Detroit-Windsor Tunnel to remain cashless after full reopening Nov. 8

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Posted at 1:20 PM, Nov 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-04 13:20:15-04

(WXYZ) — The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is reminding travelers that it will remain cashless on the Detroit side after fully reopening to vaccinated individuals on November 8. The Canadian side will reportedly accept cash tolls through the end of the year and then switch to cashless.

According to a press release, travelers have a few options. They can sign up for an electric Nexpress account, load it up and receive a toll discount on every trip — or they can use credit and debit cards or mobile payments at the booth.

“It will be great to see our customers again, and we offer our thanks for the patience shown as we continue to navigate through this global pandemic together,” said Neal Belitsky, Detroit-Windsor Tunnel president in a press release. “We are happy to announce that we are reopening border travel to the U.S. through the tunnel to vaccinated, nonessential travelers, and we will be working with our partners in the U.S. and Canadian governments to ensure a safe return to service.”