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Kentucky toll bridges

The RiverLink project[1] links Kentucky with Indiana over the Ohio river. The improved John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (I-65 South), the new Abraham Lincoln Bridge (I-65 North) and the new Lewis and Clark Bridge, (connecting the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky with State Road 265 in Indiana) are tolled. The George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge (Second Street Bridge) and the Sherman Minton Bridge (I-64) are not tolled. You can see toll rates for the toll bridges here:

  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (I-65 South)[2]
  • Abraham Lincoln Bridge (I-65 North)[3]
  • Lewis and Clark Bridge (connecting the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky with State Road 265 in Indiana)[4]

Toll rates for Kentucky bridges

2-axle vehicles less than 7.5 feet in height pay following rates at the RiverLink project bridges:

  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (I-65 South): $2.10 with prepaid account & Tag, $3.16 with prepaid account and no Tag, $4.20 with unregistered plate (Pay By Mail)
  • Abraham Lincoln Bridge (I-65 North): $2.10 with prepaid account & Tag, $3.16 with prepaid account and no Tag, $4.20 with unregistered plate (Pay By Mail)
  • Lewis and Clark Bridge (connecting the Gene Snyder Freeway in Kentucky with State Road 265 in Indiana): $2.10 with prepaid account & Tag, $3.16 with prepaid account and no Tag, $4.20 with unregistered plate (Pay By Mail)


Please note that for passenger vehicles with roof top luggage, accessories, and/or cargo, if the height exceeds 7 ½ feet, you will be charged as a medium vehicle toll charges; $5.26 with prepaid account & Tag, $6.30 with prepaid account and no Tag, $7.36 with unregistered plate (Pay By Mail). Vehicles may be re-classified to a higher rate due to the height of cargo or due to pulling a trailer. These crossings do not qualify for the Frequent-User Discount.

Kentucky toll calculator calculates tolls for cars, trucks, trailers, buses, RVs and motorcycles for all the RiverLink project bridges. The tolls are for both peaks and off-peaks, at the time of your travel.


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How to pay toll in Kentucky

Tolls in Kentucky are managed by RiverLink[5] and all the toll facilities have all electronic tolling, meaning no cash booths. Various payment methods for toll payment in Kentucky are linked.

Truck toll in Kentucky

Trucks on RiverLink project are classified as medium vehicles and heavy vehicles. 2-axle trucks higher than 7.5 feet, 3-axle trucks, and 4-axle trucks pay tolls for medium vehicles. 5-axle or more axle trucks pay heavy vehicle tolls. Kentucky Truck toll calculator helps you calculates tolls for trucks based on number of truck axles.

How to pay missed toll in Kentucky

If you did not have a RiverLink[6]account for tolls in Kentucky, or compatible E-ZPass from other states (such as Indiana E-ZPass), you would be paying a higher toll fee (Invoice is sent to the license plate registered address). To pay the invoice you would need the Invoice Number, License Plate information (State and Number), and a payment method (credit card, debit card, or ACH). But if you were driving a rental car, you would not be able to pay the tolls directly to RiverLink. The invoices for missed tolls for rental cars are sent to the rental car company. Therefore, depending on the rental car agency’s policies, you might have to pay toll charges to your rental company.

To know your options better, we suggest you to please reach out to RiverlLink, the agency that manages tolls in Indiana and Kentucky, at 1-855 RIV-LINK (748-5465) or email your query at riverlink.inquiry@riverlink.com.

What is E-ZPass or RiverLink tag

RiverLink toll tag accepted in Kentucky to pay tolls on Ohio River Bridges with  E-ZPass, I-Pass, NCQuickPass, E-Pass Xtra

The RiverLink Pass is an electronic toll payment system that can be used for payment of tolls on the Kentucky Ohio River Bridges. You can know more about the payment process, payment features and much more about RiverLink pass and E-ZPass.

Kentucky tolling agencies and contacts

Following agencies manage Kentucky toll bridges toll payments. For any questions about toll payment methods or your toll bill please get in touch with respective agency.


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