Any motorist with a registered, active Peach Pass mounted on the inside of their vehicle’s windshield will be able to access the I-75 South Metro Express Lanes. Motorists can set up Peach Pass accounts and receive their Peach Pass transponders by:
The State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA) and Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) have introduced the I-75 South Metro Express Lanes, Georgia’s first reversible toll lanes, to increase options and mitigate congestion for Georgia commuters traveling south of Atlanta
The I-75 South Metro Express Lanes are newly constructed reversible lanes that run along the median of Interstate 75 through Henry and Clayton counties. These reversible toll lanes flow in the direction of traffic – toward Atlanta during the morning commute and away from Atlanta during the evening commute. The I-75 South Metro Express Lanes will add capacity to existing general purpose lanes and are separated by a series of gates and a concrete barrier, offering the highest level of safety.
Like all of Georgia’s Express Lanes, these reversible lanes will be managed by dynamic priced tolling, with the cost rising as demand increases and falling during off-peak travel times or as demand decreases. All motorists that choose to use the I-75 South Metro Express Lanes must have a registered Peach Pass mounted inside their vehicle on the windshield and will pay a toll. This includes motorcycles and drivers of alternative fuel vehicles and carpools. State-registered transit buses and vanpools will not be required to pay the toll, so commuters who choose transit will be able to ride in the lanes for free.