Tolls set to go up on the Golden Ears Bridge mid-July
VANCOUVER – Starting later this month you will have to pay a little more to cross the Golden Ears Bridge.
TransLink says as of July 15 tolls will go up 1.5 per cent to match the rate of inflation. The tolls, which pay for building, operating and maintaining the bridge, will increase from five to 15 cents, depending on the type of vehicle. However, there is no change to tolls for registered motorcycle customers.
That means ‘pay as you go’ drivers will have to shell out $4.30 per trip, which is up from $4.25.
The bridge sees a shortfall of 35 to 40 million dollars a year.
The toll adjustments are as follows:
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