Watch a short video about your payment options.
You don't need an account or vehicle pass to use the I-405 express toll lanes. However, the easiest and least expensive way to pay is with a Good To Go! pass account.
Paying without an account or vehicle pass
Pay By Mail is the best option if you infrequently use Washington state toll roads. Just know you will be billed at a higher rate (additional $2 per toll). Learn more about Pay By Mail.
Simply use the express toll lanes and a toll bill will be mailed to the vehicle's registered within 14 days of initially using the express toll lanes. If you use Pay By Mail frequently, you'll receive a bill every 30 days.
If you're visiting Washington state or driving a rental car, learn more about your toll payment options.
Pay using a Good To Go! pass account
Good To Go! is Washington state's electronic tolling system. To pay the lowest toll rate on all Washington state toll roads, you'll want to use a Good To Go! pass account. Here's how it works:
All Good To Go! passes allow you to pay a toll on Washington state toll roads, but only the Flex Pass allows you to travel toll-free in HOV mode with the correct number of occupants on I-405 from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you upgrade to a Flex Pass, remember to remove other Good To Go! passes before using a toll road.
Passes may not work with metalized windshields. Learn more about Good To Go! pass options for metalized windshields.
Pay using a Good to Go! Pay By Plate account
Do you use toll roads frequently, but don't want a pass? Pay By Plate allows you to pay your toll by using your license plate for an additional 25-cent fee per toll transaction. To get started, create a Good to Go! account and register your vehicle's license plate. Learn more about Pay By Plate.