State Highway 99 in Chambers County, Texas is a high-tech toll road, from Interstate 10 south to Fisher 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 have is a prepaid toll account.
TxTag, EZ TAG (Harris County Toll Road Authority), and TollTag (North Texas Tollway Authority) accounts are accepted on SH 99. It's important to keep your toll tag installed on your windshield and to ensure that your account information is up to date, including your license plate number.
News: Tolls are now being charged on State Highway 99 in Chambers County. Drivers must use a TxTag, EZ TAG, or TollTag to pay tolls. Toll rates depend on the type of vehicle. See toll rates for details.
TxTag customers should ensure that their account is registered with their name, address, and license plate number, so toll charges can be applied correctly to their account. To check that your account information is up to date, call customer service at 1-888-468-9824 (International calls: 001-512-874-9998).
SH 99 in Chambers County is intended to be part of a third loop, also known as the Grand Parkway, within the Houston-Baytown metropolitan area. The proposed 180-mile loop includes 11 separate segments, with the portion in Chambers County identified as Segment I-2.
SH 99 is part of the Texas Department of Transportation's plan to address traffic congestion, enhance safety, and connect Texas communities.