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The MDX Frequent Driver Rewards Program


Enrollment for the 2017 MDX Frequent Driver Rewards Program runs from January 11, 2017 through March 31, 2017

If you are a frequent driver of MDX expressways and you spend at least $100 a year on MDX tolls, well you can earn cash back through the MDX Frequent Driver Rewards Program. To participate in this program, you have to register for the program, have a SunPass account that is in good standing and spend a minimum of $100 annually on any of the five MDX expressways.

Through the Frequent Driver Rewards Program, MDX can give back any savings from the operations of the agency directly to the daily commuters, frequent users and businesses, after meeting its annual financial obligations. When paying the MDX tolls, you are contributing to projects that help ease congestion and improve our daily commute. MDX does not receive any Federal, State or local government taxes and depends on tolls paid for the use of the roads to fund improvements that make the drive faster and safer.

MDX created the Frequent Driver Reward Program to provide relief to those commuters that drive the MDX expressways everyday by giving back any savings that are identified at the end of the year. The cash received at the end of the year by frequent customers has a resulting effect of lowering their toll rate.

The Frequent Driver Rewards Program checks will be mail out by December 2017 to families and businesses in our community that use MDX expressways and registered for the program this year or between January 11th to March 31st of 2017 and meet the qualifications.

The program only applies to the use of MDX’s system including: the SR 112/Airport Expressway, SR 836/Dolphin Expressway, SR 874/Don Shula Expressway, SR 878/Snapper Creek Expressway, and SR 924/Gratigny Parkway. Tolls paid on Florida’s Turnpike, I-95 Express Lanes or the new Palmetto Express lanes do not qualify since these expressways are not MDX expressways.

For more information about the program, you can send an e-mail at

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