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Tolls go up for 3 bridges connecting Louisville, southern Indiana

Each year, RiverLink raises rates by 2.5% for Kentuckiana's three toll bridges.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bridge tolls are going up in Kentuckiana. Starting July 1 it will cost more to drive across the river.

Each year, RiverLink raises rates by 2.5%  for the three toll bridges connecting Louisville and southern Indiana.

Those bridges are:

  • Abraham Lincoln Bridge (I-­65 North)
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (I-65 South)
  • Lewis and Clark Bridge (SR 265/KY 841) connecting Prospect, KY and Utica, IN

Passenger cars with a transponder will now pay $2.21 while those with a prepaid accounts will pay $3.33. If you don't have either of those, you'll pay $4.42. And those who are towing something or have a bigger vehicle will have to pay more.

For more information on how to pay a toll, set-up and account or get a transponder, visit riverlink.com.

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