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Good To Go! is Washington state's electronic tolling system.
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A Good To Go! pass will work at any tolled facility in the state.
• SR 520 Bridge
• SR 167 HOT Lanes
• Tacoma Narrows Bridge
Good To Go! passes mounted on vehicles are read at highway speeds. When driving on a tolled facility, tolls are deducted from a pre-paid Good To Go! account.
If you travel the SR 520 or Tacoma Narrows Bridges without a Good To Go! account, the registered vehicle owner will receive a bill in the mail about 14 days after traveling. If you crossed more than 14 days ago and haven't received a bill please call customer service at 1-866-936-8246.
Tolling equipment mounted on the east high-rise of the SR 520 bridge automatically detects a Good To Go! pass or Pay By Plate account, and deducts the proper amount from a pre-paid account.
Vehicle owners who cross the SR 520 bridge without a Good To Go! account will receive a toll bill in the mail. Those who don’t pay within 15 days of receving their bill get a second bill with a $5 reprocessing fee. People with unpaid tolls receive a notice of civil penalty and a $40 fine in addition to the late fee for each toll left unpaid after 80 days.
Fast Facts: SR 520 Bridge Tolling
- SR 520 tolling is all-electronic. There are no toll booths.
- Toll rates vary by time of day to help ease congestion during peak travel times. Tolls also help pay for a new 520 bridge.
- Multi-axle vehicles pay a higher, pro-rated toll rate.
- Tolls are collected in both directions of the SR 520 bridge.
The SR 167 HOT Lanes are HOV (carpool) lanes open to solo drivers who choose to pay a toll. To use HOT lanes, solo drivers must install a Good To Go! pass in their vehicle.
An electronic sign displays the current toll price at each HOT lane access point. Solo drivers pay one toll per trip for the amount displayed when they first enter the HOT lane.
If you are a Good To Go! customer and plan on using the HOT lanes as a carpool, you should consider a switchable or movable pass that can be removed or turned on and off depending on the number of people in the car. Good To Go! sticker passes cannot be disabled and customers will be charged a toll even when carpooling in the HOT lanes.
Fast Facts: SR 167 HOT Lanes Tolling
- SR 167 HOT Lanes tolling is all-electronic. There are no toll booths.
- Toll rates vary depending on traffic volume. Solo drivers could pay between $0.50 and $9. The average toll is $1.00.
- Solo drivers pay one toll per trip for the amount displayed when they first enter the HOT lane.
- Carpools, vanpools, buses and motorcycles can use the SR 167 HOT Lanes toll-free.
Good To Go!: Drivers with Good To Go! can stay in the electronic toll lanes and drive through the tolling area without stopping. The overhead tolling equipment detects your Good To Go! pass and deducts the toll from your pre-paid account.
Toll Booths: Drivers without Good To Go! can exit at the toll plaza and stop to pay at the toll booths with cash or a credit card. When you see the green light, you may proceed.
Pay By Mail: Drivers without Good To Go! and who don't stop at the toll booths, will have a bill sent to the registered vehicle owner. The Pay By Mail rate is $6. Vehicle owners with upaid tolls after 80 days will receive a notice of civil penalty.
Fast Facts: SR 16 Tacoma Narrows Bridge Tolling
- Electronic tolling and toll booths available.
- Drivers pay a single toll rate that is based on the number of axles. Currently, Good To Go! customers pay $4 for a two-axle vehicle, and those using the toll booths pay $5.
- Tolls are only collected when driving east across the bridge, from Gig Harbor to Tacoma.
Learn more about how to navigate the Tacoma Narrows Bridge toll plaza .