Camino Colombia (State Highway 255) is now a high-tech toll road. All tolls are collected electronically, so you never have to stop or slow down to pay at a toll booth. All you need to do is open a prepaid TxTag account.
How does it work? As you drive under the toll gantry on the Camino Colombia toll road, a signal is sent to the microchip inside your TxTag and the toll is deducted from your prepaid account.
With a TxTag on your windshield, you can enjoy non-stop travel along Camino Colombia, which begins near the Colombia-Solidarity International Bridge and stretches 22 miles east to I-35 north of Laredo.
The Texas Department of Transportation has closed the Camino Colombia Toll Plaza Operations Building, since all tolls are now collected electronically.
A Camino Colombia Day Pass is another convenient option for prepaying tolls, especially for international customers. Learn more here or call 1-888-468-9824 (International: 001-512-874-9998).
Camino Colombia is part of the Texas Department of Transportation's plan to address traffic congestion, enhance safety, connect Texas communities, and give Texans the first-class transportation system they deserve.