Did You Receive a Violation Invoice in the Mail?

If you received a violation invoice in the mail, it means you used a toll road without TxTag or PToll, or you may have an issue with your existing accounts. It is extremely urgent that you contact us immediately to assist you in getting this issue resolved. Texas law states that the vehicle owner or renter of record is solely responsible for unpaid toll bills. The Cameron Count Regional Mobility Authority is ready to assist you along the way to get these issues fixed. Please contact us immediately if you feel you have received an invoice by mistake.


Step 1
Toll Bill is Mailed

Step 2
30 Days Left Unpaid - $15 Penalty Issued by TPS CCRMA

Step 3
Second Notice of Toll Violation is Issued with an Additional $15 Penalty

Step 4
Toll Bill is Sent to Collections with an Additional $30 Penalty

Step 5
Court Prosecutions

Drivers have a total of 180 days to pay their toll bills. For assistance, please contact us immediately.

Drivers Have a Total of 180 Days

The Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority provides drivers a total of 180 days to pay their Toll Bills. During this time, one can pay, dispute, or setup a payment plan. It is extremely important that Toll Bills are not left unpaid. Unpaid Toll Bills are considered traffic violations and are subject to court prosecution. If you are unsure you have a pending Toll Bill or if you have misplaced your bill, please click here to verify.

When a vehicle drives through SH 550 without a TxTag, registration information is collected. A Toll Bill is mailed to the address registered to the vehicle. If you have not updated your vehicle registration address and you are aware that you have driven through SH 550, then you may have a pending Toll Bill that has been left unpaid.

If you receive a Toll Bill by mistake or if the information is incorrect, please contact us right away to dispute the Toll Bill. You can contact us online, by phone, or in person.

Under Texas law, someone who fails to pay a Toll Bill can be charged with a misdemeanor for toll evasion under Chapter 370.177 of the Texas Transportation Code. If found guilty the vehicle’s registered owner can face fines of up to $250 plus administrative fees for each unpaid toll.

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SH 550 Rates

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