Because nothing says America like usage fees, the toll to cross the Golden Gate Bridge is set to go up just ahead of the Fourth of July weekend. And it's not just drivers that will be impacted — KRON4 reports that the cost of both the Larkspur and Sausalito Ferries and Golden Gate Transit buses are all set to increase as well.

The change will go into effect tomorrow, and, according to bride officials, will breakdown as follows for two-axle vehicles not towing anything:

  • Fastrak will increase 25 cents from $6.25 to $6.50
  • Pay-by-Plate will increase 25 cents from $7.25 to $7.50
  • Carpool vehicles will increase 25 cents from $4.25 to $4.50

"This increase is part of a multi-year toll increase program approved by the Board of Directors in February 2014," bridge officials explain, "and will assist greatly in reducing a 5-year budget shortfall."

The full breakdown, including for campers and cars towing trailers, can be found on the Golden Gate Bridge toll page.

Meanwhile, ABC 7 reports that if you're traveling by ferry you haven't escaped the cost increase of crossing the Bay. If you're an adult traveling one-way on the Larkspur Ferry the new price is $11 (that's up 50 cents), and you're riding one-way as an adult on the Sausalito Ferry the new price is $11.75. The cost of Golden Gate Transit bus tickets is set to increase 4 percent.

Happy Fourth of July!

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