The toll station

In order to limit the waiting times at the toll barrier, automatic tolls have been established: E.Z. Pass (30 km/h) or automatic payment terminals in particular. However, Atlandes’ commitment to the service of motorway users results in a permanent human presence. Beyond the manual booths, all paths are equipped with call buttons which connect to you directly to a toll operator who can assist you should you require help. Even if they are not visible the service agents are not far away!

Configuration of a toll barrier on the A63 motorway of the Landes (barrier of Castets, 9 lanes):

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To facilitate the procedure, the pictograms located in over each toll indicate accepted methods of payment:

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All accepted payments. Payment can be made either on an automatic terminal or at the booth. The presence of agent in the booth is not indicated. However, the terminals are connected to operators for when assistance is necessary.

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Payment by credit cards or fuel cards (link towards the methods of payment page)

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E.Z.Pass (use of a Libert-T badge or TIS-PL HGV toll tag)

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E.Z.Pass (30 km/h)

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Lane temporarily closed

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HGV are forbidden to use the 4 lanes on the left, which are in fact reserved for light vehicles.

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