Current New Jersey Road Tolls

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New Jersey Road Tolls

Whether you’re coming to New York City from the south or going from NYC to the south, you have 2 options for driving efficiently through New Jersey: the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway. New Jersey may no longer smell the way it did years ago, but paying tolls always stinks.

    • E-Z Pass is an automated toll payment system that functions in various states. Each participating state’s E-Z Pass will work in all other E-Z Pass states. Google “E-Z Pass (name of participating state).”
    • New Jersey isn’t the only one that wants a pound of your flesh. You’ll pay to enter New York City also. See Current New York City Bridge & Tunnel Tolls.
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New Jersey Turnpike Tolls

    • Visit the New Jersey Turnpike Authority page.
    • Click Toll RatenCalculators under New Jersey Turnpike (top of page).
    • Select your vehicle type and press Start Calculator.
    • When toll calculator appears, select your entry/exit points and payment method. Then press Calculate Toll.
    • The southernmost entry/exit point is #1 (Delaware Memorial Bridge). The northernmost entry/exit point is #18W (GWB= George Washington Bridge.)
    • To access midtown Manhattan, use the Lincoln Tunnel (red line in the map below). For downtown Manhattan, use the Holland Tunnel (black line). For uptown Manhattan/Bronx, use the George Washington Bridge (bright blue line). Traffic-wise, these tunnels/bridges are a nightmare during morning/evening rush hours, so plan accordingly. During summertime, do everything in your power to avoid rush hours.
    • To print toll rates, select your vehicle type under the Printable Toll Rate Schedules section, found just above the Toll Rate Calculators section.

Garden State Parkway Tolls

    • The Garden State Parkway travels north-south along New Jersey’s east coast. You will not take this road if you are traveling between New York City and other states.
    • As of now, there is no online calculator available for Garden State Parkway tolls.
    • You can find a printable, color-coded and semi-hard-to-read schedule of tolls by visiting the NJ Turnpike Authority page and clicking Toll Rates under Garden State Parkway. (At the top of page.)

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