Sanibel Is Extending Waived Tolls On Sundays Another Few Weeks
Sanibel has come a long way after Hurricane Ian and to encourage locals to continue supporting businesses on the island, tolls will continue to be waived another few weeks on Sundays.
I love going out to Sanibel. I live right on the other side of the bridge in Fort Myers, so the drive across the causeway doesn’t take much time at all. And even if it did, the drive is so beautiful. And just a short ride can make me feel like I’m on vacation. I try to go out there as often as I can. Relaxing on the many beautiful beaches on the island is one of my favorite things to do. Both Sanibel and Captiva islands suffered great damage from the hurricane. But even so, things are really coming along as businesses are reopening, and they need our support.
25 restaurants have reopened on Sanibel and Captiva islands, and with the tolls being waived the last few Sundays for the “Savor the Shore” campaign, more people have been heading out to enjoy all they have to offer. For SWFL residents, while the drive isn’t too far, the $6 toll could be what’s holding people back, so now there’s no excuse.
Sanibel is extending waived tolls on Sundays
Fox4 reports that tolls on the Sanibel Causeway will be continue to be waived on Sundays through September 24. Whether you want some good pizza, a beach day or enjoy the Island Hopper Music Festival, this is a great way to get over to the islands and save money on the toll to spend elsewhere.