At the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward, prepaid toll accounts are configured electronically to help you pay your toll quickly and efficiently. This service is ideal for those traveling on business with commercial vehicles. Tolls are automatically deducted from your account as soon as you pass through the toll lane.
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Benefits of Using a Prepaid Toll Account at the Blue Water Bridge
Open a prepaid commercial toll account today and take advantage of these benefits:
- Slash wait times to pay toll fees
- Easily make online payments
- Receive monthly detailed statements and receipts
- Avoid paying with cash
- No additional service fees
- And, best of all, save on tolls!
Enjoy the convenience of logging into your prepaid account online to add funds to your card, check your current balance, and view your transaction history. Save by completing your application for a prepaid toll account online now!
Get the flexibility of a prepaid online account to add funds to your card, check your current balance, and view your transaction history. Save Now by Completing Your Application to Open a Prepaid Online Account at Blue Water Bridge
For rate reduction options at the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge, the Thousand Islands Bridge in Lansdowne or the Seaway International Bridge in Cornwall, select the corresponding Tolls & Traffic link above.
We take pride in ensuring our international bridges are safe and efficient for all users. We consistently provide the highest level of stewardship to achieve this goal. Check out our bridges for more information on the latest enhancement projects.
FBCL has established a vision, mission and 5 key pillars to help define the framework for the corporation’s strategic direction.
Striving to optimize the safety, security, sustainability and capacity of bridge operations to the benefit of Canada while serving the traveling public with efficiency and respect.
FBCL is a Crown corporation responsible for the oversight of Canadian federal interests in four selected international bridge crossings between Canada and the United States.