Because Californians don't want their taxes raised, seemingly unable to understand that taxes pay for roads, schools, infrastructure, and parks, the bridge tolls continue to rise. This latest invention takes the cake. Because the lines are now not long enough to cross the bridge and pay the toll, the price will change throughout the day. That should speed things up. When I came home on Sunday afternoon, the traffic going south to cross the Golden Gate bridge was stop and go for miles. I doubt the Bay Bridge was an easy flow. Let's make it even more complicated. Here's Jon Carroll to explain it to us.