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Washington toll bridges

Following are the toll bridges in Washignton:

The Tacoma Narrows Bridge[1] is a pair of twin suspension bridges that span the Tacoma Narrows strait. The bridges connect the city of Tacoma with the Kitsap Peninsula and carry SR-16 over the strait. Tolls are only collected for eastbound trips headed to Tacoma. 2-axle vehicles pay $5.00 tolls with Good to Go! Pass tag, $6.00 if paying with cash, and $7.00 using Pay by Mail video toll.

SR 520 Bridge[2], or the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, or the Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge, carries SR-520 across Lake Washington, connecting Medina with the Montlake/Union Bay district of Seattle. Toll rates vary depending on weekdays/weekends, time of the day, number of axles and mode of payment (Good to Go! Pass, Pay by Mail, Pay by Plate, Short Term Account). Toll rates for 2-axle vehicles are listed here[3].

Washington toll tunnel

The SR 99 Tunnel[4] carries SR 99 beneath downtown Seattle. The south portal is just west of CenturyLink field, while the north portal sits between Seattle Center and South Lake Union, just south of Mercer Street. The tunnel carries two lanes of SR 99 in each direction.

Toll rates change based on time of day, with lower toll rates on nights and weekends. Tolls are collected in both directions as you exit the tunnel. Vehicles without a Good To Go! account pay an extra $2 per toll. See detailed toll rates for all the vehicles[5] for the Washington tunnels.

Use Washington Toll Calcualtor to calculate tolls and gas costs for all the tolls bridges and tunnels in Washington.


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How are tolls calculated for trucks in Washigton

In the state of Washington, trucks pay tolls based on number of axles on all the toll roads and the toll tunnel.

Calculate truck tolls to cross these toll bridges and tunnel in Washington using free Truck Toll Calculator.

How to pay toll in Washington

You can pay tolls in Washington via Good To Go! Pass tag, Pay-By-Mail video toll system or with cash.

However, not all toll payment methods are accepetd at all Washington toll bridges. Following is the summary:

Good To Go! Tag payment

  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge
  • SR 520 /Albert D. Rosellini Bridge/ Evergreen Point Floating Bridge

Cash payment

  • Accepted only at Tacoma Narrows Bridge

Pay-By-Mail payment

  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge
  • SR 520 /Albert D. Rosellini Bridge/ Evergreen Point Floating Bridge

How to pay missed toll in Washington

If you do not have an electronic toll account, such as a Good To Go! account and you do not pay a toll with cash then you will be sent a toll bill by the Washington State Department of Transportation. The bill will include any administrative or camera fees associated with the toll.

All invoices received should be paid within eighty (80) days or you will receive a notice of civil penalty, which includes a $40.00 violation charge, per toll.

You can still save money with a Good To Go! account[6]even after you get a bill in the mail. You’ll save $1.75 per toll.

How to pay a toll bill in Washington

You can pay a bill using a credit card, debit card, check or electronic check using the following options:

  • Online at MyGoodToGo.com[7](must have the notice number to pay online)
  • By phone1-866-936-8246
  • By mailGood To Go!, P.O. Box 300326, Seattle, WA 98103 (checks only)
  • In-person: at our walk-in customer service center[8]

What is Good To Go

Good To Go Pass is accepted in Washington but not on Bridge of Gods and Hood River Bridge

A Good To Go! Pass, like E-ZPass on the east coast, is a tag transponder you put in your vehicle to pay tolls electronically. It is a prepaid toll payment system that works across the state of Washington. Read details of Good to Go! Pass working, installation, costs and more.

Washington bridge tolling agencies

The Washington State Department of Transportation manages Washington toll bridges. For any questions about toll payment methods or your toll bill please get in touch with the agency.

  • Washington State Department of Transportation [9]
  • Good To Go![10]


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