Vehicle Classifications and Tolls

All Tolls are Round Trip

Tolls are set by reference and are current until replaced. These are the rates set on 10/1/2015

Best Interest Finding – Toll Increase July 1, 2015 PDF document (1 Mb)

Toll Schedule PDF document (21KB)
Toll Schedule, Excel Version Excel document (46 KB)

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VEHICLE
CLASS
VEHICLE TYPE AND DESCRIPTION SINGLE
TICKET
BOOK
OF 10 TICKETS
BOOK
OF 30 TICKETS
SEASONAL
PASS
Class
A
  • Passenger vehicles not pulling trailersMotorcycles
  • Motorcycles pulling trailers
  • Recreational vehicles less than 28 feet long not pulling trailers
  • Trucks with a gross weight less than 12,000 pounds not pulling trailers
$13
$110 
  ($11 ea.)
$247.50
($8.25 ea.)
$605
Class
B1
  • Passenger vehicles pulling trailers, except as otherwise specified *
  • Recreational vehicles less than 28 feet long pulling trailers, except as otherwise specified (Towed vehicles are considered as trailers) *
  • Recreational vehicles 28 feet or greater not pulling trailers
  • Trucks with a gross weight less than 12,000 pounds pulling trailers *

* Note: Trailers in this class cannot be more than 8.5 feet wide, or 14 feet high, the total combined length cannot be more than 75 feet

$22
$192.50
($19.25 ea.)
$495 
($16.50 ea.)
$990
Class
B2
  • Passenger and recreational vehicles pulling trailers hauling boats more than 8.5 feet wide but not more than 10 feet wide, not more than 14 feet high, the total combined length cannot be more than 75 feet, possessing a permit and displaying all markers required by the permit *
  • Recreational vehicles 28 feet or greater pulling trailers
  • Vans and buses designed to carry more than nine but fewer 30 people including the driver
  • Trucks with a gross weight 12,000 pounds or more, no more than three axles, not pulling trailers
  • Trucks with a gross vehicle weight 12,000 pounds or more, no more than two axles, pulling trailers, excluding truck-tractors pulling trailers

* Copies of permits must be provided to the tunnel operator before access will be granted

$38
$330
($33 ea.)
$825 
($27.50 ea.)
-
Class
C
  • Buses designed to carry 30 or more people including the driver
$137
$1,265 
   ($126.50 ea.)
$2,970
($99 ea.)
-
Class
D
  • Trucks with a gross vehicle weight 12,000 pounds or more, four or more axles, not pulling trailers
  • Trucks with a gross vehicle weight 12,000 pounds or more, three or more axles, pulling trailers
  • Truck-tractor and trailer combinations
  • Motor vehicles, including any trailer with any load, more than 8.5 feet wide, excluding mirrors, but not more than 10 feet wide, not more than 14 feet high, the total combined length cannot be more than 75 feet, except as specified in Class B2. Vehicles must possess a permit and display all markers as required by the permit *
  • Motor vehicles not otherwise classified in this section and not prohibited by 17 AAC 38.035

*Copies of permits must be provided to the tunnel operator before access will be granted

$137
$1,265
 ($126.50 ea.)
$2,970
 ($99 ea.)
-
Class
E
  • Motor vehicles, including any trailer and any load, more than 10 feet wide, excluding mirrors, but not more than 11 feet wide, more than 14 feet high, but not more than 15 feet high *

* Copies of permits must be provided to the tunnel operator before access will be granted

$330
-
-
-
Class
F
Toll Exempt
  • Alaska Railroad motor vehicles
  • AKDOT&PF Motor vehicles
  • Emergency vehicles
  • Law enforcement vehicles
  • Other motor vehicles as determined to be appropriate by the commissioner for the best interest of the state
-
-
-
-
Class
G
Gov't Motor Vehicles
  • Government agency owned or operated vehicles
  • School district own or operated vehicles
  • School buses under contract with a school district
  • Other motor vehicles as determined to be appropriate by the Commissioner for the best interest of the state
$11
$110
($11 ea.)
$247.50
($8.25 ea.)
-

 

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