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Prince Edward Island toll bridges

The Confederation Bridge, also known as "Fixed Link", spans the Abegweit Passage of Northumberland Strait. The curved 12.9 kilometre (8 mile) long bridge links Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick.

Tolls are charged based on a vehicle’s axle-count and are calculated for the round-trip, regardless of the user’s initial point of entry to Prince Edward Island. Bridge tolls are collected when traveling westbound, leaving Prince Edward Island at the toll plaza in Borden-Carleton, PE. Cash, Interac, and all major credit cards are accepted. Confederation Bridge tolls are tax-exempt.

The toll rates as of January 2018 are $47.00 for a two-axle automobile and $8.00 for each additional axle. Motorcycles are charged $18.50. While pedestrians and cyclists are not permitted to cross the bridge, but a shuttle service is available. Since January 1, 2015, the shuttle service charges are $4.50 per pedestrian or $8.75 per cyclist when leaving Prince Edward Island.

The Confederation Toll Bridge is shown as purple bridge over the river

Prince Edward Island toll calculator calculates tolls and gas expenses for cars, trucks, trailers, buses, RVs and motorcycles for the Confederation Bridge.

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