Cashless Toll and Travel Update
The Tunnel will be fully reopened for vaccinated, nonessential travel to the United States effective November
8, 2021. Prior to crossing the border, visitors to the United States should consult the Department of Homeland Security website to ensure that they meet the eligibility
criteria to enter the country. American visitors to Canada should continue to consult the Public Health Agency of Canada website for entry eligibility requirements.
Additionally, the tunnel will continue cashless tolling on the Detroit side of the border. The Canadian side of the border will continue to accept cash tolls through the end of the year, at which point cash will no longer be accepted as a form of payment.
The new process is simple: Travelers can sign up for a Nexpress account here, load their account, and receive a toll discount on every trip. Customers can continue to use credit and debit cards or mobile payments in the lane.
Travelers can get real-time updates and traffic information by visiting this website or on Twitter @DetWinTunnel.
want to cross the border as quickly as possible?
The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel can help you save time and avoid the stress of traffic delays by:
DWT Mobile is a free app now available for Apple and Android devices. Cross the border faster and pay a discounted rate per trip with your smartphone. Pre-purchase your trips, show the barcode at the gate, and cross hassle-free.
The Tunnel Bus, operated by Transit Windsor, is an exclusive feature of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. It offers low-cost transportation between Downtown Windsor and Detroit for individuals and groups.
The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel Bus is currently suspended. Please see here for more information.