About Peach Pass
The Peach Pass Transponder
A Peach Pass is a small, thin electronic toll collection device similar to the GA Cruise Card that adheres to a vehicle windshield OR a bumper that mounts to the front of your vehicle. The Peach Pass is connected to an account established with the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) that automatically deducts the proper tolls when used on the I-85 Express Lanes and GA 400. It is a safe, secure, and convenient option that eliminates the need to stop at a tollbooth.
Registering Your Vehicle
All vehicles, including those designated as “toll-exempt,” must be registered on an active Peach Pass account and have a Peach Pass transponder mounted inside or on the vehicle to use the I-85 Express Lanes.
I-85 Express Lane and GA 400 electronic toll lane users should visit this website or contact the Customer Service Center to open a Peach Pass account and register your vehicle(s). Each vehicle in a household must be registered for a separate Peach Pass transponder. However, households with multiple vehicles can opt to list those vehicles under one Peach Pass account. Customers will also need to determine if their vehicle will be tolled for driving in the Express Lane (i.e., a vehicle with less than three occupants) or free (see toll-exempt list above). Peach Pass customers who are exempt from tolls will not be billed when using the Express Lanes.
Still Have a Cruise Card?
If you currently have a Cruise Card, your account automatically became a Peach Pass account on June 20, 2011. This means that you will be able to keep your existing Cruise Card and travel on the I-85 Express Lanes and the GA 400 Toll Road. However, if you would like for us to send you a new Peach Pass transponder to replace your existing Cruise Card, please contact our Customer Service Center.
Click here for more information about the transition from Cruise Card to Peach Pass.
You can also learn more about our Peach Pass account benefits – click here.
Additional Peach Pass Information
For more information about Peach Pass, click on the links below.