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MTA Bridges and Tunnels

We operate seven bridges and two tunnels in New York City, handling more than 336 million vehicle crossings each year.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, contact us for help or general information.

Congestion Relief Zone

Starting in June 2024, vehicles entering the Congestion Relief Zone in Manhattan—local streets and avenues at or below 60 Street—will be charged a toll, relieving crowding in what is today the most congested district in the United States.

Toll Information

The best way to get the lowest toll rate is to sign up for an E-ZPass account with the New York Customer Service Center. Customers can save at least 25% off of the Tolls by Mail Rate. The best way to manage your E-ZPass account is through the Tolls NY app. More information can be found in the videos and links below.

Contact the MTA Toll Payer Advocate office

We can help with:

  • Free and independent toll-problem assistance
  • Resolving long-standing toll problems
  • Recommending administrative reforms

Fill out this form to get started. You can also find out more about the Office of the MTA Toll Payer Advocate.


Contact our customer service center

If you need help with something else, you can see more customer service numbers.

File a TBTA Law Enforcement complaint

Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority law enforcement personnel patrol the MTA's seven bridges and two tunnels. Complaints will be submitted to TBTA's Internal Security Department.

Tolls NY - The Best Way to Manage Your E-ZPass and Tolls by Mail Account

Learn more about the Tolls NY app

Truck Rules and Regulations

Height Restrictions, Weight Restrictions, and Procedures for Over-Denominational Vehicles on MTA crossings

About us

We serve more than 920,000 vehicles on an average day. In 2023, we carried more traffic than any bridge and tunnel authority in the nation—more than 336 million vehicles. Surplus revenues from our tolls help support MTA public transit services.

All of our crossings use cashless, electronic tolling systems. This lets us process traffic more quickly and safely and reduces carbon emissions and fuel consumption.

Bridges and Tunnels at a glance

  • 2023 Operating Budget: $491.4 million
  • 2023 Support to Mass Transit: $1.591 billion
  • 2023 Average Weekday Vehicles: 935,000
  • Bridges: 7
  • Tunnels: 2

Map of our bridges and tunnels

Bikes and pedestrians

Walkway information

You cannot ride your bike across MTA bridges or through MTA tunnels. If the bridge has a pedestrian walkway, you can walk your bike across.

Walkways are located on the following MTA bridges:

  • Robert F. Kennedy Bridge,
  • Henry Hudson Bridge,
  • Marine Parkway Bridge, and
  • Cross Bay Bridge. 


Other MTA services

There are also special rules and regulations for for taking your bike on subways, buses, and railroads.


Contact Information

Contact URL

Phone Number

Mailing Address

Executive Office
MTA Bridges and Tunnels
2 Broadway- 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10004