|State Bridges||Cars, motorcycles |
all 2 axles
|3 axles or more |
($1 plus $5 per axle to max. $36)
|Antioch||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|Benicia-Martinez||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|Carquinez||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|Dumbarton||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|Richmond-San Rafael||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|San Mateo-Hayward||$6.00||$16.00 to $36.00|
|Golden Gate Bridge||FasTrak®||Pay-By-Plate|
|Cars, motorcycles, 2 axles||$7.70||$8.40|
|7 axles or more||$53.90||$58.80|
Payment of tolls on these bridges can be made electronically using FasTrak® Electronic Toll Collection.
The Bay Area Toll Authority grants reduced-rate passage on the seven state-owned bridges for vehicles classified by it as high-occupancy vehicles that use FasTrak to pay the toll.
The reduced rate increased on January 1, 2019 to $3.
The reduced rate applies only as follows: Monday through Friday between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. and between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Carpools must use the designated carpool lane with valid FasTrak account.
Two-Bridge Weekday Discount
Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, a 50-cent toll discount will be applied for two-axle vehicles that cross more than one of the state-owned toll bridges during weekday commute hours of 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. To be eligible for this discount, which is applied to the second toll crossing of the day, motorists must pay their tolls with FasTrak.
Introducing a quick, convenient and enjoyable way to travel around the Bay Area..
Bike the Bay
The bicycle and pedestrian path across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge allows cyclists and pedestrians to take in breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay while traveling between Marin and Contra Costa counties.
The San Francisco Bay Trail is a 500-mile shoreline walking and bicycling path that will one day encircle the Bay.
Enjoy magnificent views and see one of the world's most recognized landmarks up close.