Nassau County Bridge Authority


Mission Statement: The primary goal of the Nassau County Bridge Authority is to efficiently operate and thoroughly maintain the Atlantic Beach Bridge for safe and secure passage for its users.

If you’re looking for information on another bridge or toll road in New York State, we suggest the following links:

Organization Bridges & Roads They Operate

New York State Thruway Authority

New York State Thruway

Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge

Castleton Bridge (Berkshire Connector)

Grand Island Bridge

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

(MTA Bridges & Tunnels, formerly the Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority)

Henry Hudson Bridge

Whitestone Bridge

Robert F. Kennedy Bridge

Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge

Bronx-Whitestone Bridge

Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge

Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge

Hugh L. Carey Tunnel

Queens Midtown Tunnel

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

George Washington Bridge

Lincoln Tunnel

Holland Tunnel

Bayonne Bridge

Goethals Bridge

Outerbridge Crossing

New York State Department of Transportation

I-84 (other than Newburgh-Beacon Bridge)

Other state highways

New York City Department of Transportation

Brooklyn Bridge

Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge

Manhattan Bridge

Williamsburg Bridge

Nassau County Bridge Authority Atlantic Beach Bridge

Thousand Islands Bridge Authority

Thousand Islands Bridge

Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority

Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge

Seaway International Bridge Corporation

Seaway International Bridge

(formerly the Cornwall-Massena International Bridge)

Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority


Peace Bridge

Niagara Falls Bridge Commission


Rainbow Bridge

Whirlpool Rapids Bridge

Lewiston-Queenston Bridge

New York State Bridge Authority

Bear Mountain Bridge

Newburgh-Beacon Bridge

Mid-Hudson Bridge

Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge

Rip Van Winkle Bridge


Tolls by Mail New York

Many toll roads and bridges in New York State have recently converted to cashless tolling. All vehicles drive under a tolling gantry without needing to stop, bringing benefits of less engine idling and fewer accidents in the toll plaza.

Drivers with an E-ZPass simply have their toll paid through their E-ZPass account and often experienced reduced rates.

For those drivers without an E-ZPass, a picture of your car’s license plate will be taken and a Tolls by Mail bill will be mailed to the registered owner’s address. Please be sure to keep your car’s records up-to-date with the DMV.

If you received a Tolls by Mail bill, you can pay for it here. Please note you can also pay for your tolls in advance on this website.

To take advantage of the best savings and convenience while driving, click here and sign up for E-ZPass today!