RiverLink is the toll system in Louisville, KY and Southern Indiana. 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. More Details About Tolled Bridges
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Transforming Our Region
Building the bridges and rebuilding Spaghetti Junction benefits everyone in the region – even those who never use the bridges. Of course, the major benefit is safer travel through what has historically been some of the most accident-prone areas on either side of the river. The bridges also create new opportunities for industrial, commercial, retail and residential development. Infrastructure improvements make us more competitive in attracting businesses and lead to more jobs and a stronger economy. A study for the Indiana Finance Authority projected the Bridges Project would have an economic impact of more than $87 billion and lead to 15,000 new jobs over 30 years.
Improving Spaghetti Junction
A Historic Project
Tolling Made This Unprecedented Joint Effort Possible
Funding a project of this scale took an unprecedented joint effort between Indiana and Kentucky, plus support from the Federal Highway Administration. But even those efforts fell short of the projected $2.3 billion cost. To move the project forward, leaders of both states and FHWA agreed that toll revenue would be used to fill the gap between project costs and traditional sources of transportation funding. Learn More About Project History
Toll Revenue and Disbursement as of Dec. 31, 2018
Toll revenue is used to meet financial obligations of the project and for operations and maintenance of the project area.
The Annual Progress Report summarizes 2018 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 to help...read more
MORE GROWTH AND IMPROVEMENTS IN SECOND YEAR OF TOLLING Crossings and prepaid accounts increase, and new services offered LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Feb. 6, 2019) – The second year of RiverLink tolling saw more drivers with prepaid accounts and transponders, more...read more
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...read more