The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is currently considering a two-stage system-wide toll adjustment to address significant — and continuing — traffic and revenue declines caused by the COVID-19 health crisis and to comply with the Commission’s financial resilience policy.
If approved, it would be the agency’s first system-wide toll adjustment in 10 years.
The following tables of adjusted rates are proposed to be charged at the Commission’s eight toll bridges:
- Trenton-Morrisville (Route 1)
- Scudder Falls (I-295)
- New Hope-Lambertville (Route 202)
- Easton-Phillipsburg (Route 22)
- Delaware Water Gap (I-80)
- Milford-Montague (Route 206)
If approved, the proposed rates for 2021 would take effect on or after April 3, 2021; the proposed rates for 2024 would take effect on or after January 6, 2024. Other changes are described in the respective vehicle description columns in bold.