Where can I find maps of the project?
Where will Segments 5 and 6 of SH130 be located?
If my vehicle is registered in Texas do I need to do anything else for continuous driving on Texas Toll Areas?
What happens if I mistakenly enter a tollway and do not have change for the toll?
Where can I find information about rates of open toll roads in Central Texas?
Where can I pay my toll bill if I choose the pay by mail option?
Maps are available for downloading and viewing on our website. They can be found in the “Segments 5 & 6″ section under “Maps & Photos”.
If you have trouble downloading any of the maps, please contact us in any of the following ways:
Toll-free: 877-SH130TX or 1 (877) 741-3089
Online form: Click the “Get Connected” tab.
Segments 5 & 6 of SH 130 begin south of Austin in Mustang Ridge, travel through three counties-Travis, Caldwell, Guadalupe (approximately 41 miles)-and connect to IH 10 near Seguin.
Obtaining a TxTag for your vehicle is strongly recommended as the TxTag discounted toll rates will reduce the cost of your trip along toll roads in central Texas.
Drivers without a TxTag should receive a bill in the mail within three weeks of using the toll road. If you have not received a bill, it may be because the address on your vehicle registration is not current. You should contact The TxTag Customer Service Center (1-888-468-9824) immediately to avoid receiving a fine for your unpaid toll. You may pay your toll over the phone or the Customer Service Representative can mail the bill to your current address. You should also update your vehicle registration information. Visit www.txtag.org for more information.
Visit the TxTag website, www.txtag.org, for information about tolling and other toll roads in Central Texas. There, you will be able to find maps and a toll rate calculator for determining the best route.
Visit the TxTag website, www.txtag.org, for information about tolling, bill payment, and other toll roads in Central Texas. There you can pay your bill online or sign up for a TxTag.