Chicago Skyway E-Zpass application provides full access to customers to create and manage their Skyway account. Accounts can hold multiple transponders. This application allows customers order a transponder, make payments, change account settings, as well as accessing account transaction history.
Built by the City of Chicago in 1958, the Chicago Skyway Toll Bridge (also known as the Skyway) is a 7.8-mile-long toll road that connects the Indiana Toll Road to the Dan Ryan Expressway on Chicago's South Side. The main feature of the Skyway is a 12-mile-long steel truss bridge, known as the "High Bridge". The bridge itself spans the Calumet River and Calumet Harbor, a major harbor for industrial ships its main span extends 650 feet long and provides for 125 feet of vertical clearance.
Chicago Skyway is part of the E-Zpass group, with 32 million active transponders and 38 toll agencies based in 16 states, which allows Skyway transponder users to travel throughout the US Northeast without worrying about having cash or credit cards in hand to pay tolls.