All traffic crossing the Humber Bridge is now directed through tag lanes to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
The Humber Bridge Board closed toll booths on Sunday to protect members of staff, key workers and those travelling for essential reasons.
The board urged all other drivers to avoid non-essential travel in line with the latest Government advice.
Standard toll charges will remain in place for those who must travel.
TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT: To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the toll booths will close from Sunday evening. All traffic will be directed through the Tag lanes. Full statement here https://t.co/apkaMlDvwf
We have also published some FAQs about the situation https://t.co/rWfLM2mvyJ
— Humber Bridge News (@HumBridgeNews) March 27, 2020
Motorists who do not have a HumberTag can pay online at www.humbertag.com after they have made a crossing. They should allow 24 hours after crossing for their registration to be uploaded. Online payments terms have been amended to allow drivers 14 days to pay their toll fee.
Tag lanes, otherwise known as the Open Road Tolling (ORT) lanes, are the two inside lanes on the run-up to the toll gantry on the north side of the bridge.
Find more information here.