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Reminder: Tokens no longer accepted for Blue Water Bridge tolls July 1
June 24, 2022
- The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL) token redemption program for customers ends next Friday, July 1, and tokens will no longer be accepted as payment.
- The Blue Water Bridge (BWB) commuter pass program (Edge Pass Program) offers a discounted rate to BWB travelers.
- Travel restrictions continue to evolve. For information related to border crossing criteria, please reach out to the appropriate border security office.
June 24, 2022 - The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL) token redemption program for customers ends next Friday, July 1, and tokens will no longer be accepted as payment.
In 2016, the Blue Water Bridge token program was canceled, and remaining tokens purchased prior to April 1, 2016, were still accepted as payment. The FBCL announced they will cease acceptance of any remaining tokens by July 1, 2022. New customers can take advantage of the Michigan Department of Transportation's Blue Water Bridge (BWB) discounted commuter Edge Pass Program. Customers are encouraged to explore the option of the Edge commuter pass to help streamline payments at BWB tolls and ensure a reduced rate of $2.50/toll for non-commercial vehicles with no more than two axles. In addition to the discounted rate, Edge pass holders will have use of a dedicated toll lane, along with 24-hour access to their online account to manage their account balance.
As toll operations continue to evolve, use of the Edge commuter pass will ensure seamless payment at the BWB eastbound plaza. Questions regarding the Edge commuter pass can be directed to MDOT-BWB-CustomerCare@Michigan.gov.
As travel restrictions are continually updated for entry into the United States and Canada, it is important for all commuters to understand travel requirements for each border crossings. The most up to date information can be found for both U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP) and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) at the website links below, or by calling each agencies toll free number.
For questions regarding travel restrictions into the U.S., contact U.S. Customs and Border Protection or call 810-989-8800. For questions regarding travel restrictions into Canada, contact the Canada Border Services Agency or call 506-636-5064.