Google considers adding toll prices to Google Maps. The best route between points A and B depends on your priorities: If you want to arrive as soon as possible if you want to spend less fuel, if you opt for eco-friendly routes or if you want to spend less on tolls. This last piece of information, the price of tolls, could soon reach Google Maps routes.
Waze, also owned by Google, began to add the price of tolls a few years ago, although in Google Maps they still do not appear. While you are told that the route includes tolls, there is no indication of how much they cost, something that could be very useful for a driver before making a decision on which route to use.
The toll prices will be shown on Google Maps
Currently, Google Maps gives you a choice when calculating a route: either accept the tolls or avoid them, but you will never know how much those tolls would cost you. That is, there is no distinction between a small stretch that costs a few cents and a route that connects several stretches with tolls that add up to dozens of dollars.
Now, Google is apparently planning to add toll pricing to Google Maps, according to a message sent to members of the Google Maps preview program. It would then include the price of tolls, bridges, and any other expenses derived from the route. The idea is that you have the data before choosing the route so that you can use this data when making the decision.
Unfortunately, nothing is confirmed yet, except that Google is testing the waters with surveys to investigate how to implement the feature in the future, should it be feasible. As a note, the sister app Waze includes toll prices in Spain, Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Slovenia, United States, Dominican Republic, Israel, Latvia, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Uruguay.
So, until then you still have the binary choice of accepting tolled sections on a route or not. You can change this in the Google Maps settings or when calculating a route, with the Route Options menu.