The Indiana Toll Road (ITRCC) or Indiana Route 80/90 provides 157 miles across the northernmost part of Indiana from its border with Ohio to the Illinois State Line. In operation since 1956, the ITR provides the primary connection to the Chicago Skyway and downtown Chicago. The ITRCC also links the largest cities on the Great Lakes with the Eastern Seaboard. The connections with I-65 and I-69 lead to major destinations in the South and on the Gulf Coast.
ITR Concession Co. LLC (ITRCC) is committed to partnering with local communities across the Indiana Toll Road in its recruitment efforts. We hire the most qualified candidate(s) based on their individual skill level, past employment experiences, educational background and commitment to excellence. If you believe in delivering outstanding customer service, a commitment to safety and a desire to represent ITRCC professionally, please apply. ITRCC is an equal opportunity employer and affords equal opportunity to all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, military discharge status, source of income, or any other status protected under local, state or federal laws.
The Indiana Toll Road (ITRCC) began in 1951 when the Indiana General Assembly passed legislation creating the Indiana Toll Road Commission. In 1954 construction started and the Indiana Toll Road was completed in November, 1956.
Here’s a glance at the Indiana Toll Road project by the numbers:
786 days to complete
$280 million for the total cost of the project
The finished project covered 7,000 acres of land
The toll road’s formal name is Interstate 90, linking Chicago with the eastern seaboard of the United States along the northern border of Indiana.
In 1985, subsequent legislation authorized the Toll Finance Authority to enter into contracts or leases with the Department of Highways for the operation of all toll road and toll bridge projects. In 2006, the Indiana General Assembly authorized ITRCC to take control of the Indiana Toll Road.
As it is structured today, the Indiana Toll Road is operated and maintained by ITR Concession Co. LLC. The ITRCC Administration Office is located in Granger, Ind. The staff at ITRCC is responsible for, maintenance, repair and operation of the Indiana Toll Road projects within Indiana. It is charged with formulating, developing and recommending a continuing long-range toll road plan and short-term improvement programs.
Americans with Disabilities Act
For patrons afflicted by an upper limb disability that would impact their ability to retrieve a ticket or pay cash at a toll booth, please call the Indiana Toll Road E-ZPass Customer Service Center at (574) 675-4010 to inquire about an E-ZPass account in which the initial $10 deposit and fees shall be waived. Although fees are waived, the customer will still be required to pay tolls.
NOTE: Documentation from a licensed physician is required to verify the disability. We will not accept a Physician Assistant’s signature. If caller is a veteran, he or she may provide a statement from the Veterans Administration instead, as long as it indicates a permanent and severe upper limb mobility or dexterity impairment that substantially impairs the ability to reach outside of a vehicle window.
The patron only qualifies for this option if he or she operates a vehicle specially equipped for use by the disabled, and has a severe and permanent upper limb mobility or dexterity impairment that substantially impairs the person’s ability to reach outside the vehicle.