The go via network is a 70 kilometre integrated network of tolled roads, bridges and tunnels across the greater Brisbane area. go via has one million tolling accounts and more than 1.8 million go via tags in use as of 2013. The go via network enables motorists to bypass CBD traffic and use of three Brisbane motorways; the Bruce Highway in the north, the Pacific Motorway to the south and the Ipswich Motorway to the west.

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  • The go via network is a 70 kilometre integrated network of tolled roads, bridges and tunnels across the greater Brisbane area. go via has one million tolling accounts and more than 1.8 million go via tags in use as of 2013. The go via network enables motorists to bypass CBD traffic and use of three Brisbane motorways; the Bruce Highway in the north, the Pacific Motorway to the south and the Ipswich Motorway to the west. go via is the toll payment system introduced by Queensland Motorways as a part of free-flow tolling. It replaced the previous E Toll system in Queensland. The new system was introduced on 1 July 2009 and the pay-on-the-spot option was phased out on 22 July 2009, meaning cash was no longer a payment option, and stopping was no longer required. As drivers are no longer able to pay with cash, they need to choose one of the new methods of paying Queensland's toll roads, including go viatags, go viavideo, go viabusiness (for ongoing toll payment), and go viavideo passes for one-off trips. (en)
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  • Going Your Way
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  • Transport
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  • Australia
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  • The go via network is a 70 kilometre integrated network of tolled roads, bridges and tunnels across the greater Brisbane area. go via has one million tolling accounts and more than 1.8 million go via tags in use as of 2013. The go via network enables motorists to bypass CBD traffic and use of three Brisbane motorways; the Bruce Highway in the north, the Pacific Motorway to the south and the Ipswich Motorway to the west. (en)
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  • Go via (en)
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