Current New York City Bridge & Tunnel Tolls

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 New York City Tolls

  • For current toll rates, click on the names of the bridges and tunnels below .
  • E-Z Pass is a pre-paid system for paying tolls. After registering and pre-paying X amount, you receive a plastic E-Z Pass device in the mail. Automated scanners deduct the toll amount as you pass through a toll’s E-Z Pass lane. Read more at E-Z Pass.
  • The Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Manhattan bridges are indicated by black lines. These 3 bridges are toll-free in both directions.
  • If you’re going to or coming from states south of New York City, you may be interested in Current New Jersey Road Tolls.
  • See our Recommended New York City Maps.
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  • For larger map, click square in upper-right corner of map. Zoom in/out and click/drag map as needed. Click colored lines to see name of bridge/tunnel.

A token coin that was used to pay tolls in te New York City area years ago.

This was the E-Z Pass system before E-Z Pass existed. You could pre-pay your return trip toll by buying one of these tokens from a toll booth agent. On your way back, you simply dropped the token into an automated toll machine. They were phased out on 01/31/1997.

New York City Tolls

New York City Toll Bridges

Bayonne Bridge: Toll charged entering Staten Island; no charge when leaving Staten Island.

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge: Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge: Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

George Washington Bridge: Toll charged entering Manhattan; no charge when leaving Manhattan.

Goethals Bridge: Toll charged entering Staten Island; no charge when leaving Staten Island.

Henry Hudson Bridge: Toll charged in both directions. This toll is a “cashless operation.” If you do not have E-Z Pass, a bill is sent to the address associated with your license plate.

Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge: Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

Outerbridge Crossing: Toll charged entering Staten Island; no charge when leaving Staten Island.

Robert F. Kennedy Bridge (formerly Triborough Bridge): Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

Throgs Neck Bridge: Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge: Toll charged entering Staten Island; no charge when leaving Staten Island. (Click Toll Information.)

New York City Toll Tunnels

Brooklyn Battery Tunnel (official name changed to Hugh L. Carey Tunnel): Toll charged in both directions. (Click Toll Information.)

Holland Tunnel: Toll charged entering Manhattan; no charge when leaving Manhattan.

Lincoln Tunnel: Toll charged entering Manhattan; no charge when leaving Manhattan.

Queens Midtown Tunnel: Toll charged entering Manhattan; no charge when leaving Manhattan. (Click Toll Information.)

The front side of an MTA toll token that was used to pay for New York City bridge and tunnel tolls.

New York is an aquatic city. While it’s not exactly Water World, NYC has four underwater tunnels and over 2,000 bridges. Did you know that the Bronx is the only New York City borough on mainland U.S.A.? Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn are all on islands.

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