Driving in Maryland just got cheaper. For the first time in 50 years, tolls are going down. The reductions—announced by Governor Larry Hogan last month—took effect Wednesday.
Some relief ahead for commuters. A reduction in state tolls is in the works.
Maryland toll reductions won’t harm transportation maintenance or current plans for projects, the state’s transportation secretary said Tuesday, though lawmakers questioned how the state revenue loss wouldn’t have a negative impact on infrastructure.
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.
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.
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.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says the state should be doing more to collect money from drivers who ignore road tolls.
Maryland drivers are racking up millions in unpaid tolls and leaving the state in debt. The Washington Post finds repeat offenders are breezing through toll roads and transportation officials aren’t doing anything to stop them.
Panels of lawmakers in the Maryland House and Senate are expected to hear testimony on several bills designed to alter how the state levies fees to support transportation infrastructure and operation.
Truckers will be marking the new year by paying higher tolls in Maryland.
Tolls are going up at Maryland Transportation Authority facilities statewide.