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Confederation Bridge tolls to increase in January

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. -- Truckers can expect to pay more to cross the Confederation Bridge, beginning in January.


CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Truckers can expect to pay more to cross the Confederation Bridge, beginning in January.

Round-trip toll rates are slated to go up 50 cents for a two-axle vehicle (to $45) and an additional 25 cents per axle (to $7.50).

The toll increases were announced this week in accordance with the bridge operating authority’s agreement with the federal government. The new rates take effect Jan. 1.


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1 Comment » for Confederation Bridge tolls to increase in January
  1. tony godsoe says:

    Every year you can set your watch by it. Here in the maritime provinces every essential commodity that people need GOES UP. Everything except the wages. Is it any wonder over 5000 left Nova Scotia last year and is it any wonder young people are leaving by the droves. No jobs no opportunity. no money nothing but hard times and getting worse throughout the maritime s. The politicians live extremely well, ans all of them have passes for the bridge paid for by the taxpayer. Have you bought groceries lately or tried to heat your home. Food banks are on the increase working couples and seniors going to food banks just to eat. A great place we live in Merry Christmas.

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