The Mackinac Bridge Authority reserves the right to determine whether any vehicle is of unusual or unconventional design, weight, or construction. The Mackinac Bridge Authority also reserves the right to determine the crossing charge for any such vehicle of unusual or unconventional design, weight, or construction.
Passenger car, van, motorcycle, station wagon, SUV, pick-up truck, and school bus. (A van is a two-axle four tire vehicle not primarily intended for carrying cargo or commercial goods.)
All Others – $5.00 per axle
Vehicles not meeting passenger vehicle characteristics including but not limited to tractor trailers, buses, motor homes and step or cube vans.
All vehicles will be classified by the lead vehicle. Anything being towed will be charged the per axle rate of the lead vehicle with the exception of the Motor Home towing an auto, the towed auto will be charged at the auto rate.
All pre-paid toll accounts at the Mackinac Bridge are now called Mac Pass. The two different types of cards and their description are listed below.
Mac Pass Discounted Toll Cards
Discounted toll cards can be used by passenger vehicles in any lane in the direction of travel for a discounted fare. Discounted toll cards currently do not have an expiration date. You can purchase a discounted toll card for a minimum of $90, which includes a one-time $10 card purchase fee and $80 in crossing credits. The minimum amount for subsequent deposits to your account is $50. Discounted toll cards must be purchased at the customer service window in the Mackinac Bridge Authority administration building or ordered online. Subsequent deposits can be made online with credit card, at the toll booth with cash or credit card, or at the Mackinac Bridge Authority Customer Service Center using cash, check or credit card. Towing trailers is allowed with these cards but will void the discount.
Mac Pass Debit Account Program
The Mackinac Bridge Authority has a debit account program that offers greater convenience, security, and accountability to our commercial customers. It is another use of innovative technology to further our goal of improved customer service. For further information and to apply for the Mackinac Bridge’s debit account program download and review the following documents.
The Mackinac Bridge Authority provides transport services for pedestrians, bicyclists and snowmobilers who are not allowed to cross on their own. Fees are:
|Snowmobile and driver*||$15.00|
*Service available 8am-8pm
7 days a week
The Mackinac Bridge Authority has a “Drivers Assistance Program” available 24/7 for all vehicle types. The program provides drivers for motorists who are uncomfortable with driving across the Mackinac Bridge. If you are traveling northbound, pull over on the wide shoulder of I-75 located immediately after the last exit (Jamet Street) to Mackinaw City. If you have a cell phone you can call 906-643-7600 to ask for a driver or there is a phone booth near the fence at that location. Instructions for using the phone are posted in the phone box. If you are southbound, just ask a toll collector for assistance. There is no additional fee for this service. If you have questions, please call 906-643-7600.