THE BRIDGE TOLLS SAGA

The Town of Grand Island is surrounded by the Niagara River. For residents and motorists, bridges to the North and South are the only means of traveling to or from Grand Island. Residents and motorists pay a toll each time they cross the bridges coming to, or leaving the Town. All toll revenue collected from the bridges goes to the New York State Thruway Authority. It's time for a change.

HISTORY

Find out about the history of the tolls and the results of our decades of fighting them.

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