INDIANAPOLIS -- If you travel over the Ohio River to get to Louisville, It's going to cost you a little more starting this weekend.
RiverLink is raising the toll fees 2.5 percent starting July 1. It may not seem like a big jump, but with the number of cars that cross the bridge every day it will add up fast.
New toll rates range from $2.05-$12.30, depending on the size of the vehicle.
Tolling is in place on the Interstate 65 bridges connecting Indiana to Kentucky, including the SR 265 Lewis and Clark Bridge, the I-65 Abraham Lincoln Bridge and the I-65 Kennedy Bridge.
INDOT uses RiverLink to handle the tolling process. RiverLink is an all-electronic tolling system, meaning there aren't lines of people stopping to pay tolls.
If you have a RiverLink account with money in it, and a transponder, the money will be automatically deducted from your account. If you don't, you'll get a bill in the mail with your toll.
INDOT warns that drivers who don't pay their tolls will be charged a penalty and may face restrictions on future vehicle registrations.
People with a RiverLink account and a transponder will also pay a lower toll cost.
For more information on RiverLink, visit RiverLink.com.
The I-64 and the U.S. 31 bridges across the Ohio River is not tolled.
The following are the toll rates for vehicles broken down by payment method:
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