The Humber Bridge is a Grade 1 listed iconic structure linking Lincolnshire and Yorkshire on the A15.
The 1.4-mile long bridge was opened in 1981 to create a new, faster route between the two banks of the Humber.
It remains the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world to cycle or walk across.
The bridge is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and users can pay by cash, card or can open a HumberTAG account, to use our Open Road Toll (ORT) and cross the bridge without stopping at a toll booth, saving 10% on each journey. To open an account, it costs £15 for a deposit and a minimum £15 credit.
The HumberTAG was introduced in 2015 and now more than half of our traffic uses this system, with 45,000 accounts in operation.