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Register your vehicle now for electronic tolling on the Golden Ears Bridge

Just in case you haven’t heard, the Golden Ears Bridge opened up its Quickpass Customer Service Centre last week, and will now be taking registration for the electronic tolling system.

You can get your vehicle registered through a variety of methods:

  • online at*
  • call 604-460-5050, or call toll-free at 1-877-299-0599*
  • or visit the Quickpass customer service centre in Pitt Meadows (12167 Harris Road) or Langley (12-8948 202nd Street).

*If you call or register online for a transponder, it will be mailed to you.

You can also pick one of three ways to register your vehicle for the Quickpass tolling system:

  1. Lease a Quickpass transponder and save 30% of the standard toll rate. (Transponders are $1 a month plus a $10 refundable deposit.)
  2. Register as a Quickpass video customer and save 15% of the standard toll rate. (You won’t carry a transponder this way.)
  3. Pay as you go and pay the standard toll rate.

For more on the tolling system, check the Quickpass registration site, or have a read through a Quickpass article I wrote in Oct. 2008.


  • By David, April 24, 2009 @ 12:54 pm


    When is the bridge actually opening? A while back a Maple Ridge newspaper said there was going to be a pedestrian-only event on June 14, but I’ve seen nothing from TransLink or the mainstream press.

    More recently the TransLink website said it was opening in May.

    Will there still be a chance to walk the new bridge before it opens to traffic and if so when?

  • By Jhenifer Pabillano, April 24, 2009 @ 1:11 pm

    Well, I posted on the blog about the June 14 event. As far as I know, no official date has been set for the opening yet.

    I’ll see what I can find out re: walking the new bridge before it opens.

  • By Jhenifer Pabillano, April 27, 2009 @ 9:06 am

    Okay – here’s the answer from the Golden Ears Bridge team:

    TransLink will be hosting a community event on the bridge on June 14th, to celebrate the completion of the Golden Ears Bridge. It will be a pedestrian-only, day-long event, with lots of activities and entertainment for the whole family. Details of the day are still being worked out, and will be announced soon, but it certainly promises to be a memorable community-focused celebration.

    The date that the Golden Ears Bridge will actually open to traffic has not been confirmed. TransLink’s construction contractor, the Golden Crossing Constructors Joint Venture, has advised us that project construction currently is on schedule to be complete by the end of June, but the schedule can be affected by many factors, especially the weather. Once construction is complete, TransLink will aim to open the bridge to traffic as soon as possible. We’ll keep everyone posted as to the date once we know more!

    At this point, it looks like June 14th will be the only date on which you’ll be able to walk across the Golden Ears Bridge on the roadway. But once it opens to traffic, you’ll be able to walk across the Fraser River anytime, day or night, on the wide sidewalks that will be on both the east and west sides of the bridge. The bridge is even going to be the new route for this stretch of the Trans Canada Trail!

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