The San Mateo-Hayward Bridge is one of two main bridge groups to span the south end of San Francisco Bay. The other is the Dumbarton Bridge, which is the southern-most of the Bay Area toll bridges. The San Mateo-Hayward Bridge is also part of California's Route 92, which runs east and west, and the bridge is a primary portion of the CA 92 route between US 101, in San Mateo, and I–880 in Hayward.
While the bridge, itself, is about seven miles long, there is nearly ten miles separating the two exits flanking the bridge, Foster City Boulevard on the west end of the spans, and Clawiter Boulevard to the east.
For travelers, TurnpikeInfo.com shows the full 13.1 miles of CA 92 between US 101 and I–880.
Tolls on the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge are collected in the westbound direction only, at a toll plaza located just east of the bridge spans, in Hayward.
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Tolls on the San Mateo Hayward Bridge are calculated based on the number of axles for your vehicle. When counting axles, make certain to count the axles with wheels on the ground, including any axles on trailers you may be towing.
The San Mateo Hayward Bridge has 6 axle designations.
When calculating a toll, the following options will be available in the calculator's drop-down menu:
Count each axle with wheels on the ground.
More detailed vehicle class information may be found on the Toll Payments page.