San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge

The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, on Interstate 80, crosses the San Francisco Bay and connects San Francisco and Alameda counties It is made up of two bridge segments: a skyway structure/single anchored suspension bridge between Oakland and Yerba Buena Island for vehicles with a protected bicycle and pedestrian pathway, and a suspension span from the island to San Francisco for vehicular traffic. 

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The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) collects tolls on the seven state-owned toll bridges in the Bay Area. On these bridges, drivers can pay their tolls with either FasTrak or cash. With FasTrak, you can use special designated lanes to get you to the toll plaza faster and drive through without having to stop to pay the toll collector. Tolls are automatically deducted from your prepaid account. To pay with cash, drivers wait in line for a toll booth collector to take their payment.

Bridge Toll: Westbound on I-80

Toll Amount

  • Cash: $7.00
  • FasTrak: $7.00
  • When: MON-FRI, 5:00AM - 10:00AM and 3:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Cash: $5.00
  • FasTrak: $5.00
  • When: MON-FRI, 10:00AM - 3:00PM and 7:00PM - 5:00AM
  • Cash: $6.00
  • FasTrak: $6.00
  • When: SAT-SUN, All Hours

Carpool Discount Toll*

  • $3.00
  • MON-FRI, 5:00AM - 10:00AM and 3:00PM - 7:00PM

*In order to qualify for the carpool rate, you must meet the carpool occupancy requirements, use designated carpool lanes and pay the toll with FasTrak.


Carpool Discount Requirements

  • FasTrak Required
  • 3+ persons per vehicle
  • 2 persons in 2 seater OK
  • Motorcycles permitted
  • ILEVs permitted

Carpool Discount Toll Passage

Bicycle and Pedestrian Access

ACCESS

  • Limited Pedestrian Accessible
  • Limited Bicycle Accessible

TRANSIT

  • AC Transit
  • BART
  • WESTCAT
  • SFMTA
  • San Francisco Bay Ferry

The Eastern Span Bay Bridge Trail is now open. There is currently no bicycle and pedestrian access across the entire Bay Bridge; however, you can take your bike on transit or use the Caltrans Bike Shuttle to cross the Bay.

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