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To my knowledge the only way to estimate the toll for a route, i.e. from Baltimore, Maryland, USA to Guelph, Ontario, Canada, is as follows.

  1. Get the list of highways route info from Google maps.
  2. Go to the website of each authority.
  3. For each highway, research the entry and exit points from Google map and related them to the authority defined regions.
  4. List the tolls from the authority defined regions and sum them up.

I don't want anyone else to do this for me. I can do it by myself. But is there any easier way? Can anyone at least give me a rough estimate like whether it is around $50, $100, $150? Thanks.

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Welcome to travel.SE. When searching for the route you should just select option : Avoid Tolls and your toll burden becomes $0 –  Karlson May 22 at 17:32
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@Karlson: That actually doesn't work in this case. It routes you over the Whirlpool Rapids bridge which also has a toll (though unbeknownst to Google) and moreover is only open to NEXUS members. Also, the route is 20 minutes longer. –  Nate Eldredge May 22 at 17:59
    
Are you asking for the toll for this specific journey, or for a resource that calculates tolls in the US and Canada for any route? –  Flimzy May 22 at 18:59
    
@drat That should have been Is there an easy way to calculate the total cost of tolls for a trip within the United States?. Unfortunately, the site in the selected answer (beta.costtodrive.com/us-tolls ) seems much more limited compared to the original. –  choster May 22 at 20:15

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The Google route shows tolls for three consecutive segments of that route, but actually it's just one toll: at the Peace Bridge. The toll is roughly $3.

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