Henry Hudson Bridge goes cashless
NEW YORK CITY -- You won't have to search your pockets for change to cross one of New York City's bridges from now on. No cash tolls are now in place at the Henry Hudson Bridge, which connects the Bronx with Manhattan.
Drivers can pay with EZ pass, or their license will be photographed and the driver will get a bill in the mail. The toll is $2.20 with EZ pass and $4 without EZ pass. The bridge averages 65,000 vehicles every day. It is the first of the MTA bridges and tunnels to go cashless.