New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 21 - Miscellaneous
Chapter XIII - Buffalo And Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority
Part 602 - Toll Rates
Section 602.1 - Toll rates

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 12, March 20, 2024

(a) One-way passage. All toll rates herein refer to one-way passage.

Vehicle description Charge
Passenger car $0.25
Trailer .25
Station wagon .25
Taxi .25
Motorcycle .25
Ambulance (except emergencies) .25
Hearse .25
Bus 1.25
Commercial vehicle (trucks, tractors, trailers and semitrailers) per ton, gross weight ($0.25 minimum toll) .15

Note:

Gross weight is the aggregate weight of the vehicle or a combination of such vehicles and the contents thereof, as determined by scales of the authority, if available, or if not available, by such other method as may from time to time be determined by the authority. Drivers shall, upon request of a bridge employee, permit examination of such papers and/or documents as may be deemed necessary to make such determination.

No charge is made for pedestrians. No charge is made for vehicle passengers. No charge is made for emergency vehicles when on emergency missions.

Vehicles of 10 or more passenger capacity are to be charged as a bus ($1.25).

Buses converted into house cars are to be charged by weight.

House cars are to be charged by weight.

(b) Commutation rate. Book of 33 one-trip tickets-$5.00. Commutation tickets may be used only for passenger cars, station wagons, or for trailers attached thereto, and motorcycles.

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