Tolls on Bridges and Tunnels Connecting New York and New Jersey to Rise by $1

Toll hikes at bridges and tunnels run by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are going up $1 across the board. The Port Authority Board voted unanimously to approve the increases Thursday night.

E-ZPass tolls in off-peak hours will go from $11.75 to $12.75. During peak hours, the tolls will rise to $14.75 from $13.75. For those who get tolls delivered by mail, the rate will go from $16 to $17.

All the crossings officially went cashless as of December, so if you don’t have E-ZPass, your license plate will be scanned as you cross, and bills will be sent to you in the mail.

The increases are part of the proposed $8.3 billion budget proposal for 2023.

The board also voted to approve single-ride fares on the Air Train. The 25 cents increase would take place in March of 2023.

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