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How to get amnesty if you have Mario Cuomo Bridge toll violations

Gov. Andrew Cuomo drives with Armando Gallela, an Army veteran who survived Japan's attack on Peal Harbor, after announcing the opening of the first span of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown on Aug. 24, 2017. (Kevin Hagen/The New York Times)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo drives with Armando Gallela, an Army veteran who survived Japan's attack on Peal Harbor, after announcing the opening of the first span of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in Tarrytown on Aug. 24, 2017. (Kevin Hagen/The New York Times)

Do you have an outstanding toll balance for traveling over the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge? Now is your chance to avoid violation fees.

The program involving the bridge formerly known as the Tappan Zee went live Monday.

Enter your license plate number, license plate state and ZIP code on the website to see if you have any open violations.

You can either click "Pay Now" and enter a credit card, or print a coupon to mail to the state Thruway Authority with a check or money order. Once tolls are paid in full, violations, fines and fees will be waived.

Travelers have until Feb. 26. The amnesty is being offered for those with open violations issued between April 24, 2016, and Jan. 31, 2018.

The violation amnesty applies to:

  • Customers who paid their toll bill in full but still have unpaid violations or fees.
  • Customers currently on payment plans (they will not have to make additional payments).
  • Customers currently in registration suspension settlements or those who have been referred to the DMV for registration suspension.