The Humber Bridge

The Humber Bridge is a Grade 1 listed iconic structure linking Lincolnshire and Yorkshire on the A15.

The 1.4-mile long bridge was opened in 1981 to create a new, faster route between the two banks of the Humber.

It remains the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world to cycle or walk across.

The bridge is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and users can pay by cash, card or can open a HumberTAG account, to use our Open Road Toll (ORT) and cross the bridge without stopping at a toll booth, saving 10% on each journey. To open an account, it costs £15 for a deposit and a minimum £15 credit.

The HumberTAG was introduced in 2015 and now more than half of our traffic uses this system, with 45,000 accounts in operation.

Find details on this website of our tolls for different vehicles.

Have you used the Open Road Toll by mistake? Then read on:

If you have accidentally used the Open Road Toll lane without a HumberTAG, you are still able to pay your toll fee. You will need to visit where you will be able to input your vehicle registration number and search for your crossing. Please note you must start searching for your crossing from the following working day after your transit in order to avoid additional charges.

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