If you used a toll road with someone else's vehicle
There are three ways to pay for past toll road travel, including:
- Toll invoices and notices (which come with extra admin fees)
The options depend on:
Whether you have a Linkt account
What roads you travelled on
How long ago you travelled
Pay with your existing account
If you travelled with someone else’s vehicle and have a Linkt account, you can cover trips made up to 9 days ago on CityLink. You can't backdate travel on EastLink with a Linkt account.
You can cover future trips made on any toll road (including CityLink and EastLink) by opening an account.
Learn more about using your account interstate.
Temporarily add a vehicle to your existing account
If your trip was made on CityLink and is within the last 9 days, you can temporarily add the vehicle to your account. Just backdate the start date so the day you drove on CityLink is included. (EastLink is not included.)
Transfer toll invoice to your existing account
If your trip was more than 9 days ago, the vehicle’s registered owner will receive a toll invoice. If you already have an account, you can transfer the toll invoice to your account. That way, you can use your existing payment method or Linkt account balance to pay for the invoice.
Pay with a pass
Cover trips made up to 5 days ago on CityLink with any of our passes
Cover trips made up to 3 days ago on EastLink and CityLink with a Visitor’s Pass
Pay for a toll invoice
Learn more about how to pay for toll invoices, including paying online, in person or with the Linkt app. Just enter the toll invoice number, or vehicle's licence plate number and state of registration, and follow the payment prompts.