Georgia Express Lanes are optional toll lanes that run alongside existing interstates in some of the most congested corridors around metro Atlanta. These lanes provide a choice for you to pay a toll to bypass congestion when desired, ensuring more reliable travel times in peak periods. All Georgia Express Lanes rely on variable-price tolling to maintain free-flowing travel even during peak travel times.
The I-75 South Metro Express Lanes are reversible toll lanes that run 12 miles along the median of Interstate 75 from State Route 155 (McDonough Road) in Henry County to State Route 138 (Stockbridge Highway) in Clayton County.
As more and more motorists choose to use the I-85 Express Lanes, it continues to be a viable option for commuters. Usage has increased every year, and we have issued more than 500,000 Peach Passes since the lanes opened in 2011.

The Northwest Corridor lanes improve travel in the I-75/I-575 corridor by adding 29.7 miles of toll lanes along I-75 from Akers Mill Rd to Hickory Grove Road and along I-575 from I-75 to Sixes Road. 

The I-85 Extension adds 10 miles of commuter express lanes north of the existing I-85 Express Lanes in Gwinnett County, ending at Hamilton Mill Road.

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