MDTA To Hold 2nd Public Hearing On Toll Hike Proposal

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City residents will get a chance to voice their opinions on proposed poll hikes on Monday.

The Maryland Transportation Authority will hold its second of nine public hearing on a proposal to raise tolls on the state’s bridge, tunnels and other road.

The hearing will be held at Digital Harbor High School, located at  1100 Covington Street, from 5:30 to 8 p.m.   The session will include a formal presentation and testimony.

The proposals include increasing tolls for passenger cars on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge from $2.50 to $5 starting Oct. 1, and to $8 beginning in July 2013. One-way tolls for the Harbor Tunnel, Fort McHenry Tunnel and the Key Bridge would go from $2 to $3.

For a list of all of the public hearings, click here.

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  1. SILLYMAN MICHAELS says:

    WHAT’S THE POINT TO HAVE PUBLIC HEARING ON VARIOUS MATTERS…WHEN
    THE BOTTOM IS WHATEVER THE CORRUPT POLITICIANS WANT TO DO THEY
    WILL DO THEY ASK US TO PARTICIPATE BECAUSE THEY FIND IT AMUSINGTHAT WE SHOW UP

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