The Lewiston-Queenston Bridge connects Interstate 190 in the town of Lewiston, New York, to King’s Highway 405 in the community of Queenston, Ontario. This bridge is a replica of the Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls.
Customs plazas are located on both ends of the bridge, but tolls are only charged when entering Canada. Traffic lanes on the bridge are reversible, and there are lights indicating the direction of traffic.
Our Lewiston-Queenston Bridge border crossing page has complete information about this border crossing, including current traffic information.
Lewiston-Queenston Bridge Details
- There is a NEXUS lane for travel into Canada, but not into the U.S.
- Pedestrians are not allowed on the bridge.
- Tolls are paid one way – when you are entering into Canada.
Current Tolls on the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge
Toll Cost & Vehicle Definitions
TOLL RATES - Effective August 1, 2022
*Note: Tolls are paid one way into Canada.
Pedestrians and bicyclists? $1.00 in both currencies
How much are overweight surcharges? (All trucks weighing more than 130,000 must clear loads in advance. See Trucker Services)
Effective: AUGUST 1, 2022
How much for over-width trucks? Special arrangements, such as closing one side of the bridge, to allow extremely wide trucks to cross, require additional charges ($525.00 US or $685.00CDN)
Where do I pay toll? Toll booths at Rainbow and Whirlpool Rapids are located as you begin to cross into Canada. At Lewiston-Queenston, the toll booth is located in Canada.
Niagara Falls Bridge Commission Contact Information
The Rainbow, Whirlpool Rapids, and Lewiston-Queenston Bridges are all managed by the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission.
U.S. Contact Information
5365 Military Rd.
Canadian Contact Information
Canada P.O. Box 395
Niagara Falls, ON.