Are there any toll roads in Canada?
Yes, there are a number of toll roads and bridges in Canada. If you are planning on travelling in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island you may be required to pay a toll on certain roads. Here is a list of some of the main toll roads in the country:
- Autoroute 30, Quebec
- A25 Bridge (north of Montreal)
- Confederation Bridge (linking New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island)
- Rainbow Bridge, Queenston-Lewiston Bridge and Whirlpool Rapids Bridge, Ontario (Niagara Falls border crossings)
- Border crossings including the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge, Thousand Islands Bridge, Three Nations Crossing and more
- Ontario Highways 407 and 412
- Cobequid Pass, Nova Scotia
- The MacKay and Macdonald toll bridges in Halifax
How to pay tolls in Canada
Generally, you can pay for toll roads in Canada online, or over the phone. You can commonly pay with Visa, Mastercard or American Express. You will also have to pay a toll for each border crossing into the United States and back into Canada. At some border crossings you may be able to pay in cash for the toll.