The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission tracks traffic volumes in both directions at its 18 vehicular bridges. The traffic counts enable the agency to make data-driven decisions related to budgeting, maintenance, and long-term capital improvements.
Annual Average Daily Traffic
|Milford-Montague (Rt. 206)||6,700||7,400||7,400||7,500 This is a corrected figure - August traffic initially reported as 4,506 when it should have been 150,375. YTD total increased by 145,869||7,000|
|Delaware Water Gap (1-80)||53,500||52,300||51,000||51,300||44,100|
|Easton-Phillipsburg (Rt. 22)||34,400||35,700||35,800||35,800||30,300|
|I-78||68,100||67,600 Various travel restrictions for the I-78 Bridges & Approach Slabs Rehabilitation Project September into December 2017||65,000 Various travel restrictions -- including weekend-long single-lane patterns westbound in the spring -- for the I-78 Bridges & Approach Slabs Project March to November, 2018||66,400||53,400|
|New Hope-Lambertville (Rt. 202)||12,200||12,700||12,500 Single-lane travel in both directions for the New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge Floor System Rehabilitation from June through August||12,600||8,800|
|Scudder Falls Toll Bridge (I-295)
Tolling began 7/14/19 – Daily average of 44,500 vehicles over ensuing 171 days in 2019.
|Trenton-Morrisville Trenton (Rt. 1)||58,600||61,600||61,100||62,000||47,400|
|TOTAL – TOLL BRIDGES||241,500||245,000||240,400||264,200||227,700|
|Northampton Street (“free bridge”)||19,300||18,700||17,100||16,900||15,100|
|Upper Black Eddy Milford||3,700||3,600||3,500||3,500||3,200|
|Scudder Falls Bridge (I-295)
First span of replacement toll bridge opened to traffic in PA-bound direction only overnight July 9, 2019; toll collections started July 14, 2019. Crossing operated without tolls 194 days in 2019 with daily of 49,900 vehicles during that period.
|60,300||58,700 Various Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project travel restrictions started in June 2017, continuing through 2021||52,700 Various Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project travel restrictions throughout the year; continuing through 2021||26,500||–|
|Lower Trenton (“Trenton Makes”)||14,900||15,300||15,000||15,500||14,200|
|TOTAL – TOLL-SUPPORTED BRIDGES||153,300||149,000||141,000||116,400||77,300|
ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC
|TOTAL COMMISSION-WIDE YEARLY TRAFFIC||144.5 M||143.8 M||139.2 M||138.9 M||111.6 M|