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Tolls & Payment

red-alertWe recently became aware of a FasTrak tolling system issue wherein a small number of customers in two-axle vehicles were overcharged at the multi-axle toll rate. Read more at FasTrak Tolling Issue Update

No stopping. All lanes. All the time.

All Electronic Tolling makes it easy to cross the Golden Gate Bridge — no stopping, no fumbling for change.

Cash tolls are no longer collected at the Bridge. Instead, motorists can use one of four easy ways to pay a Golden Gate Bridge toll — a FasTrak Account, a License Plate Account, a One-Time Payment, or a Toll Invoice. Payment may be made using a credit card, cash, check or money order, and can be paid online, by phone, or in person at a cash payment location.

Our Toll Payment Options section explains each option in more detail and offers links to each payment portal.

Golden Gate Bridge Tolls Rates

News item: GGB Toll Rates Increase July 1, 2021

Tolls are collected in one direction only — in the southbound direction into San Francisco. Toll rates are effective July 1, 2020.

Number of Axles

(see chart)

License Plate Account & One-Time Payment
2 Axles/
3 Axles
4 Axles
5 Axles
6 Axles
7 Axles or More
(Visit our Carpools & DMV Decals page for info & eligibility)
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