The Thousand Islands Bridge is not a single bridge, but rather a series of five bridges that span the St. Lawrence River. The southern end of the bridge connects with U.S. Interstate 81, while the northern end of the bridge connects to Canadian Highway 401 via Highway 137. There is also an interchange with the Thousand Islands Parkway on the Ontario side.
Our Thousand Islands Bridge border crossing information page has complete information about this border crossing, including current traffic information.
Thousand Islands Bridge Toll Details
- You may pay your bridge toll with U.S. or Canadian dollars, credit card, or E-ZPass.
- The bridge also has a Trip Tags discount program which allows you to purchase a block of trips at a discount. The tags are similar to E-ZPasses and also go on the windshield of your vehicle.
- All of the bridges carry two lanes of traffic – one in each direction.
- There are pedestrian walkways on both ends of the bridge which are open during daylight hours. The walkways close during the winter months.
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Toll Rate Classification Schedule U.S. and Canadian Toll Plaza
Effective: April 1st, 2021
The Classification Schedule is to reflect a new currency rate of exchange.
Source: Thousand Islands Bridge Authority
Contact information for the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority
The bridge is managed by the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority
43530 Interstate 81, Collins Landing
Alexandria Bay, New York 13607
E: [email protected]
Office Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday
PO Box 10
Lansdowne, Ontario Canada K0E ILO