Travel Across The Outerbridge? PASI Might Be For You

If you travel across the Bayonne Bridge, Goethals Bridge, or Outerbridge Crossing, enrollment inthe Port Authority NY/NJ Staten Island Bridges Plan is a great way for you to save money.

The E-ZPass toll is just $6.25 per trip (plus $9.50 for each additional axle beyond two axles) at the Bayonne Bridge, Goethals Bridge, and Outerbridge Crossing, provided you make at least three Staten Island-bound trips in a calendar month that are not already discounted by another Port Authority Plan.
All E-ZPass tags on the account count towards the three trip minimum requirement, so multiple-driver households have an easy way to save.

If one or two trips are made across the Bayonne Bridge, Goethals Bridge, or Outerbridge Crossing in a calendar month, the toll for those trips will be posted to your account at the E-ZPass toll rate, based on the time the trip was made (currently $10.50 during off-peak hours and $12.50 during peak hours).

To add the NY/NJ Staten Island Bridges Plan (Plan Code: PASI) or to open an E-ZPass account, contact the E-ZPass Customer Service Center:

E-ZPass New York Customer Service


E-ZPass New Jersey Customer Service


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  1. No more carpool.
    Just to clarify, you should sign up in case you ever have 3 trips per month. In a month where you drive less than 3, you will be charged the full rate.
    Additionally, don’t speed through the toll or your ex pass will be revoked. The speed limit is 45mph. If you go over 55 you will get 2 warnings and than lose your ezpass. Unfortunately I know this from experience…

  2. So…. There is no cost to sign up but once you sign up “If” you make three trips or more you get the discount? Please clarify because that’s a no brainer…

  3. To “just to clarify”
    That is correct. It is a no brainer to sign up. It costs nothing, and you only gain if you take 3 trips.
    It makes no difference whether it’s NJ or NY ezpass. Of course everyone should sign up for ny ezpass since then you get the Verrazano discount.

  4. The one thing that everyone is missing, is that this is for New York EZ pass only, or so it seems.

    If you are from New Jersey, you are up blank creek without a paddle!

  5. Are there any other benefits or discounts for having a New Jersey issued E-Z Pass tag? I would just double check on that to make a fully informed decision before ditching the NJ tag for a NY tag…

  6. why is there no outcry re the removal of car pool discount? Isn’t governor Murphy committed to reducing climate change and carbon emissions? That’s the idea behind car pool. And doesn’t it disproportionately affect lower income families (those with lots of children etc..)?

    There has got to be another way to offer this discount while still eliminating tool booths which are costly. More noise should be made

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