Hundreds of thousands of tolls have gone unpaid on Maryland’s Intercounty Connector, but officials hope that a new law will help them crack down on toll scofflaws.
Maryland’s Intercounty Connector is getting a speed lift. The State Transportation Authority has begun changing roadway signs to officially increase the posted speed limit on the ICC from 55 to 60 miles per hour.
Nearly 7,000 speeding tickets have been issued to drivers on the Intercounty Connector since it opened in November 2011.
MDTA will increase the posted speed limit on the Intercounty Connector (ICC) from 55 mph to 60 mph.
Since opening last year, the Intercounty Connector has provided thousands of Maryland motorists with their first direct, congestion-free drive between Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
A highway sign on the newly opened Intercounty Connector points drivers to a non-existent town.
The Intercounty Connector between Montgomery and Prince George’s counties is proving more popular than anticipated.
Sunday is the last chance for drivers to take advantage of a free ride on a new toll road linking Maryland’s Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
Officials say everything went smoothly on opening day for approximately 11 miles of a new toll road linking Maryland’s Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
Our area and Maryland’s D.C. suburbs are about to be connected like never before when a multi-billion dollar new toll road, the Intercounty Connector, opens Tuesday.
There’s a new way to avoid tolls on the Intercounty Connector.
At an active construction site along Maryland’s Intercounty Connector many gathered around a mobile memorial honoring those killed in work zone crashes.