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Electronic tags are an option to save time and money paying for SH 130 tolls. SH 130 currently accepts TxDOT’s TxTAG, NTTA’s TollTag, HCTRA’s EZ TAG, Kansas Turnpike Authority’s K-Tag, and Oklahoma Turnpike Authority’s Pikepass.
Two-step around Austin and San Antonio.
SH 130 offers drivers the fastest route through Central Texas with speed limits up to 85 mph.
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A toll that pays for itself.
Commercial drivers choose SH 130 to save time and avoid the construction, traffic, and headache of I-35. It’s the ideal alternative for those looking for a safe, reliable route through Central Texas.
SH 130 In The News
SH 130’s Benefits are Making Headlines
SH 130 becoming hot spot for new factory development
For executives at Titan Development Ltd., the small city of Lockhart was the natural next place to expand their burgeoning Central Texas industrial empire. Advantages of the underserved area included mobility: Lockhart’s proximity to the State Highway 130 toll road…
Here’s why truckers are taking SH 130
Ask any trucker who has driven through central Texas and you’ll hear all about how much traffic and hassle they run into on I-35. The interstate is notorious in the trucking community for heavy traffic, frequent accidents, and costly delays.
SH 130 offers reprieve from Central Texas bottlenecks
Toll roads are often maligned in the trucking world. Many carriers have been known to route their movements away from them in an effort to save a few bucks. This reputation is misguided, however, as toll roads can offer fleets the most valuable gift of all: time.
Traffic reaches an all-time high along SH 130
A private company that operates and maintains a 41-mile section of the state-owned, SH 130 is sharing what says is continuous growth along the southern half of the road which begins or ends in Seguin.