The Port launched a two-month pilot project to test the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge’s toll system capacities for cashless tolling during the off-peak hours of 10:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m. beginning Monday, May 1. BreezeBy customers will be unaffected by the project and should continue to pass through the toll plaza as usual.
Customers who would normally pay their toll with cash or credit card will have two options to pay tolls:
Pay Online: Go to https://csc.portofhoodriver.com/paytoll and select Pay Tolls Before Invoice (within 7 days of crossing) option, or
Pay by Mail: An invoice will be mailed to the address on the vehicle registration about a week after the crossing with instructions on payment method options.
Both payment options will have no additional ancillary fees added to the amount due for any crossings during these hours. Normally, an ancillary fee of $3 is added to the toll amount for pay by mail customers to cover the cost of DMV record look up, postage, paper, and printing costs. The Port Commission has opted to not charge ancillary fees for toll invoices issued during the pilot project for crossings between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. due to the small number of cash-paying customers during this period and the need to collect accurate traffic and toll data. Toll amounts are calculated based on the vehicle type and number of axles.