Active Alert
July 22, 2024

Off-peak Route 1 NB Travel Restrictions in Vicinity of Trenton-Morrisville (Route 1) Toll Bridge July 25-27

The following off-peak travel restrictions are scheduled for Route 1 northbound in the vicinity of the Trenton-Morrisville (Route 1) Toll Bridge during the week of July 21:

  • 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26, single-lane closure from PA milepost 80.4 to NJ milepost 0.6
  • 7 a.m. to 3p.m. Saturday, July 27, single-lane closure from PA milepost 80.4 to NJ milepost 0.6.

The lane closure are for the Trenton-Morrisville Toll bridge Paving & Deck-Sealing Improvement Project.

Moderate travel delays are possible approaching the toll bridge from Pennsylvania.

Motorists are urged to reduce speeds and exercise caution when traveling through active work areas.

The schedule is subject to change due to weather, emergencies and other considerations.

Active Alert
July 22, 2024

I-78 Eastbound Lane Closure Added for Monday, July 22, on NJ Side of I-78 Toll Bridge

I-78 Eastbound is reduced to two open travel lanes (one of three lanes closed) from the Pennsylvania side of the I-78 Toll Bridge to milepost 0.1 in Pohatcong, N.J. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, July 22.

The lane closure is needed to prepare the roadway segment for overnight paving work.

Travel delays are expected to be minor.  Motorists are urged to exercise caution and reduce speeds when traveling through active work areas.


Active Alert
July 19, 2024

Single Lanes in Each Direction at Northampton Street Bridge 7 PM to Midnight Tuesday, July 23

The Northampton Street Toll-Supported Bridge (also known as the Easton-Phillipsburg "free bridge") is scheduled to have single-lanes in each direction for lighting system repair work 7 p.m. to midnight on Tuesday, July 23.

Travel impacts are not expected. Motorists are urged to reduce speed and exercise caution whenever traveling through active work zones.

The scheduled work and associated travel restriction is weather-sensitive. In the event of rain, the work could be postponed to the same time period on the nights of Wednesday, July 24, or Thursday, July 25.

Active Alert
July 19, 2024

Week of July 21 Lane Closures for I-78 Repaving and Security-Improvement Project in Phillipsburg, Alpha, Pohatcong, NJ

The following travel restrictions are scheduled for a roadway rehabilitations and secuirty-improvement project along the Commission-controlled portion of I-78 in Phillipsburg, Alpha and Pohatcong, N.J. during the week of July 21:

  • I-78 westbound from milepost 0.8 in New Jersey to the Pennsylvania side of the I-78 Toll Bridge for electrical conduit installation work -- two lanes open (one of three lanes closed) 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, July 22, to Friday, July 26;
  • I-78 eastbound from I-78 Toll Bridge to Routes 22/173 interchange (Exit 3) for milling and paving -- one lane open (two of three lanes closed) 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. (next day) on nights of Monday, July 22, through Friday, July 26.

Minor delays are possible at lane-taper points.

Motorists are urged to reduce speed and exercise caution whenever traveling through active work zones.

Active Alert
June 17, 2024

Cash Service Has Ended at New Hope-Lambertville (Rte. 202), Portland-Columbia (Rts. 46, 611, 94) & Milford-Montague (Rte. 206) Toll Bridges

The New Hope-Lambertville (Route 202), Portland-Columbia (Routes 46,611,94) and Milford-Montague (Route 206) Toll Bridges now have all-electronic toll collections, and no longer accept cash for payments of tolls.

Toll booth are unoccupied. Payment options are either E-ZPass (least expensive) and TOLL BY PLATE (same cost as prior cash tolls, but up to twice the cost of E-ZPass).

Do not stop in toll-booth lanes at these three bridges. Keep moving.

If a vehicle is not equipped with E-ZPass, a TOLL BY PLATE bill will be sent to that registered vehicle owner after 30 days or when the amount of tolls on that vehicles exceeds $50, whichever comes fire.

To save money, avoid hassles and prevent additional fees and possible future penalties, please get an E-ZPass account.

More than 85 percent of tolls at these three bridges are already collected through E-ZPass.


Active Alert
January 30, 2024

New Hope-Lambertville 'Free' Bridge NJ-Bound Detour in Effect through September

The New Hope-Lambertville Toll-Supported Bridge is now closed to New Jersey-bound traffic at the intersections of Main and E. Bridge streets in New Hope, PA.

The bridge remains open to Pennsylvania-bound vehicles with a traffic shift starting on the Lambertville side.  The bridge's walkway also remains in service at this time.

(See drawing of bridge travel pattern below.)


The bridge's uninterrupted New Jersey-bound traffic detour is expected to remain in place for eight months, ending in late September.  The detour has two starting points: at the intersection of East Bridge and Main streets in New Hope and at the intersection of West Bridge Street and Route 202 to the west of New Hope’s commercial center.

Detour signage directs affected motorists to the nearby New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge and Route 202 northbound, which is toll-free for travel into New Jersey.  Take the first New Jersey exit and proceed onto Route 29 southbound.  The detour ends at the intersection of Main Street/Route 29 and Bridge Street/Route 179 in Lambertville.

The NJ-bound detour map can be viewed at this link: https://www.drjtbc.org/wp-content/uploads/NJ-bound_travel_detour_January_to_September.pdf

This travel pattern will allow work crews to execute the first stage of construction on a 10-month-long rehabilition of the 120-year-old bridge.

The following drawing depicts the bridge's Stage 1 travel pattern looking from New Hope, PA. toward Lambertville: