Travelers have found a big glitch in Google’s mapping technology that directs drivers through the maze
of roads between Baltimore and Washington.
The first day of toll collections on the new Intercounty Connector has led to a big drop in the number of drivers using the 7-mile stretch of highway.
Drivers are already trying out the first seven-mile stretch of the InterCounty Connector and now express bus service is starting along the new highway.
The first segment of the newest toll road in the Washington region is now open.
It first hit the drawing boards 50 years ago. Now, the first half of the Intercounty Connector is ready for rush hour.