What is a TReO decal? And what does it look like?
Your TReO decal is a small, band-aid size sticker that attaches to your windshield and is used to keep track of how many trips you make across the new Port Mann Bridge.
How does it work?
When your vehicle travels over the bridge, a radio signal from inside your decal is sent to a receiver on the bridge. As a registered vehicle, your preferred form of automatic payment is linked to your account. The system automatically calculates Port Mann Bridge usage and payment is charged each month. The technology is similar to that on the Golden Ears Bridge so your TReO decal will work on both bridges.
Please keep in mind, until integrated billing has begun in spring 2014, your TReO and Quickpass accounts will need to be managed separately as you will receive a separate invoice for travel on each bridge.
We assure you, keeping your information confidential is a priority for us. We collect only the information we need for toll collection and do not share it or use it for any other purpose.
What if my car has a metallic windshield?
Although the TReO decal will work with most windshields, there are some cars that have specialized windshields that may prevent the sensors from viewing your decal. If this happens, we can send you a small decal that can be installed on your front right headlight. Call or visit us if you need a headlight decal.