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How do I pay toll on Benicia Martinez Bridge?

How do I pay toll on Benicia Martinez Bridge?

You can use either FasTrak(opens in a new window) to pay your toll, or set up a License Plate Account.

Are there toll takers on Benicia Bridge?

Even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over, there will be no more toll takers on the bridge. He points to the Benicia-Martinez Bridge as an example of what all Bay Area bridges will eventually be like — no slowing down to go through a toll plaza, just continuing past a sensor at normal speed.

Are CA tolls open?

“The health and safety of our customers and staff are of the utmost importance at The Toll Roads. The 73, 133, 241 and 261 Toll Roads will remain open to drivers. Customers can pay for tolls and manage their account online at TheTollRoads.com. Customers can call 949-727-4800 to reach the Call Center.

Are tolls Open Bay Area?

Heads up, commuters: Cash tolls will not be returning to California’s Bay Area bridges. Cash toll collection was suspended in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the Bay Area Toll Authority announced a new all-electronic toll collection system will be implemented at seven bridges in the region.

Where do you pay the toll on the Benicia Martinez Bridge?

Benicia-Martinez Bridge. The Benicia-Martinez Bridge crosses the Carquinez Strait along Interstate 680 (I-680) and connects the cities of Benicia and Martinez. Drivers pay tolls in the northbound direction at the toll plaza on the south side of the bridge.

Where is the Benicia-Martinez Bridge in California?

The Benicia–Martinez Bridge refers to three parallel bridges which cross the Carquinez Strait just west of Suisun Bay; the spans link Benicia, California on the north side with Martinez, California on the south.

How do you pay tolls on Bay Area bridges?

The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) collects tolls on the seven state-owned toll bridges in the Bay Area. On these bridges, drivers can pay their tolls with either FasTrak (opens in a new window) or cash.

How big is the drawbridge in Benicia?

The drawbridge has the smallest clearances of the three bridges — lift span horizontal clearance is 291 feet and vertical clearances are 70 feet (closed) and 135 feet (open). In late 2001, construction began on a newer bridge east of and parallel to the railroad bridge.