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Toll Schedule Information

In order to properly maintain its bridges in a safe and cost-effective manner,
the New York State Bridge Authority must raise tolls at its five Hudson River crossings for the first time since 2012. The new toll structure will primarily go to finance the re-decking of the north span of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, the Authority’s busiest span and an important connector in the Northeast highway network. The roughly $90 million project will go out to bid in 2020 and provide local jobs for three years. The tolls collected will also help fund a number of other projects in the Authority’s $243 million five-year capital plan.

The additional toll revenue used to maintain the Authority’s bridges will stay within the Mid-Hudson Region, funding work on the Bear Mountain, Newburgh-Beacon, Mid-Hudson, Kingston-Rhinecliff, Rip Van Winkle and Walkway Over the Hudson bridges.
The proposed increase would be phased in over the course of four years, starting annually on May 1, 2020. Full rates would be in place by May 1, 2023. Most passenger cars will see a total increase of $0.10 a year over those four years.
The full proposed toll revision schedule can be found here.

For more information on how to get please visit www.e-zpassny.com or call 1-800-333-TOLL


The toll revision would take effect after a public hearing and after the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Transportation approves the plan. A public hearing is scheduled for March 9, 2020.
The Authority is responsible for providing reliable, safe, and convenient access across the Hudson River to all lawful traffic within the framework of a sound long-term financial policy. To that end, the Authority will maintain a vigorous, integrated program of inspection, maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation to ensure the structural integrity of its facilities and the safety of its patrons. Approximately 97% of funding for the Authority’s bridges comes from tolls. About 3% of revenue comes from dark fiber leasing, advertising on the bridges, and investment income. The New York State Bridge Authority receives no funding through state or federal tax dollars.
New York State Bridge Authority Toll Increase Proposal
Cover & Table of Contents
Statement of Need for Proposed Action
Statement of Revenues and Expenses
Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Reserves
Schedule of Bonds and Notes Outstanding
Traffic Consultant Forecast of Revenues and Expenses 2019-2024
Statement of Estimated Capital Needs
Exhibit A: Proposed Toll Schedule & Proposed Rule
Exhibit B: 20-Year Capital Needs Projection
Exhibit C: Consulting Engineer's Report on Physical Condition of Bridges
Exhibit D: 2018 Audited Financial Statements
Exhibit E: History of Bridge Authority Tolls
General Revenue Bond Resolution & Supplemental Bond Resolutions

*This information is available to view at each of our bridge facilities.


Frequently Asked Questions – Answers to frequently asked questions about the New York State Bridge Authority and the revision to the toll structure

Notice of Public Hearing
Monday, March 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel
Palm Court Room
40 Civic Center Plaza
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-3118

For more information please call our main office at (845) 691-7245

 

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