Hills M2 and Eastern Distributor now cashless


The motorways will converted to cashless at 12.01am (one minute past midnight on 29 January). This means a simpler, easier and safer journey for motorists, as well as reduced impacts of vehicle noise and emissions on residents.

There are some changes to normal driving conditions. Drive with care and to follow the signs.

A valid payment arrangement can be made up to 3 days following their first trip on any of Sydney's motorways.

Benefits of the cashless tolling

The conversion to cashless operations reduces the impacts of emissions and vehicle noise on local residents by reducing need to stop and restart driving conditions, with braking and accelerating.

How to pay

Cash toll payments are no longer be available.

Motorists using cash need to make alternative arrangements for payment of future use of the Hills M2 or Eastern Distributor. Motorists are able to pay tolls using existing e-TAG and Visitor's e-PASS products.

Motorists travelling without a valid payment arrangement can contact a tolling provider within 3 days after their first journey to pay their toll via a Visitor's e-PASS.

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More information on Sydney toll roads, including how to pay, is available at www.sydneymotorways.com.

Changed traffic conditions

Motorists should expect changes to normal traffic conditions on both motorways. These changes involve lane realignments and changes to speed limits.
Motorists are advised to plan ahead, drive with care and follow the signs.

On the Eastern Distributor, the removal of cash facilities has allowed the sign-posted speeds through tolling points to be lifted to 60km/h helping to reduce travel times for motorists.


On the Hills M2, an interim arrangement involving changed traffic conditions will be in place during the construction of the Hills M2 Upgrade. Changes to normal traffic conditions will take place at the main toll plaza and Pennant Hills Road toll plazas: Motorists are reminded to be aware and drive with care.

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