KTAG will be working on a number of toll roads in Colorado starting June 2

Starting June 2, drivers with a KTAG, the electronic toll collection device used in Kansas, will be able to drive on some Colorado toll roads with the KTAG.

The Wichita Eagle

Kansans with a KTAG can use it on most Colorado toll roads starting Sunday, according to the Kansas Turnpike Authority.

The KTAG is the device that allows drivers to pay tolls electronically instead of stopping at a toll booth.

E-470 and express lanes near the Denver metro area will be recognized under the partnership. This does not include Northwest Parkway, a nine-mile private road near Denver, said KTA’s Rachel Bell, director of business services and customer relations.

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Colorado joins Texas, Oklahoma and Florida as states where Kansas drivers can easily use toll roads.

Bell said these states are steps in a plan to make KTAG usable across the country.

“However, that is easier said than done,” says Bell. “And so we’re working as kind of a regional effort.”

Also starting Sunday, Colorado drivers can use their ExpressToll account on Kansas toll roads.

More information about KTAG can be found at Bell said the page will be updated to include Colorado soon.

Mia Hennen is a summer news intern for The Wichita Eagle. Most recently, she served as editor-in-chief of Wichita State University’s student newspaper, The Sunflower. Hennen was named 2024 Journalist of the Year by Kansas Collegiate Media.

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