All-Electronic, Cashless Tolling Now Permanent At MDTA-Operated Facilities; Gov. Hogan Urges Motorists To Get E-ZPass To Pay Lowest TollsAll-electronic, cashless tolling will now be permanent at all Maryland Transportation Authority-operated tolls in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday.
Full-Time Electronic Tolling Begins At Bay Bridge TuesdayIf you're taking the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to drive full-time electronic tolling will begin Tuesday, May 12.
All Cashless Tolling On Chesapeake Bay Bridge Starting May 12It'll be easier and faster to get to the beach this summer as the all-cashless E-ZPass tolling system will launch on May 12 on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Anne Arundel County Executive, Drivers Question Effectiveness Of Cashless Tolling At Bay BridgeThere's a new plan to help ease traffic on the Bay Bridge as the start of a two-year construction plan could cause nightmares for drivers.
MDTA Will Do Cashless Tolling At Bay Bridge Thursdays, Friday During Construction PeriodsCash drivers can move through the MDTA toll plaza without stopping. All tolls will be collected electronically, and the cash drivers will still get the $4 rate with a statement sent to them in the mail.
Drivers Going Through Tolls At Hatem And Key Bridges Won't Be Able To Use Cash By Late OctoberThe fees will be collected via E-ZPass, to reduce traffic. Cash will no longer be accepted.
Maryland Transportation Authority Proposing Major Changes To Current Toll OperationsMaryland is on the road to overhaul the toll-taking business, with everything from cheaper rates, to video tolling.