Premier Announces End of Tolls on Two Bridges
Prince George, B.C. – Premier John Horgan has announced that as of September 1st, there will no longer be tolls on two bridges in the Lower Mainland.
The tolls will be eliminated for the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges.
He says the costs will be covered through debt, “spread over a longer period of time.”
Currently, the toll to cross the Port Mann is $3.15 for cars, pickup trucks and SUVs, $6.30 for medium-sized vehicles, e.g., a car with a trailer or a motorhome, and $9.45 for commercial vehicles.
The toll to cross the Golden Ears is $3.20 to $4.45 for cars, pickup trucks and SUVs, $6.35 to $7.55 for medium-sized vehicles, and $9.45 to $10.70 for commercial vehicles.
Eliminating bridge tolls was a key plank in the NDP platform .