Cashless Tolling

Motorists can now pay their toll while maintaining highway speeds.

Cashless tolling is helping ease commutes across the Hudson River.

The state-of-the-art system collects tolls at highway speeds via E-ZPass and Tolls by Mail, detecting classes of vehicles and applying the correct charge.

If you have E-ZPass, your toll is collected using the same process that you are already familiar with.

If you don’t have E-ZPass, cameras photograph your vehicle’s license plate as it passes under the overhead equipment. A bill is then automatically sent to the registered owner by U.S. Mail.

Transportation authorities are turning to cashless tolling to reduce congestion, improve safety and reduce air pollution. More than 35 bridges, tunnels and toll roads across the nation use cashless tolling, including the Henry Hudson Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge.

View this information as a printable fact sheet here.


Wide Reach

Did you know E-ZPass is now accepted in 16 states across the Northeast and Midwest.

Easy Availability

Customers can sign up at or at E-ZPass customer service center locations.

E-ZPass On-the-Go

Purchase pre-paid E-ZPass accounts without waiting in line at MTA bridge, tunnel cash lanes and select retail locations.

More Information

Learn more about the advantages of E-ZPass and purchase a pre-paid account at our Project Outreach Centers.