (a) above.
|Heavy Commercial Vehicle||
Any motor vehicle that:
(a) is a rigid truck with 3 or more axles
(b) is an articulated truck
(c) is a bus
(d) is a two axle rigid truck having a gross vehicle mass greater than 4.5 tonnes
(e) is a motor vehicle with a gross vehicle mass greater than 30 tonnes, or(f) has spatial dimensions that are substantially consistent with one or more of the criteria in paragraphs (a) to (e), above.
Each tollway in Australia charges different tolls and fees for different vehicle types. For more information about tolls and fees for Australian tollways, visit the website of the appropriate toll road.
BRISBANE TOLL ROADS
CLEM7 (The Clem Jones Tunnel)
Gateway Motorway (Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges)
SYDNEY TOLL ROADS
MELBOURNE TOLL ROADS