The Maryland Transportation Authority has clocked thousands of E-ZPass users speeding through state toll facilities, but the agency isn’t issuing speeding tickets.
The Maryland Transportation Authority is sending out friendly reminders. And if you get one, you probably won’t like it. MDTA is collecting on unpaid toll violations.
Transportation officials in Maryland are warning the public about a scam involving E-ZPass.
The state is cracking down on drivers who skip the toll–drivers who have cost Maryland millions in lost revenue. Now, if you blow through an E-ZPass lane and don’t pay up, your license could be suspended.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says the state should be doing more to collect money from drivers who ignore road tolls.
Tolls are going up at Maryland Transportation Authority facilities statewide.
Marylanders who want to voice their opinions about the toll hike proposal will get their first opportunity this week.
Maryland officials are considering major toll hikes as a way to fund transportation.