Tolling Made Easy

RiverLink is the toll system in Louisville, KY and Southern Indiana.

All-electronic tolling means no toll booths, no lines and no stopping.

 

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About RiverLink

RiverLink is the tolling system for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. Tolling is in place on the Abraham Lincoln Bridge (I-­65 North), the John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge (I-65 South) and the Lewis and Clark Bridge (SR 265/KY 841) connecting Prospect, KY and Utica, IN. 

 

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Local Transponder or E-ZPass: Which Works Best for You?

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Owe Tolls? Save Now and Later!

People who have received an invoice may qualify to have tolls owed lowered and late fees waived when they open a RiverLink prepaid account. This one-time offer is only available before a collection notice (4th notice) is generated. If you qualify, this option will appear after you look up your invoice online. 

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Updates

Open a RiverLink Prepaid Account and Start Saving

Tolls are lowered and late fees waived Drivers who owe tolls save money when they open a prepaid account.  Late fees are waived and tolls are rolled back to the lowest available rates when drivers open a prepaid account and request a transponder. The one-time...

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Resolution Passed to Update RiverLink Business Rules

Resolution Passed to Update RiverLink Business Rules Conversion offer will be extended in the coming year The Joint Board and Tolling Body met today and approved resolutions ratifying selection of a new toll services advisor (TSA) and amending business rules for...

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Annual Progress Report

The Annual Progress Report summarizes 2017 activities and accomplishments of RiverLink, the bi-state tolling system for the Ohio River Bridges Project. The Report includes an assessment of transponder usage by members of Environmental Justice (EJ) communities and will...

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