New York Toll Roads
New York is one of the most popular and highly desirable regions for tourists. Among the sights there is Times Square, Central Park, Niagara Falls, Central Station, and, of course, the Statue of Liberty.
But not only sights are a feature of New York. It is also among the TOP most expensive regions to live in. In New York there are many of the most expensive toll roads, bridges and tunnels in the USA. Save money — download the Uproad application, choose a car. The utility will inform you about the toll road in time. You no longer need to pay the toll yourself - the Uproad app will do it for you. Operates on Android, iPhone.
New England Thruway
This highway connects the city of Bronx with the east coast of suburban Westchester County and with the Connecticut Turnpike. Many tourists think that the New England Thruway is part of the New York Thruway that goes through New England. But it is not so.
Bronx-Whitestone Toll Bridge
It is one of the suspension bridges that crosses the East River from Whitestone, Queens to Ferry Point in the Bronx. It is worth noting that the fee is charged only by non-cash method and in both directions. This should be taken into account when creating a travel route.
Cross Bay Memorial Bridge
Connects the Rockaway Peninsula to Queens, the Beltway and South State Parkway. Tolls are paid by means of electronic calculation. Unlike many other toll roads in New York, there is a payment for two directions.
Toll bridge Henry Hudson
Across the bridge there is a toll road that connects the northern part of Manhattan with the Bronx. Tolls, like Bronx-Whitestone, are cashless. Payment is charged in both directions.
Throgs Neck Bridge и Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge connects the Brooklyn region and Staten Island. Toll road forms an extremely important transport interchange in the chain of highways. It connects various states, the mid-Atlantic regions and Long Island. Road tolls are two-way and non-cash.
Throgs Neck Bridge is a structural part connecting the Bronx and Queens. This makes it easier to cross the Bronx Whitestone Bridge, reducing traffic congestion. Payment is two-way and non-cash.
How to pay toll in New York
In most cases, payment is non-cash. The cost of travel on toll roads is formed taking into account the number of axles and the distance traveled.
For the New England Thruway, it is:
for cars — from $1.66 to $1.75;
for cargo vehicles — from 5.73 to 9.75.
For Niagara Connector:
owners of ordinary cars pay from 95 cents to a dollar;
truck drivers pay from 2.99 to five dollars.
You can pay the toll both through the E-Zpass electronic system and in cash. But cash is accepted much rarely.