More Lane Closures Start Tuesday Morning On Bay BridgeStarting Tuesday, the center westbound lane will be closed during off-peak hours, from 10 a.m. to about 2:45 p.m., while crews pour concrete. 
Westbound Center Lane Of Bay Bridge Closures Next WeekExpect more lane closures at the Bay Bridge. 
As Maryland Lawmakers Look To Ease Bay Bridge Traffic Woes With Third Span, They Are Debating Its LocationAs construction along the Chesapeake Bay Bridge continues, lawmakers are now debating what to do about a third span of the bay bridge. The big question is: where to put it. 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Westbound Reopened After Car Crash Shuts Down WB LanesThe Chesapeake Bay Bridge's westbound span is temporarily closed due to a car accident Friday morning.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge Will Have All-Electric Tolling By Summer 2020, Gov. Hogan AnnouncesGovernor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday the Chesapeake Bay Bridge will be open this summer, a year ahead of schedule with all-electronic tolling going live by then as well. 
Bay Bridge Cashless Tolling On Thursdays, Fridays To End January 31Starting February 1, drivers can pay tolls using E-ZPass and cash. 
Lanes Close As Tollbooth Removal Begins On Chesapeake Bay BridgeConstruction to remove toll booths on a major bridge linking coastal Virginia to the Delmarva Peninsula has begun as Maryland's transportation department transitions to a cashless tolling system.
Bay Bridge Construction For Toll Booth Removal Begins Sunday NightConstruction on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge starts Sunday night for the Bay Bridge toll booth removal project. 
Cashless Electronic Tolling Expected This Summer At The Chesapeake Bay BridgeThe Maryland Transportation Authority announced its plan to have cashless tolls on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge by the summer. 
Hogan Administration Moves Forward With Plan To Accelerate Bay Bridge WorkThe Maryland Department of Transportation Authority announced Tuesday that it is moving forward with a plan to shorten the duration of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge rehabilitation project. 
Gov. Hogan Announces $200M Agreement With Exelon For Environmental ProjectsGovernor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday an agreement that will require Exelon to invest more than $200 million in environmental projects to improve water quality in the Lower Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay.