Bayonne Bridge

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Tolls and E-ZPass

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The toll is paid heading into New York. Northbound to New Jersey is always free. Some restrictions apply.
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E-ZPass users can save time and enjoy special discounts.
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Certified low-emission vehicles can save even more money with Green Pass.
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A Closer Look

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The Bayonne Bridge is one of the longest steel arch bridges in the world with a 1,675-foot central span.
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Bike, Walk & Run

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Details and directions on entrances are available.
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Please keep in mind that construction activity periodically changes which walkway is open to the public.
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Navigational Clearance Project

Rendering of raised Bayonne Bridge

The Bayonne Bridge is being raised to 215 feet to allow the Port of New York and New Jersey to welcome larger, more efficient vessels to our region.
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All Cashless Tolling

Rendering of raised Bayonne Bridge

The Bayonne Bridge is an all cashless tolling facility.
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Truck & Traffic Restrictions

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The Bayonne Bridge is open to trucks and commercial vehicles. There are a number of traffic restrictions.
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There are also helpful resources just for truckers.
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The Bayonne Bridge Turns 80

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Bike Alerts

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