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The TSRC toll point is located close to the top of the range, east of the Mort Street Interchange.

Tolls will not be charged for the first 3 months of the TRSC being opened. During this time your toll tag may still beep whilst travelling through the toll point, but you will not be charged.

The following classifications and costs will apply for use of the TSRC:

Vehicle classification Toll cost
Motorcycles (2-wheeled motor vehicles (including vehicles with a trailer, fore car or side car attached


Cars (4-wheeled motor vehicles, including taxis which are not commercial vehicles (including such vehicles towing a trailer or caravan) $2.30
Light Commercial Vehicles (Motor vehicles that are registered for commercial use and are 2 axle rigid trucks or load carrying vans or utilities, having a gross vehicle mass greater than 1.5 tonnes but not exceeding 4.5 tonnes) $5.70
Heavy Commercial Vehicles (Motor vehicles that are a 2-axle rigid truck (having a gross vehicle mass over 4.5 tonnes), a rigid truck with 3 or more axles, an articulated truck, a bus or a motor vehicle having a gross vehicle mass over 30 tonnes $22.85

Toll prices will increase annually in line with the Brisbane Consumer Price Index (CPI). This measure is put in place to ensure toll increases are reasonable and do not exceed increases in the cost of living.

Toll payment

The payment methods will be the same as all other toll roads currently operating in Queensland. If you already have a tolling tag, any toll for the TSRC will be applied to your existing account.

Tolling for the TSRC will be managed by Linkt who manage all other Queensland toll roads and is the preferred tolling provider for the TSRC.

As is the case with other toll roads, if you use the TSRC you will have up to 3 days to arrange payment.

While Linkt is currently the only tolling service provider in Queensland, motorists may open a tolling account with any toll road operator in Australia which can be used to cover payment for travel on the TSRC or any Australian toll road:

  • E-way – online or phone 1300 555 833
  • E-Toll – online or phone 13 18 65
  • EastLink – online or phone (03) 9955 1400

Tolling Q&As

Last updated
15 August 2019