News and Web links
Province of Nova Scotia - DTIR
Halifax Dartmouth Bridge Commission
Saint John Harbour Bridge
Canadian Highways International Corporation,
Atlantic Highways Corporation,
COBEQUID PASS a Major Milestone in Public-Private Partnerships,
COBEQUID PASS Toll Road Opens, First Pay-To-Drive Section of Trans-Canada Highway,
Nova Scotia's Cobequid Pass Now Open: "It's a Joy to Drive",
The "Cobequid Impasse" What's Come to Pass (Opinion),
COBEQUID PASS: Another View (Opinion),
No Toll Increase for Cobequid Pass,
Communications Nova Scotia Government News Release,
Follow the link to search the following News Releases from Department of Transportation and Public Works(to Oct. 23 2007) and from Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.
For E-Pass Customers Manual Replenishment.
Whenever the Prepaid Balance falls bellow the Low Account Level, an amber "LOW BAL" signal will appear in the toll lane. You must promptly visit the Customer Service Center and replenish the Prepaid Account directly using cash, debit card, credit card or company cheque or at the Cobequid Pass website with your credit card information or, you may also replenish the Prepaid Account in any staffed tollbooth using cash or company cheque. We do not accept credit card payment in lanes.
Telephone, on-line and ABM banking are now available to our E-Pass Customers at the following financial institutions: Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS), CIBC, RBC Financial Group, TD Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal,
If you misplaced your account number please contact the Customer Service Center at email@example.com or 902- 668-2211, to obtain your account number to access this banking service.
For other information please go to Cobequid Pass Site
Highway 104 Western Alignment Corporation