If you travel on the New York State Thruway and the Tappan Zee Bridge but don’t use an EZ-Pass get ready to dig deeper into your wallet. The good news is, if you’re a Rockland or Westchester resident, and an EZ-Pass user, your bridge rates will remain the same through 2022. The Thruway Authority Board of Directors yesterday passed its budget, and starting January first Thruway tolls will jump 30%, though only for those without an EZ-Pass. EZ-Pass users won’t pay a dime more. The same won’t apply to the TZB, however. The current $4.75 toll for EZ-Pass users who aren’t Rockland or Westchester residents will go up 50 cents to $5.25 in 2021 and up to $5.75 in 2022. Those paying by mail will see a 30 percent hike. The Authority says the additional revenue is needed to fulfill its system-wide operations, debt service and capital needs through the upcoming forecast period. Thruway tolls have not been changed since 2010.