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New Tolling System at Ambassador Bridge for Canadian Bound Rigs

April 11, 2014

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The Ambassador Bridge is implementing its non-stop tolling system, known as APASS, for all commercial traffic going into Canada, according to the Ontario Trucking Association.

When coming on to the U.S. Plaza from the U.S. Expressways, commercial vehicles must stay to the right side of the plaza and use the far right entrance. Commercial vehicles can no longer be processed using the left entrance or toll lanes on the north side of the plaza.

This technology is currently being used for all commercial traffic heading into the United States from Canada. This will eliminate any stopping of commercial vehicles to pay toll and continue to allow the Ambassador Bridge to be more efficient, according to bridge officials.

New signage has been placed on the U.S. plaza entrance showing trucks are to stay right and cars are to stay left when coming off the expressways.

Questions regarding this change can be directed to How_are_we_doing@ambassadorbridge.com.

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