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GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE

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Tolls On the George Washington Bridge

How much does it cost to take the George Washington Bridge?

If you are traveling the George Washington Bridge, the following tolls currently apply for the vehicle classes shown.

To calculate a toll for your trip, use the Toll Calculator below.

Class 11: Motorcycle

E-ZPass $12.75

Cash/AET $16.00

Invoice $16.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $12.75

Cash/AET $10.75

Class 1: 2-axle vehicle, single rear tire

E-ZPass $13.75

Cash/AET $16.00

Invoice $16.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $13.75

Cash/AET $11.75

Class 2: 2-axle vehicle, dual rear tire

E-ZPass $38.00

Cash/AET $44.00

Invoice $44.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $33.00

Cash/AET $36.00

Class 3: 3 axles, including trailer

E-ZPass $57.00

Cash/AET $66.00

Invoice $66.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $49.50

Cash/AET $54.00

Class 4: 4 Axles, including trailer

E-ZPass $76.00

Cash/AET $88.00

Invoice $88.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $66.00

Cash/AET $72.00

Class 5: 5 Axles, including trailer

E-ZPass $95.00

Cash/AET $110.00

Invoice $110.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $82.50

Cash/AET $90.00

Class 6: 6 Axles+, including trailer

E-ZPass $114.00

Cash/AET $132.00

Invoice $132.00

Each add'l axle:

E-ZPass $19.00

Cash/AET $22.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $99.00

Cash/AET $108.00

Each add'l axle:

E-ZPass $16.50

Cash/AET $18.00

Class 7: Class 1 or 11 w/ trailer (3-axles+), single rear tire only

E-ZPass $24.25

Cash/AET $34.00

Invoice $34.00

Each add'l axle:

E-ZPass $10.50

Cash/AET $18.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $24.25

Cash/AET $22.25

Each add'l axle:

E-ZPass $10.50

Cash/AET $10.50

Class 8: 2-axle buses and mini-buses

E-ZPass $14.00

Cash/AET $25.00

Invoice $25.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $14.00

Cash/AET $14.00

Class 9: 3-axle buses and mini-buses

E-ZPass $14.00

Cash/AET $25.00

Invoice $25.00

Off-peak rates

E-ZPass $14.00

Cash/AET $14.00

► Tolls on the george washington bridge are one-way, and all-electronic. Drivers entering New York pay a toll. Drivers entering New Jersey are not charged.

PEAK HOURS: Weekdays from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Weekends from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

OVERNIGHT TRUCK HOURS: Sundays through Thursdays only from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Calculate your trip on the George Washington Bridge using our Toll Calculator. It is always free to use for all toll roads on TurnpikeInfo.com.

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NOTICE: Toll calculators are continually updated and checked for accuracy. We make every effort to provide the most current, accurate, official tolls for the roadway you are traveling.

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Traveling the George Washington Bridge

Distance, Direction & Destinations

The following is a synopsis of the George Washington Bridge

  • ► Approximate Total Distance: 2.3 miles/3.7 kilometers
  • ► Travel Direction: Westbound and Eastbound
  • ► Starting exit and mile marker: NJ at MM 122.5, in Fort Lee.
  • ► Ending exit and mile marker: NYC at MM 1.4, in New York.
  • ► Major Destinations:

    • ▷ Fort Lee
    • ▷ New York City
    • ▷  NY

► TOTAL DISTANCE MEASURES DRIVING DISTANCE BETWEEN STARTING AND ENDING EXITS FOR THIS ROADWAY

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Travel Times

  • 2 minutes @ 55 m.p.h.
  • 2 minutes @ 65 m.p.h.
  • 1 minute @ 75 m.p.h.

Obey all speed limits! Travel times are approximate and are based on ideal travel conditions. The times displayed here do not take into account any variations in speed, including time taken for rest stops, fuel stops, lodging, adverse traffic conditions or other delays.

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Toll Calculator

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George Washington Bridge Toll Calculator

Use of road signs, highway markers, agency insignia or other logos does not imply any affiliation or endorsement.

Tolls charged in one direction only. Select your vehicle class and starting point to get toll cost.

NOTE: EXIT NUMBERS WILL NOT CORRESPOND TO MILE MARKERS ON ALL ROADWAYS.

NOTICE: Toll calculators are continually updated and checked for accuracy. We make every effort to provide the most current, accurate, official tolls for the roadway you are traveling.

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Toll Reference

GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE PASS COMPATIBILITY

The following transponders are accepted on the George Washington Bridge. Any toll pass/transponder with a logo matching those shown below will be compatible with the network on the George Washington Bridge

Be aware that discount tolls, those given for using a toll pass or transponder, may be restricted or otherwise limited to only that specific pass issued by New Jersey. Compatible passes issued by states other than New Jersey may not qualify for discount tolls, although the transponder will work on the George Washington Bridge.

TRANSPONDERS ACCEPTED ON THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE

  • e-zpass
  • i-pass
  • riverlink
  • quick pass
  • epass-xtra

▷ Visit New Jersey's toll pass page for complete information about compatible passes on the George Washington Bridge.

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TOLL CLASSES

The following class or axle definitions will apply for your travel on the George Washington Bridge. A list of compatible toll transponders is shown below.

Remember, when counting axles, make certain to count all axles with wheels touching the ground. Be sure to include axles on any trailers your vehicle may be towing. That is the criteria for determining the total axles on your vehicle.

The George Washington Bridge uses the following class definitions for vehicles:

  • ► Class 11: Motorcycle 
  • ► Class 1: 2-axle vehicle, single rear tire 
  • ► Class 2: 2-axle vehicle, dual rear tire 
  • ► Class 3: 3 axles, including trailer 
  • ► Class 4: 4 Axles, including trailer 
  • ► Class 5: 5 Axles, including trailer 
  • ► Class 6: 6 Axles+, including trailer 
  • ► Class 7: Class 1 or 11 w/ trailer (3-axles+), single rear tire only 
  • ► Class 8: 2-axle buses and mini-buses 
  • ► Class 9: 3-axle buses and mini-buses 

Counting Axles Guide

Guide to counting axles
▷ When counting axles, remember to count ALL axles with wheels touching the ground, including axles on any trailers you may be towing. This is the calculus tolling agencies will use to determine the number of axles on your vehicle.

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