Cash or cheque only at toll booth.
Toll Rates (Auto)
|Class Type||Classification||U.S. Rate|
(Apr 1, 2019)
(Oct 1, 2022)
|1||Car, light duty truck and motorcycle||$4.00||$5.10|
|2||Car, light duty truck with 1-axle trailer||$6.00||$7.65|
|3||Car, light duty truck with 2-axle trailer||$8.00||$10.20|
|Per extra axle for cars, light duty trucks||$2.00||$2.55|
|Per extra axle for Recreational Vehicles||$3.25||$4.15|
|Frequent user discount rate structure|
|10 percent discount (10%)||Car, light duty truck and motorcycle||$3.60||$4.59|
|20 percent (20%)||Car, light duty truck and motorcycle||$3.20||$4.08|
|30 percent (30%)||Car, light duty truck and motorcycle||$2.80||$3.57|
Frequent user discount rate structure is based on IQ Prox tag use over the previous 30 days:
- Zero to two crossings: 10 percent discount (10%)
- Three to eight crossings: 20 percent (20%)
- Nine or more crossings 30 percent (30%)
View discounted toll agreement (pdf)
Note 1: Light duty trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) 10,000 pounds and less will be classified as a Class #1 vehicle. All medium and heavy duty vehicles and not-for-hire passenger vehicles with a GVWR greater than 10,000 pounds will be recorded as a Class #12 recreational vehicle.
Note 2: Class #1 passenger vehicles utilized for taxi, complimentary shuttle and equivalent services, do not qualify for bridge frequent user card program usage, but do qualify for commercial debit accounts.
Note 3: RV Classifications include medium and heavy duty vehicles, not-for-hire passenger vehicles with a GVWR greater than 10,000 pounds, and recreational vehicles defined as type A, B, C and bus conversions as defined by the family motor coach association.