Order your RiverLink sticker or RiverLink E-ZPass transponder for delivery today, and your device will usually arrive in less than a week.
What is the difference?
A RiverLink sticker is for use on the Ohio River Bridges only, and it will not work on the E-ZPass toll system.
A RiverLink E-ZPass transponder will work on the Ohio River Bridges, as well as any toll road that accepts E-ZPass.
Neither RiverLink device is compatible with FasTrak, Sunpass, TxTag, PikePass, K-Tag or smaller, regional toll networks, unless those networks or portions of them also accept E-ZPass.
It is critical to note that the RiverLink and the RiverLink agreement are governed by the laws of Indiana, per the terms of service of the RiverLink user agreement.
Orders for Kentucky are handled by the Joint Board for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. Order links will take you to the Kentucky RiverLink website.
Customer service: 855-748-5465
Direct URL: https://riverlink.com
Need a different state?
Kentucky offers drivers the option of getting a free RiverLink transponder for use on the local toll bridges connecting Louiville and the Southern Indiana metro area. While the toll pass transponder is free, you must still set up an account and fund toll charges to pay the costs of using the Ohio River Bridges.
It is important to note, the RiverLink sticker can not be moved from car to car. Once affixed to the windshield, it can not be removed without being destroyed.
Kentucky offers travelers a RiverLink transponder that is compatibile across the E-ZPass system. See compatibility information below for locations where the RiverLink E-ZPass is accepted. Unlike the local RiverLink transponder sticker, the E-ZPass-compatible RiverLink transponder unit costs $15 each, and you must still fund your account with pre-paid tolls before you can use your new RiverLink.
It is worth noting that the RiverLink transponder, unlike the local-use sticker, can be moved from vehicle to vehicle, as you desire, so long as each vehicle is registered with RiverLink, so that the transponder and your license plate will be matched properly.
See compatibility information below for additional information about where you may use your RiverLink E-ZPass transponder.
Kentucky offers drivers personal accounts for individuals and families. You may have as many as four RiverLink stickers or RiverLink transponders, or any combination up to four units, on a single account.
Kentucky offers business owners and truckers a commercial RiverLink account option. This is particularly useful for fleets.