Indiana and Kentucky transportation officials are releasing recommendations for the vehicle classification system for RiverLink, the new, all-electronic tolling system making the Louisville – Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges project possible.
Transportation and finance leaders from both states are scheduled to meet May 11 to vote on the recommendations and other measures that make up tolling policy and business rules.
Check the links to news coverage on the RiverLink all-electronic toll system, featuring information on how to use the system, transponder types, toll rates and more.
Check the links to news coverage on the series of public open houses held in Kentucky and Indiana to inform people about the benefits of the new bridges and how they can travel them in the most affordable way possible.
Check the news coverage about RiverLink’s major sponsorship of the Kentucky Derby Festival.
Tolling isn’t expected to begin until late this year, but now is the time for residents to learn more about RiverLink. RiverLink is the new, all-‐electronic tolling system making the Louisville – Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project possible.
RiverLink open house events are planned for most Tuesdays and Thursdays in February and March, beginning Thursday, February 4.
Check out the recent news coverage of RiverLink
First Public Briefing on New Tolling System. Toll System Brand to be Unveiled