- 1 What did Linkt used to be called?
- 2 Does Linkt work in Brisbane?
- 3 What is Linkt AU?
- 4 Is EWAY now Linkt?
- 5 Can I use my Linkt tag in another car?
- 6 Does my Linkt account cover Brisbane?
- 7 Can I use Linkt in Qld?
- 8 Can I use my Etoll in Qld?
- 9 Is Linkt legitimate?
- 10 Does Linkt cover all Sydney tolls?
- 11 Does Linkt cover EastLink?
- 12 Is Linkt and e toll the same?
- 13 Where are tolls in Brisbane?
- 14 How does Linkt tagless work?
What did Linkt used to be called?
The new brand has replaced CityLink in Victoria, go via in Queensland, and Roam Express in Sydney to provide a simpler and easier experience for customers.
Does Linkt work in Brisbane?
If you’re travelling to Sydney or Brisbane, an Everyday or Commercial account can cover you for trips on toll roads in those cities. Alternatively, you can buy a Linkt pass for Sydney travel or for Brisbane travel.
What is Linkt AU?
Use your phone to pay for tolls LinktGO is a new, convenient app made especially for casual toll road users. LinktGO works on all Australian toll roads. It uses your phone’s GPS to log your trips in real time. Review and pay trip by trip. You’re in complete control.
Is EWAY now Linkt?
E-way customers have now been transitioned across to Transurban’s retail brand, Linkt, rather than Transurban managing two separate retailers. By becoming Linkt, E-way customers will benefit from some lower fees, more flexible payment options and a better digital experience when managing their account online.
Can I use my Linkt tag in another car?
You can reduce your fees by making sure every vehicle has a correctly installed tag. A tag can be moved between vehicles of any vehicle class. You can also order extra tags so that each of your vehicles has one.
Does my Linkt account cover Brisbane?
Using toll roads in Sydney and Brisbane If you’re travelling to Sydney or Brisbane, an Everyday or Commercial account can cover you for trips on toll roads in those cities. Alternatively, you can buy a Linkt pass for Sydney travel or for Brisbane travel.
Can I use Linkt in Qld?
Your Linkt Tag, Tagless, or Commercial account, or Sydney Pass, covers you for travel on all toll roads in Australia, including Queensland toll roads. Queensland tolls are deducted from your account or pass as you travel.
Can I use my Etoll in Qld?
An electronic toll tag is a device that you place in your vehicle, which is read as you pass through toll points – you should hear a beep. All tags issued in Australia work on all toll roads throughout the country. So for example you can use a tag issued in NSW when driving on toll roads in Queensland or Victoria.
Is Linkt legitimate?
No this is not a scam. If you travel on a toll road without a valid toll account or pass, a toll notice requesting payment for your trip plus additional admin fees is posted to the registered owner of that vehicle. If the first toll notice goes unpaid, you’ll be be posted a final toll notice, with an additional fee.
Does Linkt cover all Sydney tolls?
Your Linkt Tag, Tagless or Commercial account covers you for travel on all toll roads in Australia, including the Sydney Linkt network. Sydney tolls are deducted from your account as you travel.
Does Linkt cover EastLink?
Can I use my Linkt account (CityLink account) to pay for EastLink tolls? Yes, provided your Linkt account is valid and not suspended, and your vehicle details have been linked to the account. When you drive on EastLink with a Linkt tag and/or Linkt account, the tolls you incur will be charged to your Linkt account.
Is Linkt and e toll the same?
The technology has different names depending on the issuer – such as Eastlink (Eastlink Melbourne), Linkt (Queensland), E-toll (Roads & Traffic Authority NSW) and E-way (Sydney motorways M5 and M1), however these are all interchangeable across Australia and no surcharges apply for use on other operators’ toll roads.
Where are tolls in Brisbane?
Toll road operators Gateway Motorway. Logan Motorway. Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7) Go Between Bridge.
How does Linkt tagless work?
With a Tag or Tagless account, your tolls are calculated as you travel, either through a tag device attached to your windscreen or by matching your licence plate number to your account when you pass through a toll point. These tolls are then charged to your account.