407 ETR has changed the tolls and fees that apples to the highway and is effective from February 1, 2019.
407 is a tolled highway that spans the entire Greater Toronto Area travelling through Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Markham, Pickering, Whitby, Oshawa and Clarington.
407 ETR is the 108 km section from Burlington to Pickering.
2019 Toll Rate and Fee Schedule
The following fees for light vehicles remain the same as 2018:
- The Monthly Transponder Lease Fee is $3.95.
- The Monthly Video Account Fee is $3.95.
- The Trip Toll charge for light vehicles is $1.00.
The following fees for light vehicles are changing on February 1, 2019:
- The Camera Charge for light vehicle customers without a transponder will be $4.20.
- The Annual Transponder Lease fee will be $24.50. An additional transponder remains $9.95 per year, leased annually or $1 monthly. Leasing a transponder annually provides a savings of almost 50% over paying monthly. Where a driver makes more than six trips a year the transponder is paid for by avoiding the $4.20 per trip camera charge.
*The Heavy Vehicle Rate for vehicles over 5,000 kg (large trucks and buses) is two times the Light Vehicle Rate. The Heavy Multiple Unit Vehicle Rate (tractor trailers) is three times the Light Vehicle Rate.
410,000 trips are taken on the highway each workday and total vehicle kilometres travelled on 407 ETR per year has increased from 1.275 billion in 1999, to 2.708 billion in 2017. Since Govt. of Ontario leased the highway in 1999, 407 ETR paid $3.1 billion to the Ontario government for the contract/lease to operate the highway.
407 International Inc. is owned by Cintra Global Holding Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ferrovial S. A. (43.23%), by indirectly owned subsidiaries of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (total 40%), and by SNC-Lavalin (16.77%).
More information can be found at www.407etr.com