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 conversion offer is only available to drivers who have not reached collection status (fourth toll notice). Customer service representatives can assist, but the conversion offer is also available online in a few easy steps.

Drivers can open an account and begin saving money in a few easy steps:

  1. Go to RiverLink.com and click the Pay Invoice button
  2. Enter invoice number and license plate number
  3. Click “I want to save money”
  4. Savings are calculated based on reduced toll rates and waived fees
  5. Click Proceed with Account Conversion
  6. Follow the instructions to finish setting up a RiverLink prepaid account

RiverLink local transponders are free (one per registered vehicle) and RiverLink E-ZPass transponders are $15 each.  Requested transponders are mailed to drivers, free of charge. The savings begin as soon as an account is set up as drivers wait for their transponders to arrive. Transponders are typically received in about ten days.

It’s important for account holders to remember they must maintain a positive account balance to always pay the lowest toll rates.  If an account reaches a negative balance, higher toll rates are charged and an invoice is mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle.

The easiest way to always have an account in good standing is by choosing auto-replenishment and linking the account to a valid payment method. Find more information on transponders here.