MdTA toll rate increases will go into effect Tuesday at 12:01 a.m. Follow the link for more information.
Commuters, get ready to pay more. Those much-hated toll increases on state highways, bridges and tunnels take effect one week from Tuesday.
The Maryland Transportation Authority raises the tolls on bridges and tunnels. Although public opinion caused the board to scale back on its original plans, drivers say the new increases are still too high.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says he has always favored the state paying all costs for teacher pensions, but will keep an open mind during a debate on whether to shift some of the costs to counties.
Marylanders bracing for big toll hikes at the state’s toll plazas may get a little relief. Thanks to the public outcry, the Maryland Transportation Authority is reconsidering those steep increases.
Not backing down. The battle is intensifying over plans to raise area highway tolls. Some communities are now taking on the state, saying they just won’t have it.
With a hike in bridge tolls looming, people who depend on the Hatem Bridge are vowing a fight to stop tolls from going up in their community.
Digging deeper into your wallet to drive on Maryland’s toll roads. The state is talking about raising the tolls on highways, tunnels and bridges.
Not only will you have to contend with high gas prices, but if you’re hitting the highway this holiday weekend, you’ll likely run into a major traffic problem.
Money is scarce in Maryland’s budget and you could end up coming up with the difference. There are now plans to increase the price of tolls across Maryland.
It’s coming, but it may not be as bad as first thought. The state is hiking tolls at many toll facilities.
Delaware transportation officials are warning motorists to expect major traffic delays during Christmas week at the Newark toll plaza on Interstate 95.