If your registration is being withheld due to unpaid tolls in collections with THEA’s Collection Agency, Valor Intelligent Processing (VIP), please click here to make your payment.
If your registration is being withheld and you are unaware of the circumstances behind its hold, please click here to find out why your registration is withheld. If you need a registration hold release, please call the dedicated registration hold line at (877) 754-1431.
SunPass is the preferred payment method for travelers of the Selmon network of roads since the toll collections happen all-electronically with no cash. SunPass holders also pay 25 cents less at each tolling location and do not incur a per-invoice administration fee.
Purchase a SunPass transponder at one of the thousands of retail locations in Florida, including Publix, CVS Pharmacy and Walgreens. Then, visit www.sunpass.com or download the SunPass mobile app to activate your SunPass. For a complete list of retail locations, click here.
Walk-in Centers Click here for a complete list of walk-in centers where you can purchase and activate your SunPass transponder.
Customer Service Center
Call the SunPass Customer Service Center at 1-888-TOLL-FLA (1-888-865-5352) to purchase and activate a SunPass transponder. Your transponder will be mailed to you within 4 to 5 business days.
Go to www.sunpass.com to purchase and activate your SunPass transponder.
To open a SunPass account, you will need your driver’s license, vehicle license plate number and a credit/debit card to set up your account. Upon activation, a minimum replenishment of $10 is required. Once activated, as your vehicle passes through SunPass equipped lanes, the toll charges are electronically deducted from your prepaid toll account.
Save an average of 25% on your tolls compared to Toll-by-Plate
You don’t have to stop at tollbooths
SunPass holders do not incur a per invoice administrative fee
With SunPass, toll charges are electronically deducted from your prepaid toll account that automatically gets replenished once the low balance is reached
Both SunPass Mini and SunPass PRO work across Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Customers using SunPass PRO can travel toll roads in 18 other states along the East Coast and west to Minnesota— anywhere E-ZPass is accepted
Customers can use SunPass to pay for parking at most major airports in Florida, Port Canaveral, and the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
As an independent agency of the state, the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) owns, maintains, and operates four facilities within Hillsborough County: the Selmon Expressway, the Brandon Parkway, Meridian Avenue, and the Selmon Greenway.
All revenues collected on the Selmon Expressway stay here in Tampa and Hillsborough County, where we reinvest those dollars back into the community. We use our toll revenues to provide our region with a transportation system that provides regional connectivity to our residents and visitors.
The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) owns, maintains, and operates four facilities within Hillsborough County: the Selmon Expressway, the Brandon Parkway, Meridian Avenue, and the Selmon Greenway.
The Lee Roy Selmon Expressway is 15-mile all-electronic toll roadway that links west Hillsborough County through downtown Tampa to Brandon.
The Selmon Greenway, a 1.7 multimodal trail that runs east-west through downtown Tampa - mostly in the shade of the expressway - and connects with the City’s Riverwalk and our own Meridian Avenue Trail.
Meridian Avenue serves as an entrance and exit to the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway’s Reversible Express Lanes (REL) in downtown Tampa. The toll-free roadway helps connect the east and west side of downtown Tampa.
Brandon Parkway is a 3-mile toll-free parkway that feeds traffic on and off of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway’s Reversible Express Lanes (REL), providing for easy commuting to downtown Tampa.