7 FREE Spring Weekends Announced
What better way to enjoy the weekend than by saving money? The SNJB is springing for free weekend trips across the Elizabeth River to I-464 and points east beginning Saturday, March 19, 2016. The free travel period is valid until midnight on Sunday, March 20th for all eastbound traffic. Westbound traffic traveling to Portsmouth is billed at the standard travel rates based on the method of payment (E-ZPass, Pay-by-Plate or Pay-by-Invoice).
The travel period begins at 12:01 am on Saturdays and continues through midnight on Sundays. The offer repeats over Easter and each weekend in April, expiring on Sunday, May 1, 2016. Seven toll-free weekends for travel into Chesapeake include:
- Saturday, March 19 - Sunday, March 20
- Saturday, March 26 - Sunday, March 27 (Easter)
- Saturday, April 2 - Sunday, April 3
- Saturday, April 9 - Sunday, April 10
- Saturday, April 16 - Sunday, April 17
- Saturday, April 23 - Sunday, April 24
- Saturday, April 30 - Sunday, May 1
2nd Annual Commuters Care Food Drive: February 2016
EXTENDED: Donations accepted through Friday, March 5, 2016 --thanks for your support!
This February, the SNJB is again hosting the Commuters Care Food Drive. Every donation of five (5) canned or non-perishable food items at the SNJB Operations Office is rewarded with a $10.00 Virginia E-ZPass Reload Card. The Reload Card funds can be added to any existing or new Virginia E-ZPass account and used to travel on any toll facility in Hampton Roads and in 14 other states from North Carolina to Maine. All food donations benefit Oasis Social Ministry.A maximum of two (2) Reload Cards may be received by a single customer, and a limited supply of cards are available.
Donations are accepted on weekdays from 9 am to Noon at the SNJB Operations Office:
3815 Bainbridge Boulevard
Chesapeake, VA 23324
SNJB Billing Cycle & Payments
The South Norfolk Jordan Bridge is the commonwealth's first all-electronic tolling facility. Designed without toll booths to eliminate stops and maximize traffic flow, the private toll bridge doesn't collect cash payment at the time of travel. Instead, drivers' E-ZPass accounts are electronically debited for the appropriate toll, or an invoice is mailed to the vehicle's registered owner approximately 30 days after the trip(s).
Our billing cycle compiles all trips within a 30-day travel window and mails the invoice to the address provided by the DMV database services. Payment in full is expected within 30 days from the invoice date. Accounts that advance beyond the initial 30-day remittance period without payment are subject to additional administrative fees, negative credit reporting, suspension of vehicle registration privileges and possible legal action including civil penalties.