Tolls to Increase on Delaware Memorial Bridge in March

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Commuters that travel on the Delaware Memorial Bridge will soon be paying more at the toll.

On Tuesday, December 18th, the Delaware River and Bay Authority Commission (DRBA), adopted a new toll schedule for the Delaware Memorial Bridge, increasing the rate for all classifications beginning on March 1st of 2019.

The new toll schedule sets the rate for passenger cars and small trucks at $5 while commercial vehicles will pay $2 more per axle.

The schedule is expected to generate about $34 million in additional annual revenue that will fund the agency’s $440 million Capital Improvement Program.

Below is a chart with the new increase tolls:

Toll Rate Schedule

                                                                        Current Toll                      New Toll


  • Passenger Car, Small Truck                  $4                                $5
  • Passenger Car w/ 1 Axle Trailer            $6                                $7.50
  • Passenger Car w/ 2 Axle Trailer           $8                                $10
  • Passenger Car w/ 3 Axle Trailer           $10                              $12.50

 Passenger Car Discount Traffic

  • Commuters (22 trips in 30 days)          $1                                $1.25
  • Frequent Travelers                                $1.25                           $2

Commercial Vehicles

  • 2 Axle Vehicle                                        $10                              $12
  • 3 Axle Vehicle                                        $15                              $21
  • 4 Axle Vehicle                                        $20                             $28
  • 5 Axle Vehicle                                        $25                             $35
  • 6 Axle Vehicle                                        $30                             $42


To learn more about the rate changes, visit


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