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Let the state know what you think of new toll plan

  • Anne Arundel County
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Annapolis, MD --  The Maryland Transportation Authority wants public input on its new toll plan.

Governor Larry Hogan says the toll relief package would save Marylanders more than $28 million over five years.

A Pay-by-Plate payment option will allow tolls to be automatically billed to credit cards at the same rate that cash customers pay. 

New vehicle classifications, will provide lower toll rates for motorcycles and vehicles towing one- and two-axle trailers. There will be a new 15 percent discount for Video Tolling customers who pay before invoices are mailed.

Full details about the tolling proposal can be found at mdta.maryland.gov/TollModernization/Home.

You can submit your comments by doing any of the following:

  • Visit mdta.maryland.gov/TollModernization/Home to submit comments online.
  • Visit mdta.maryland.gov/TollModernization/Home to download a comment card to be mailed.
  • Attend one of nine public hearings that will take place in September in Harford, Cecil, Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Queen Anne’s, Prince George’s, Charles and Montgomery counties and in Baltimore City to provide public testimony, private testimony or written comments. Dates, times and locations will be advertised online and in local media.

 

 

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