Trenton–Morrisville Toll Bridge

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Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge
Trenton-Morrisville Toll Bridge NB.JPG
Northbound across the bridge
Coordinates 40°12′33″N 74°46′04″W / 40.2092°N 74.7677°W / 40.2092; -74.7677Coordinates: 40°12′33″N 74°46′04″W / 40.2092°N 74.7677°W / 40.2092; -74.7677
Carries 6 lanes of US 1
Crosses Delaware River
Locale Morrisville, Pennsylvania and Trenton, New Jersey
Maintained by Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission
Total length 403.56 meters (1,324 feet)
Width 18.90 meters (62 feet)
Opened 1952
Toll $1.00 (Southbound) (E-ZPass)

The Trenton–Morrisville Toll Bridge is one of three road bridges connecting Trenton, New Jersey with Morrisville, Pennsylvania. Opened in 1952, it carries U.S. Route 1 (US 1) and is owned and operated by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. This bridge's toll plaza was originally configured to collect tolls from both the northbound and southbound travel lanes. Today, tolls are collected only from vehicles travelling southbound (entering Pennsylvania/leaving New Jersey).

The Trenton–Morrisville Toll Bridge recently underwent renovation work to expand and rehabilitate the Trenton–Morrisville Toll Bridge and auxiliary structures. Improvements include the addition of a third northbound lane on the main bridge, installing a new soundwall along Northbound US 1 in Pennsylvania as well as lengthening deceleration lanes. This $67 million project was designed by the Louis Berger Group and awarded to Conti Enterprises Incorporated, and concluded in 2009.[1]

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