How much is the toll for the Delaware Water Gap?

How much is the toll for the Delaware Water Gap?

Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge
Opened December 16, 1953
Toll Westbound: $3.00 for cars without E-ZPass $1.25 for cars with E-ZPass

How do I pay my Delaware Water Gap toll?

To pay online, visit To pay by phone, call 973-368-1425. To pay by mail, send your check or money order along with the payment coupon or coupons to NJ E-ZPass, P.O. Box 4971, Trenton, NJ 08650.

How much is the Delaware River Turnpike Bridge toll?

Delaware River–Turnpike Toll Bridge
Daily traffic 42,000 (2017)
Toll West/southbound: $8.20 toll-by-plate for cars $6.10 E-ZPass for cars
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How much are tolls from NJ to Delaware?

Tolls are collected in one-direction only; while traveling from New Jersey to Delaware. Passenger vehicles pay one-way toll of $4.00 while traveling from New Jersey to Delaware.

Can you pay cash at Delaware Water Gap?

It affects the commission’s toll plazas that are set up to accept both cash and E-ZPass, including the Interstate 78, Easton-Phillipsburg (Route 22), Portland-Columbia (Routes 611, 46 and 94) and Delaware Water Gap (I-80) spans in the Lehigh Valley region.

Is Delaware Memorial Bridge toll both ways?

Tolls on the Delaware Memorial Bridge are one-way only. Drivers entering Delaware from New Jersey pay a toll at a barrier, after traveling the bridge span.

Can I use my E-ZPass in other states?

Now you can use your E-ZPass in toll-zapping booths in 14 states, a vast road-trip zone stretching from Virginia to Illinois to Maine. It’s all a compatible system, but different states set their own fees to issue the transponders and maintain your account.

Where can I get an E-ZPass in Delaware?

You can get can obtain E-ZPass at many locations throughout the state. Find out where! The E-ZPass main Service Center is located at 22-24 West Loockerman Street, Dover, DE. Stop by and visit our Service Center to see what we have to offer!

Is there a toll on the Delaware Water Gap?

Part of the Appalachian Trail, the bridge offers both hikers and motorists a spectacular scenic view of the world famous Delaware Water Gap. A one-way toll plaza, located on the Pennsylvania approach, has 8 toll lanes. Tolls are collected in the westbound direction.

When did the Delaware River joint toll bridge commission use E-ZPass?

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission strives to improve its toll collection system as equipment ages and better technologies become available. For example, the Commission established Express E-ZPass facilities (“open-road tolling”) at its I-78 and I-80 toll plazas in 2010.

How is the E-ZPass system being used?

E-ZPass® has been used in more than 79 percent of the Commission’s toll transactions so far in 2021. E-ZPass® is a toll-collection system that enables motorists to pay their tolls electronically through pre-established accounts prepaid and replenished with a credit card or check.