CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Tolls for passenger vehicles traveling the West Virginia Turnpike are increasing from $4 to $4.25 starting Jan. 1 next year, so drivers can either renew their E-ZPass or acquire an E-ZPass for the first time.
Starting Jan. 1, 2022, drivers who took advantage of West Virginia’s E-ZPass Single Fee Discount Plan will be able to renew their plans for one year for $26.25. If a patron has a valid, unexpired credit card on file, the E-ZPass will be renewed automatically, turnpike officials said. The E-ZPass gives drivers of the West Virginia Turnpike unlimited use of the turnpike for an annual fee.
On Jan. 1, 2022, the cash toll for Class I passenger vehicles will be adjusted to $4.25 per toll booth as provided for in legislation passed by the West Virginia Legislature, turnpike officials said.
To get an E-ZPass or to renew an existing E-ZPass, motorists can visit www.wvturnpike.com. Drivers can also apply in person at the West Virginia Parkways Authority E-ZPass Customer Service Center, 3310 Piedmont Road in Charleston or at the Beckley Customer Service Center located at 12 Pikeview Drive in Beckley…