Convenient payment options
As the driver of an unregistered vehicle - perhaps as a visitor, or someone who only makes occasional trips across the Port Mann Bridge - paying for your tolls is straightforward, thanks to easy payment options. All you need is either your licence plate number or a copy of your invoice.
Here are some simple ways you can pay with TReO:
|Easy Ways to Pay|
|Online||Pay online before or after you travel across the Port Mann Bridge. All you need is your licence plate or invoice. Once complete, a receipt will be generated for printing or emailing and should be kept as your proof of payment.
|Bank Account||Pay through your bank account online. Just reference the account number found on your invoice. Please allow up to 5 business days for processing.|
|In Person||Pay at our TReO Customer Service Centre in Coquitlam. An agent will provide you with a receipt as your proof of payment.|
|By Phone||Pay by calling the TReO Customer Service Centre at 604-516-TREO (8736) or toll free at 1-855-888-8736. A receipt can be emailed or faxed to you when requested at time of payment.|
|Rental Car Company||Most rental car agencies allow drivers to pay their Port Mann Bridge tolls directly to TReO and to provide a receipt or proof of payment when they return the vehicle. It's important to recognize that every rental car agency is different. Drivers are encouraged to review the terms and conditions of their rental car agreement, or specifically ask their rental agency about additional fees and how to provide proof of toll payment.|
|By Mail||Pay by mailing a cheque along with the invoice stub to:
TReO Port Mann
Please allow 7 to 10 business days for processing if you pay by cheque.
Avoid Paying a Licence Plate Processing Fee
Remember, if your vehicle is unregistered and you receive an invoice in the mail, you will incur a $2.30 licence plate processing fee per trip across the Port Mann Bridge. You can avoid this by making sure your past tolls are paid and by making a one time payment within 7 days of your most recent Port Mann Bridge crossing.