A Good To Go! pass is the cheapest and most convenient way to pay for tolls when you travel on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge
Drivers can pay using a Good To Go! account, by stopping at the toll booths or Pay By Mail where a toll bill is sent in the mail to the vehicle's registered owner for $2 more per trip.
If you do not wish to set up an account, choose:
Drivers using a rental car can open a Short Term Account within 72 hours of crossing the Tacoma Narrows Bridge to pay their toll. We recommend you check with your rental car agency to review their policy surrounding tolls if you plan to travel on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in a rental car.
Toll rates on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge vary depending on the number of axles and whether it’s paid with a Good To Go! account, at the toll booths or by mail. Tolls are collected from all vehicles traveling eastbound from Gig Harbor towards Tacoma.
Emergency response vehicles such as police, fire, and ambulances responding to bona-fide emergencies, Washington State Patrol to clear a blocking incident, and bridge maintenance vehicles. Emergency response vehicles using the bridge in a non-emergency must pay the required toll.
In 1998 voters approved construction of a second Tacoma Narrows Bridge between Tacoma and Gig Harbor to alleviate daily traffic backups and accommodate projected growth in population and employment. Construction began in 2002, and the new bridge opened in 2007. Construction was funded with bond financing to be repaid using tolls over 30+ years.
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