Motorway toll Poland - information about toll collection, toll roads map

Motorways in Poland are charged for vehicles weighing up to 3.5 t through the toll system. The way in which toll payment can be made varies according to the toll system operator. Since December 2021, a free flow toll motorways without toll gates has been operating on motorways with the eToll system, where payment is made via a mobile application or via an e-ticket from distributors. Motorways on which you need to pay through a mobile application are A2 Konin - Stryków and A4 Wrocław - Gliwice. On other motorways, vehicles up to 3.5 t can be paid for at toll gates.

Indicative toll prices for some roads

motorway / vehicle
A1: Rusocin (Gdańsk) - Nowa Wieś (Toruń)
29.90 zł
29.90 zł
A2: Świecko (DE/PL) - Konin
96.00 zł
96.00 zł
A2: Konin - Stryków (Łódź) free flow
5.00 zł
9.90 zł
A4: Mysłowice (Katowice) - Balice (Kraków)
12.00 zł
24.00 zł
A4: Bielany Wrocławskie (Wrocław) - Sośnica (Gliwice) free flow
8.10 zł
16.20 zł

The table shows toll prices for the entire toll sections, i.e. when passing the first and last toll gates.

Toll collection for motorways and expressways in Poland

On motorways belonging to eToll, toll collection takes place from December 2021 via a free flow system, where drivers are allowed to freely pass through a toll motorway and payment is made via a mobile application or an e-ticket purchased from distributors. These are the A2 between Łódź and Konin and the A4 between Sośnica and Wrocław (west of Katowice). On other motorways marked on the map below, it is possible to pay at toll gates.

Tolls for motorways for vehicles up to 3.5 t

  • - charged motorways A1, A2, A4 (links on the map)
  • - toll payment options vary according to the toll system operator
  • - payment at toll gates on motorways A1 (Gdansk - Toruń), A2 (Świecko - Konin), A4 (Katowice - Kraków)
  • - payment via the e-Ticket mobile app or through distributors on A2 (Konin - Stryków), A4 (Wrocław - Sośnica)
  • - the Autopay application for A1 and A4 (Kat-Krak) and with contract also for the e-Toll system

Tolls for motorways and expressways for vehicles over 3.5 t

  • - charged A1, A2, A4 and some of 1st class roads
  • - toll collection on 1st class roads via e-Toll (formerly ViaToll)
  • - on roads with the e-Toll system, it is possible to pay for vehicles over 3.5 t only via a mobile app, OBU or ELS
  • - on motorways outside the eToll system it is possible to pay by credit card or cash at toll gates
  • - mobile app for payment e-Toll (state toll system), Autopay (A1+A4 Kat-Krak, with contract also for e-Toll) and AmberOne (A1)
  • - the rules also apply to combinations of vehicles with a total maximum authorised mass exceeding 3,5 t

Mobile apps e-Toll, AmberOne and Autopay

Several mobile applications can be used for toll payment. For motorways with a state toll system, A2 Konin - Stryków and A4 Wrocław - Sośnica, there are no toll gates and are paid via eTicket from the e-Toll application or from distribution points. To pay for the A1 Gdańsk - Toruń motorway, you can use the AmberGo application in addition to toll gates.

The Autopay application can be used for payment on the A1 Gdańsk - Toruń and A4 Katowice - Kraków private systems. When setting up the Autopay Flota service with a 1 or 12-month contract, the application can also be used to pay tolls for roads under the state e-Toll system.

Tolls for cars with trailers and vehicles with maximum authorised mass exceeding 3,5 t

For vehicles with a maximum permissible weight of more than 3.5 t, in addition to motorways, most 1st class roads are also charged. Toll collection on 1st class roads and some motorways is provided by the national company e-Toll, toll collection on other parts of motorways is provided by private companies.

On roads belonging to the e-Toll toll system network, it is necessary to pay via a mobile app, an on-board unit or an external location system. On motorways managed by private companies, manual payments at toll gates can be used. On-board units for toll payment vary from operator to operator.

Map of the Polish motorway network


On the map are marked toll motorways for vehicles with a maximum permissible weight up to 3.5 t.

- motorways with the possibility of payment at toll gates

- motorways with free flow system with payment via mobile app

last updated on 25.2.2023

Frequently asked questions about toll in Poland

Which roads in Poland are tolled?

For vehicles up to 3.5 t and motorcycles, the A1, A2 and A4 motorways are charged in Poland. For vehicles with a total weight of over 3.5 t, in addition to motorways, tolls are also collected for some expressways that belonging under the e-Toll system.

How to pay motorway toll in Poland?

The method of toll payment varies according to the toll system operator. On the A2 (Konin - Stryków) and A4 (Wrocław - Sośnica) free flow motorways, it is only possible to pay via an e-Ticket purchased via a mobile application, online or at distribution points. On other motorways you can pay in cash, by credit card, fuel card or via OBU. Mobile app payments are accepted on motorways (A1 AmberGo, A1+A4 Kat-Krak Autopay and the already mentioned e-Toll network).

For regular users, an on-board unit is available for payment, however, toll collection in Poland is provided by several companies and the on-board units are not portable.

Is it possible to get a discount on toll?

For regular motorway users is intended payment via the on-board unit, for which a discounted toll price is set. Discounted toll prices can currently be obtained on the A4 motorway using A4Go.

What price category does a car with a trailer belong to?

For motorways with the eToll system, the price category of the vehicle is determined by the total maximum permissible weight of the combination, for a vehicle with a gross combination weight of more than 3.5 t it is necessary to pay a toll not only for motorways, but also for some 1st class roads. For toll motorways outside the eToll system, it is necessary to follow the pictures with the division of categories on the operator's website.

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