Welcome to the Ohio Turnpike, a 241-mile toll road offering one of the safest, best and most convenient routes for motorists to reach east/west destinations along the northern corridor of Ohio.

We provide excellent customer service and amenities to meet travelers’ wants and needs, including state-of-the-art service plazas, a variety of restaurant choices, and routine maintenance for a smooth, pleasant trip.

We think you’ll agree – when you take the Ohio Turnpike you are choosing a better way to travel. We hope you enjoy your visit to our great state and your travel experience on the Ohio Turnpike!


Rolling Roadblock

Starting at approximately 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 westbound motorists traveling between Mileposts 232.0 and 217.0  will encounter a series of Rolling Roadblocks*.  Travel may be delayed in this area during this time.

*Note: A Rolling Roadblock slows traffic to reduced speeds of 5-10 MPH while work ahead is being performed in the roadway.  This allows motorists to continue in their direction of travel without having to stop completely or detour off of the Turnpike.  Delays during a Rolling Roadblock are approx. 15-20 minutes.

Posted on: October 21, 2014

Travel Advisory

Westbound Ohio Turnpike customers traveling near MP 241.0 (Mahoning Co.) may encounter slow or stopped traffic due to pavement work. Minor travel delays are possible during this construction.

Posted on: October 15, 2014

Attention Ohio E-ZPass Customers:

Please be aware that the Ohio Turnpike is receiving reports of an apparent phishing scam using the E-ZPass logo stating that customers owe money for missed tolls or to replenish their E-ZPass account. DO NOT reply to this message, if you have any questions regarding your account please contact our E-ZPass Customer Service Center.

For additional information regarding this issue please click Here.

Posted on: September 24, 2014

FUN FACTS:

1996- The Ohio Turnpike Commission approved the largest single construction project since the 241-mile Turnpike was completed, the addition of a 160-mile third lane.