The largest system of toll roads in the state is Florida's Turnpike, which encompasses 483 miles total and primarily runs through central and southeast Florida. The state also has a number of smaller toll roads, bridges and causeways.
The longest stretch of toll road on Florida's Turnpike is the Turnpike Mainline, also called State Road 91, stretching about 312 miles from Florida City to Wildwood. The Florida's Turnpike includes eight shorter stretches of road including the Veterans Expressway/Suncoast Parkway, the Beachline Expressway, the Polk Parkway, the Sawgrass Expressway and the Western Beltway.
Tolls are also found on certain interstates including I-95, I-75 and I-595. Quite a few state roads also have tolls, including SR 112 to Miami International Airport and SR 429 near Walt Disney World.
The most expensive toll bridge is the Gasparilla Bridge between Boca Grande and Placida, with a toll of $6 as of 2015. Some other bridges with tolls include the Bob Sikes Bridge, the Cape Coral Bridge, the Garcon Point Bridge, the Mid-Bay Bridge and the Midpoint Memorial Bridge. Some toll causeways include the Venetian Causeway between Miami and Miami Beach, the Sanibel Causeway between South Fort Myers and Sanibel Island, and the Broad Causeway between North Miami and Surfside.