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INDOT > About INDOT > Central Office > Welcome to the Vincennes District > Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge


Intelligent CompactionWabash Pass and the Indiana Department of Transportation are cracking down on motorists who use the bridge without a toll payment account, or who have an unfunded account with existing toll violations.

The Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge requires tolls to be prepaid. Collected tolls are utilized for continued bridge maintenance and eventual bridge replacement.

It is a violation of state law to cross a toll bridge without paying tolls. Toll violators will receive a Violation Notice letter. Violators also may face legal remedies or other action.

Motorists who use the Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge must use Wabash Pass, an electronic system that reads a vehicle transponder or tag and automatically deducts the crossing toll from the motorist’s account. Motorists that choose not to install a transponder shall be subject to higher costs which may include – but are not limited to – plate lookup fees, statement, and mailing fees.

Please log in to access and manage your Wabash Pass account. If this is the first time you have visited our new website, you will need to create a new username and password by clicking on 'Existing Tag holders setup online access' link on the Wabash Pass  home page.

You may also call toll free 1-855-Wabash1 (1-855-922-2741) between 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Central Time, Monday-Friday to manage your account. See the Frequently Asked Questions document about the Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge.

Since 1956, the Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge has been a vital link for motorists traveling between White County, Ill., and Posey County, Ind. With your assistance, this bridge will continue to be operated, maintained and preserved as an important element of the local and regional transportation infrastructure

Wabash Pass

Tolls for the Wabash Memorial Toll Bridge are collected through an electronic toll system called Wabash Pass. Bridge users are required to set up pre-paid Wabash Pass accounts for each vehicle that crosses the bridge by visiting Wabash Pass. Each account holder, whether individual or commercial, is issued a vehicle transponders for each vehicle listed on the account.
The electronic toll system works by reading windshield-mounted transponder tags issued to account holders. The information from the transponder is compared with outputs from a variety of sensors built into the toll zone that determine what type of vehicle is present. Once the toll system verifies that a patron vehicle has passed through the toll zone, the toll for that crossing is debited from their account.

Toll Structure

Toll Structure

Class 1 Passenger car or pickup truck $0.50
Class 2 Two axle truck or bus with dual wheels $0.70
Class 3 Three axle truck or bus $0.95
Class 4 Four axle truck $1.20
Class 5 Five axle truck $1.45
Class 6 six axle truck $1.70
Class 7 Passenger car or pickup with one axle trailer $0.75
Class 8 Passenger car or pickup with two axle trailer $1.00
Class 9 Non-revenue $0
Class 10 Auto or pickup with three axle trailer $1.25
Class 11 Motorcycle/Bicycles $0.30
Class 12 Motorcycle with one axle trailer $0.55

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