North American cities with toll beltways and bypasses

Source: mobilityauthority.com/pay-your-toll/roads/map

This list provided below identifies those toll roads/turnpikes that serve as beltways and bypass in of cities in North America. For purposes of this post, tolled bridges, causeways, and tunnels are not included unless they are part of a larger toll road or turnpike. Examples are included from Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the United States. Any additions, corrections, and suggestions are most welcome.

Western bypass of Aguacalientes, Mexico – Source: mexicodailypost.com

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Aguacalientes, Mexico: Libramiento del Sur de Aguacalientes – western semi-circle bypass

Allentown, PA: Pennsylvania Turnpike, NE Extension (I-476) – western bypass

Atlantic City, NJ: Garden State Parkway – western bypass

Austin, TX:

  • Texas 45/130 Tollways – three-quarters loop bypass when completed
  • US 183 Tollway – eastern bypass

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Carretera Federal 1D – northern bypass

Carrillo Puerto, Mexico: Libramiento Felipe Carrillo Puerto (M307D) – western semi-circle bypass

Celaya, Mexico: Libramiento Celaya (45D) – three-quarters loop bypass

Chicago, IL: Tri-State Tollway (I-294) – three-quarters loop bypass

Chihuahua, Mexico: Libramiento Oriente de Chihuahua (M45D) – northeastern semi-circle bypass

Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico:

  • Autopista Arco Norte (M40D) – northern semi-circle bypass
  • Carretera Federal M57D – eastern and western bypass

Ciudad Oregon, Mexico: Libramiento Ciudad de Oregon (M15D) – eastern/northern bypass

Cleveland, OH: Ohio Turnpike (I-80) – southern bypass

Culiacan, Mexico: Carretera Federal 15D – western bypass

Dallas, TX:

  • President George Bush Turnpike (TX 190) – northern semi-circle bypass
  • TX 161 Tollway – western bypass
  • Sam Rayburn Tollway (TX 121) – northern bypass

Denver, CO: E-470 : northern/eastern bypass

Durango, Mexico: Libramiento de Durango (M40D) – northern semi-circle bypass

Foley, AL: Foley Beach Express – eastern bypass

Fort Lauderdale, FL:

  • Florida’s Turnpike – western bypass
  • Sawgrass Parkway – northwestern bypass

Fresnillo, Mexico: Libramiento de Fresnillo (M45D) – eastern bypass

Guadalajara, Mexico: Macrolibramiento Sur de Guadalajara (GUA 10D) – southern semi-circle bypass

Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) – southern bypass

Hermosillo, Mexico: Libramiento de Hermosillo (M15D) – eastern semi-circle bypass when completed

Houston, TX:

  • Sam Houston Tollway (Loop 8) – beltway loop
  • Grand Parkway (Loop 99) – beltway loop when completed

Irapuato, Mexico:

  • Libramiento Norponiente de Irapuato (M20D) -three-quarters loop bypass
  • Carretera Federal 45D – southern bypass

Jacksonville, FL: First Coast Expressway (Toll 23) – southwestern bypass when completed

Jose Cardel, Mexico: Libramiento de Cardel (M180D) – northern semi-circle bypass

Lakeland, FL: – Polk Parkway (Toll 570) – southern/eastern semi-circle bypass

La Piadad de Cabadas, Mexico: Libramiento Norte de La Piedad (M90D) – northern bypass

Lawrence, KS: Kansas Turnpike (I-70) – northern bypass

Lewiston-Auburn, ME: Maine Turnpike (I-95) – southeastern bypass

Mazatlan, Mexico: Libramiento de Mazatlan (M15D) – eastern bypass

Mexicali, Mexico: Libramiento de Mexicali (M2D) – southern bypass

Miami, FL: Florida’s Turnpike, Homestead Extension – northern/western bypass

Monterrey, Mexico: Periferico del Area Metropolitana de Monterrey (100) – northern/eastern semi-circle bypass

Muskogee, OK: Muskogee Turnpike – eastern/northern bypass

Newark, NJ:

  • New Jersey Turnpike (I-95): eastern bypass
  • Garden State Parkway – western bypass

New York City, NY:

  • New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) – western bypass
  • Garden State Parkway – western bypass
  • New York State Thruway (I-87/287) – northern bypass

Nogales, Mexico: Carretera Federal M15D – western bypass

Oklahoma City, OK:

  • John Kilpatrick Turnpike – northern/western bypass
  • Turner Turnpike (I-44) – northeastern bypass
  • Kickapoo Turnpike – eastern bypass

Orlando, FL:

  • Florida’s Turnpike – southwestern bypass
  • Beachline Expressway (Toll 528) – southern bypass
  • Eastern Beltway/Central Florida Greeneway/Seminole Expressway (Toll 417) – eastern semi-circle bypass
  • Osceola Parkway – southern bypass
  • Western Beltway/Weekiva Parkway (Toll 429) – western semi-circle bypass when completed

Philadelphia, PA:

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) – northern bypass
  • New Jersey Turnpike – eastern/southern bypass

Pittsburgh, PA:

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) – northern/eastern bypass
  • Southern Beltway (PA 576) – western/southern bypass when completed

Portland, ME:

  • Maine Turnpike (I-95) – western bypass
  • Falmouth Spur – northern bypass

Raleigh, NC: Triangle Expressway (NC 540) – southern/western semi-circle when completed

Reynosa, Mexico: Libramiento de Reynosa Sur II (M40D) – southern/eastern bypass

Richmond, VA: Pocahontas Parkway (VA 895)- southeastern bypass

Rockford, IL: Northwest/Jane Addams Tollway (I-90) – eastern bypass

Salamanca, Mexico: Carretera Federal 45D – northern bypass

Saltillo, Mexico:

  • Libramiento Norponiente de Saltillo (M40D) – northwestern semi-circle bypass
  • Autopista Carbonera-Ojo Caliente (M57D) – eastern bypass

Sandusky, OH: Ohio Turnpike (I-80/90): southern bypass

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico: Carretera Federal 1D – western bypass

San Luis Potosi, Mexico:

  • Libramiento Oriente de San Luis Potosí (M57D) – eastern bypass
  • Libramiento Norponiente de San Luis Potosí (M49D) northwestern sem-circle bypass

San Patricio. Mexico: Libramiento Norte de San Patricio-Melaque (M70D) – northern bypass

Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico: Libramiento Nororiente de Querétaro (M57D) – northeastern bypass

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Circunvalación Santo Domingo – northern semi-circle bypass

Scranton, PA: Pennsylvania Turnpike, NE Extension – western/southern bypass

South Bend-Elkhart, IN: Indiana Toll Road (I-80/90) – northern bypass

Springfield, MA: Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) – northern bypass

Tampa, FL: Suncoast Parkway (Toll 589) – western bypass

Tampico, Mexico: Libramiento Poniente de Tampico (M70D) – northwestern bypass

Tecate, Mexico: Carretera Federal 2D – southern bypass

Tecpan de Galeana, Mexico: Libramiento de Tecpan de Galeana (M200D) – southern bypass

Tepic, Mexico: Libramiento Norte (M15D) – eastern semi-circle bypass

Tijuana, Mexico: Carretera Federal 1D – western bypass

Toledo, OH: Ohio Turnpike (I-80/90) – southern bypass

Topeka, KS: Kansas Turnpike (I-470) – southern/eastern bypass

Toronto, ON, Canada: Ontario 407 Tollway – northern semi-circle bypass

Torreon-Gomez Palacio, Mexico: Libramiento Norte de la Laguna (M40D) – northern semi-circle bypass

Tulsa, OK: Creek Turnpike (OK 364) – southern/eastern semi-circle bypass

Tyler, TX: Toll Loop 49 – three-quarters loop bypass when completed

Victor Rosales, Mexico: Libramiento de Víctor Rosales (M45D) – eastern bypass

Villahermosa, Mexico: Libramiento de Villahermosa (M180D) – northern semi-circle bypass

Washington, DC:

  • Capital Beltway HOV Lanes (I-495) – western bypass (in Virginia)
  • Maryland 200 Tollway – northern bypass when completed

West Palm Beach, FL: Florida’s Turnpike – western bypass

Wichita, KS: Kansas Turnpike (I-35) – southern/eastern bypass

Wilkes-Barre, PA: Pennsylvania Turnpike, NE Extension (I-476) – eastern bypass

Wilmington, DE: New Jersey Turnpike – eastern bypass

Worcester, MA: Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) – southern bypass

Xalapa, Mexico: Carretera Federal M140D – eastern bypass

Youngstown, OH: Ohio Turnpike (I-80 and I-76): western/southern bypass

Zacatecas-Guadalupe, Mexico: Carretera Federal 45D – northern/eastern bypass

Source: twitter.com/INTRANT_RD/status/1239994047365820417/photo/1

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