Welcome to Vancouver!
Are you and your family driving up to Whistler Mountain Resort for a ski vacation? Are you going for a hike on Vancouver's North Shore? Maybe you're travelling to downtown Vancouver to do some shopping.
No matter why you're driving to Vancouver, the Port Mann Bridge is guaranteed to get you there faster.
Highway #1 is a major route in British Columbia, connecting Vancouver to the Okanagan Valley and beyond. Linking Washington State and the Lower Mainland with Vancouver and Whistler, the Port Mann Bridge offers you a fast, safe, and reliable drive over the Fraser River.
Paying for Tolls
TReO, the open road tolling system on the Port Mann Bridge, means no stopping at a booth to pay your tolls. Visitors can register for a free online TReO account, or if they don't have an account, they can simply type in their licence plate number and make a one time payment online.
If you pay within seven days, you'll be paying the lowest rate.
If you'd prefer to pay in person, there are two customer service centres on either side of the bridge. We've also partnered with PayByPhone, so if you use the parking app on your smart phone, you can pay for your crossing right through the app!
Have you rented a vehicle for your visit? If you cross the Port Mann Bridge in a rental vehicle, the easiest way to pay for your crossing is by making a one time payment online. Make sure to email yourself a receipt so you can provide proof of payment to your rental car company. Because all rental car company policies are different, we encourage you to review the policy regarding tolls or ask an agent when you pick up your vehicle.
Need help planning your B.C. road trip? Drop by a Destination British Columbia Visitor Centre for information about routes, activities, places to stay and more.
For more information on where you can find a Visitor Centre, click here.