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Governor Hogan rolls back O’Malley tolls statewide

Drivers will pay $4.00 in cash at Bay Bridge

  • The following toll reductions and changes are effective July 1, 2015:

    From MDTA

    – Eliminate the E-ZPass Maryland monthly $1.50 account fee for Maryland residents.

    – Reduce all Cash, Video, Commuter and Shoppers’ toll rates at the Bay Bridge (US 50/301), including a reduction in the two-axle cash rate from $6 to $4 round trip and in the Commuter rate from $2.10 to $1.40.

    – Increase the E-ZPass Maryland discount from 10% to 37.5% at the Bay Bridge – toll drops from $5.40 to $2.50 round trip.

    Please visit MDTA to see additional changes and discounts in toll rates.

    “I have thoroughly reviewed the toll-reduction plan, and I’m confident the MDTA will continue to maintain its sound financial footing and commitment to safety and quality services,” said MDTA Chairman and Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn. “A lot of hard work went into the development of this proposal, and I’d like to thank MDTA board members for their careful analysis and approval of this toll-reduction plan.”

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