The new cashless tolling point at the Delaware River Bridge assesses tolls as vehicles pass under an overhead gantry at highway speed for westbound traffic only just after crossing the Delaware River.
Toll plaza facilities previously located at the southeastern end of the Turnpike at the Delaware River Bridge (milepost 359) and the Delaware Valley/U.S. Route 13 Interchange (Exit 358) have been removed.
Exit 358 remains open to traffic with no toll. The new Neshaminy Falls Mainline Toll Plaza (#353) is located just east of the Bensalem Interchange (#351).
Cash customers continuing to travel westbound now enter the Turnpike’s ticket-based system and need to stop to pick up a ticket at this new mainline toll plaza.
A new PA Turnpike tolling point has been added to the system for westbound motorists traveling into PA from New Jersey just after crossing the PA Turnpike Bridge over the Delaware River. The tolling point is a cashless, high-speed toll, therefore cash customers will receive a toll invoice in the mail through the PA Turnpike TOLL BY PLATE program. E-ZPass charges will be assessed as they normally are through transponder. The toll is $5 for E-ZPass and $6.75 for PA Turnpike TOLL BY PLATE (Additional toll for more axles). The new beginning/end to the PA Turnpike’s ticket-based system has been moved to the Neshaminy Falls Toll Plaza, located at milepost 353. Cash customers now take a ticket (westbound) or pay final toll (eastbound) at this location.
Westbound travelers crossing the Delaware River Bridge (DRB) have the option to pay the new toll using E-ZPass or the new PA Turnpike TOLL BY PLATE program.
E-ZPass payment is handled as usual at this new location. If you are not an E-ZPass customer, you will receive a PA Turnpike TOLL BY PLATE invoice in the mail.
This program is a new license plate tolling system and is only in operation at the PA Turnpike Bridge tolling point.
Cameras on the overhead gantry at the new DRB tolling point capture your vehicle’s license plate at highway speed, and then a toll invoice is mailed to the registered vehicle owner.
The new mainline Neshaminy Falls toll plaza is the new beginning/end of the PA Turnpike’s ticket-based system and requires westbound cash customers to stop and pick up a ticket and eastbound cash customers to stop to pay the toll.
E-ZPass customers enjoy the convenience of traveling at highway speed through Express Lanes at this location.
E-ZPass continues to be the most affordable way to travel the PA Turnpike.
Start/End of Ticket System
Tollbooths Removed - Exit Remains Open
Cashless Toll Westbound Only