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RiverLink is all-electronic tolling. That means no toll booths, no coin machines, no lines and no stopping.

 

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Owe Tolls? Save Now and Later!

Have tolls owed lowered to transponder rates — and have late fees waived — when you open a RiverLink prepaid account online or by phone. This one-time offer is only available before a collection notice (4th notice) is received.

Plus, with our 24/7 online self-service, there is no need to speak to a customer service representative. All you need is your invoice, license plate and a credit card.

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Tap this link, scroll to the “Invoices and Payment Plans” section, then enter your invoice number and license plate:
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Start Saving Now

Click this link, go to the “Invoices and Payment Plans” section, then enter your invoice number and license plate.

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About RiverLink

RiverLink is the tolling system for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. The project includes the new Abraham Lincoln Bridge in downtown Louisville (I­-65), the revamping of the existing Kennedy Bridge in downtown Louisville (also I­-65), a new Lewis and Clark Bridge connecting the extension of the Snyder Freeway (I­-265) with Southern Indiana (state road 265) and the rebuilding of the I­-65, I­-64 and I­-71 interchanges. View non-tolled alternatives.

See How It Works

Sensors and video cameras are placed on the tolled bridges. Drivers have the choice of using a transponder or having the system capture a photo of their license plate. Those who use a transponder and have a positive account balance receive the lowest rates. Learn more about how it works.

Tolling Equipment

Transponders

Tolling Options and Rates

1. Transponder

A transponder is an electronic device that typically is placed inside the front windshield of your vehicle. There are two types of RiverLink transponders. One type is a RiverLink local transponder that works only on the local tolled bridges within the Greater Louisville/Southern Indiana Metro area. Your first local tag per vehicle is free.

2. Registered Plate Capture

Those choosing not to use a transponder may open a prepaid account and register their license plate with the system. With each crossing, cameras will recognize the license plate and automatically deduct the proper toll from the account.

3. Unregistered Plate Capture

The third option requires no preregistration. Each vehicle’s license plate is photographed and the owner is sent an invoice in the mail. This method has the highest tolls as administrative costs are highest.

For passenger vehicles with roof top luggage, accessories, and/or cargo, if the height exceeds 7 ½ feet, you will be charged as a medium vehicle, $5.00 if you have a transponder. View more information on RiverLink tolling rates. Vehicles may be re-classified to a higher rate due to the height of cargo or due to pulling a trailer. These crossings do not qualify for the Frequent User Discount.

Updates

Tolling Body Supports Pay-By-Plate Option

Other improvements planned for RiverLink The Joint Board and Tolling Body met today and approved amendments to bylaws and amended business rules for RiverLink, the all-electronic tolling system for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. The Joint...

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Steady Crossings, Drivers Save with RiverLink Accounts

Millions could be saved by opening prepaid accounts The third quarter of tolling on three bridges connecting Louisville and Southern Indiana saw a steady number of crossings, but no significant growth in the number of drivers using transponders to cross the tolled...

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First Vehicle Registration Holds Expected Next Week

Thousands of drivers in Indiana and Kentucky have paid tolls owed to the two states, via RiverLink, and will avoid having a hold placed on their vehicle registration. A registration hold is placed when a toll is not paid after repeated notices. The first holds are...

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