SEATTLE - Starting Monday, it will cost more to cross the 520 floating and Narrows bridges.
The state raised tolls by 2 and-a-half percent.
The increase means at peak commute times on the 520 bridge, for example, drivers will now pay $3.70 cents with a Good to Go pass, up from the old toll of $3.59.
Tolls on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge went up at midnight.
It will cost .25 cents more to cross the bridge.
That means with a Good to Go Pass, a crossing will cost $4.25. It's $5.25 with cash, and $6.25 if you pay by mail.
Meanwhile, anyone with unpaid tolls in the state may get a break under a new law that goes into effect at the end of the month.
Starting July 28, judges will be allowed to consider several factors when drivers ask for a break.
Excuses now deemed acceptable include hospitalization, a military deployment overseas, the death of the car's owner and not receiving the original bill.