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Effective July 1, 2014, the State of Indiana will discontinue tolls on the Wabash Bridge in Posey County, Ind. Motorists will no longer need to have a vehicle transponder or Wabash Pass account to use the bridge.
INDOT considered many factors in its evaluation, such as the low volume of traffic, and the cost to maintain and operate the bridge versus the cost to continue tolling. INDOT believes this is the right decision regarding this particular bridge.
Motorists who have a Wabash Pass account with a positive account balance after July 1 will receive full refunds.
INDOT will continue collection efforts for those who are now in collection or who owe tolls accrued prior to July 1. Bridge users who have an outstanding negative toll balance have until July 31 to pay accrued charges. Unpaid balances will be turned over to a collection agency after that date.
Account holders can verify account balances, pay accrued charges, and confirm their mailing address for refunds by logging into their Wabash Pass accounts or calling (toll free) 1-855-Wabash1 (1-855-922-2741).
Since 1956, the Wabash Bridge has been a vital link for motorists traveling between White County, Ill., and Posey County, Ind. Our goal is to maintain this bridge as a key link for area residents who work, shop or travel in west central Illinois or southwestern Indiana.