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

Toll Bridges 2017 2018 2019 2020 COVID-19 pandemic – PA issues non-life-sustaining business closures on 3/19 and Stay-at-Home orders 3/23. NJ announces Stay-at-Home order and non-essential business closure 3/21 2021 Toll adjustment at eight toll bridges begins April 11
Milford-Montague (Rt. 206) 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 7,300
Delaware Water Gap (1-80) 52,300 51,000 51,300 44,100 49,300
Portland-Columbia 7,700 7,600 7,800 6,400 6,800
Easton-Phillipsburg (Rt. 22) 35,700 35,800 35,800 30,300 33,300
I-78 67,600 Various travel restrictions for the I-78 Bridges & Approach Slabs Rehabilitation Project September into December 2017 65,600 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 62,800
New Hope-Lambertville (Rt. 202) 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 10,000
Scudder Falls Toll Bridge (I-295) N/A Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project construction began in May 2017 N/A Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project construction began in May 2017 20,800 First new bridge span opened PA-bound only approximately 11 p.m. July 9.  NJ-bound traffic shifted to new bridge approximately 7 p.m. July 26. Tolling began 7/14/19 – Daily average of 44,500 vehicles over ensuing 171 days in 2019 30,300 Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project construction began in May 2017. One completed span carries traffic in both directions 34,300 Scudder Falls Bridge Replacement Project construction began in May 2017
Trenton-Morrisville Trenton (Rt. 1) 61,600 61,100 62,000 47,400 52,600
TOTAL – TOLL BRIDGES 245,000 240,400 264,200 227,700 256,600
Toll-Supported Bridges 2017 2018 2019  2020 2021
Riverton-Belvidere 5,000 4,900 5,100 4,500 4,800
Northampton Street (“free bridge”) 18,700 17,100 16,900 15,100 16,500
Riegelsville 3,300 3,200 3,200 2,800 3,100
Upper Black Eddy Milford 3,600 3,500 3,500 3,200 3,400
Uhlerstown Frenchtown 4,400 4,800 5,400 3,900 4,500
Centre Bridge-Stockton 4,600 4,600 5,000 4,500 4,300
New Hope-Lambertville 12,900 13,300 12,600 10,300 12,200
Washington Crossing 6,000 6,000 7,300 5,600 6,400
Scudder Falls Bridge (I-295) 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 First span of replacement toll bridge opens to traffic in PA-bound direction only overnight July 9.  Crossing operated without tolls 194 days in 2019 with daily average of 49,900 vehicles during that period.  Old bridge fully removed from service on night of July 26 with shift of NJ-bound trafic to first completed replacement span  N/A N/A
Calhoun Street 16,500 15,900 15,400 13,200 15,200
Lower Trenton (“Trenton Makes”) 15,300 15,000 15,500 14,200 16,100
TOTAL – TOLL-SUPPORTED BRIDGES 149,000 141,000 116,400 77,300 86,500
TOTAL COMMISSION-WIDE
ANNUAL AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC
394,000 381,400  380,600 305,000 343.100
TOTAL COMMISSION-WIDE YEARLY TRAFFIC 143.8 M 139.2 M  138.9 M 111.6 M 125.2 M