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Ontario toll bridges

Following are the toll bridges in Ontario:

The The Ambassador Bridge is a four-laned suspension bridge that connects Detroit, Michigan, United States, with Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The travellers needs to cary custom documents to cross the border using the bridge.

The Blue Water Bridge is a twin-span international bridge across the St. Clair River that links Port Huron, Michigan, United States, and Point Edward, Ontario, Canada. The Blue Water Bridge connects Highway 402 in Ontario with both Interstate 69 (I-69) and Interstate 94 (I-94) in Michigan. It currently ranks as the fourth busiest Ontario international crossing for total vehicles and is the second busiest for number of commercial vehicle (truck) crossings. Cars/RV pay $3.00 USD (or $4.00 CAD) while travelling to Canada and $3.25 USD (or $4.25 CAD) while travelling to US as toll charges. Toll for each extra axles is $3.25 USD (or $4.25 CAD). Trucks & Buses pay $3.25 USD (or $4.25 CAD) per axle while travelling to Canada and $3.50 USD (or $4.50 CAD) per axle while travelling to US as toll charges.

Other toll bridges in Ontario include:

Ontario toll calculator can help you calculate tolls and gas expenses for cars, trucks, buses, RVs, trailers and motorcycles for the Ambassador, Blue Water and all other toll bridges in Ontario.

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