The 407 ETR is the world's first all-electronic, barrier-free toll highway stretching 108 kilometres from Burlington to Pickering. In 2017, more than 413,000 tips were made on the average weekday and drivers continue to find 407 ETR a safe and good choice for saving time and money on fuel.
On April 6, 1999, 407 ETR Concession Company Limited (407 ETR) began a Concession Ground Lease Agreement (CGLA) with the Province of Ontario to assume the management and operation of Highway 407 ETR, including tolling, customer service and the maintenance and expansion of the roadway. 407 ETR is also responsible for customer service, tolling and billing for provincially-owned Highways 407, 412 and 418 (collectively, Highway 407). Revenues collected for provincially-owned highways are passed onto the Government of Ontario.
407 ETR is committed to the prevention of pollution, the principles of sustainable development, and the protection of the environment at all times, while recognizing the corporate objective and obligation of providing safe and efficient operation of Highway 407.