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Maryland has various toll facilities throughout the state. There are five toll bridges as listed below:

  • Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (US 40)
  • Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695)
  • The Chesapeake Bay Bridge
  • Harry W. Nice Bridge (US 301)
  • Oldtown Toll Bridge

The two toll tunnels in Maryland are: Baltimore Harbor Thruway Tunnel and Fort McHenry Tunnel. There are also two express lanes namely Intercounty Connector (ICC) or MD 200 and I-95 Express Lanes.

However, there is no toll road in Maryland.

Maryland toll bridges

Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge

The 1.3-mile, four-lane, Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge [1] spans the Susquehanna River on US 40 between Havre de Grace and Perryville in northeast Maryland.

Francis Scott Key Bridge

The Francis Scott Key Bridge [2], also known as the Outer Harbor Bridge or simply the Key Bridge spans the Patapsco River in Baltimore. The 1,200 feet long bridge carries close to 11.5 million vehicles annually. Like other bridges, the Key Bridge toll facility is operated by the Maryland Transportation Authority.

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge[3] (commonly known as the “Bay Bridge”) and officially as Gov. William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge [4] is a major dual-span facility. Spanning the Chesapeake Bay, it connects the state’s rural Eastern Shore region with the urban Western Shore. The original 4.3 miles long span opened in 1952 was the world’s longest continuous over-water steel structure. The parallel span was added in 1973.

Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge

The Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge [5], also known as the Potomac River Bridge, is a 1.7-mile, spans the Potomac River connects Maryland with Virginia. The bridge serves as bypass for Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area and frequently congested roads such as I-95, I-495 (Capital Beltway), and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge to the north.

Oldtown Toll Bridge

The Oldtown Toll Bridge[6] in Maryland is its only privately owned toll bridge. Over the Potomac River, this bridge connects Maryland with West Virginia.

Maryland toll tunnels

Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

The 1.4-mile long Baltimore Harbor Tunnel [7] crosses under the Patapsco River and connects major north/south highways and many arterial routes in Baltimore City’s industrial sections.

Fort McHenry Tunnel

The eight-lane tunnel, nearly 1.7-miles long Fort McHenry Tunnel [8] is a vital link in I-95, the East Coast’s most important interstate route. First opened to traffic in 1985, it remains the largest underwater highway tunnel.

Maryland express lanes

The Intercounty Connector (ICC)

The Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 [9] is a variable toll facility. Tolls are higher during peak travel times (Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.). Variable tolls help manage congestion on the ICC.

I-95 Express Toll Lanes

The I-95 Express Toll Lanes [10] is a variably priced facility in Maryland.

Toll rates for Maryland toll bridges and tunnel

2-axle cars pay following tolls on Maryland toll roads, bridges and tunnels:

  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Hwy (I-95): E-ZPass Tag toll $6.00 cash toll $8.00
  • Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge: E-ZPass Tag toll $6.00 cash toll $8.00
  • Chesapeake Bay Bridge: E-ZPass Tag toll $3.00 cash toll $8.00
  • Governor Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge: E-ZPass Tag toll $4.50 cash toll $6.00
  • William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial Bridge: E-ZPass Tag toll $2.50 licence plate $6.00
  • Francis Scott Key Bridge: E-ZPass Tag toll $3.00 licence plate $6.00
  • Baltimore Harbor Tunnel: E-ZPass Tag toll $3.00 cash toll $4.00
  • Fort McHenry Tunnel: E-ZPass Tag toll $3.00 cash toll $4.00

Note: Commuter discount plans are available for customers with valid E-ZPass Maryland accounts driving two-axle vehicles. The Baltimore Regional Plan is $70.00 and offers 50 trips. The plan ends after 45 days or when all of the trips are used, whichever comes first.

Use the Maryland Toll Calculator to calculate tolls and gas costs to travel through all the toll roads, bridges and other toll facilities in Maryland and other .

How are tolls calculated for trucks in Maryland

Trucks pay tolls on ICC and all other toll bridges, and tunnels in Maryland based on the number of axles. Calculate truck tolls to cross these toll facilities in Maryland using Truck Toll Calculator.

How to pay toll in Maryland

You can pay toll in Maryland by one of the following methods:

  • Toll tags: E-ZPass MD and other toll tag of the E-ZPass network
  • Cash
  • Pay-By-Plate (pay after using the toll facility): Pay later with the Maryland video toll [11]

How to pay missed toll in Maryland

If your transponder does not activate while crossing the E-ZPass lane in Maryland for any reason, it'll be considered a missed toll. You will receive an invoice for the unpaid toll. To make payment for it visit and access the Pay Video Tolls [12] link or contact 1-866-320-9995.

Please have the mailing number for the most recent correspondence available while making the payment.

If you do not pay the Video Toll transaction(s) in full by the NOTD Payment Due Date, then a Toll Violation will result and a Citation will be issued for each unpaid Video Toll transaction. Each Citation assesses a $50 civil penalty. Failure to pay or to contest the Toll Violation can lead to suspension of or refusal to renew your Maryland vehicle registration and/or referral to the Maryland Central Collection Unit (CCU).

What is E-ZPass MD

E-ZPass MD or Maryland E-ZPass is a transponder (tag) that you can put in your vehicle to pay toll. You don’t need to stop to pay toll. It is part of the E-ZPass network.

Refer to the E-ZPass MD to see where it can be used, discounts and more.

Maryland tolling agency and contacts

All the toll facilities in Maryland are maintained and managed by Maryland Transportation Authority [13]. For any questions about toll payment methods or your toll bill please get in touch with the authority.

Calculate tolls for Maryland and other states in the US

Calculate routes, tolls and fuel costs for your travel by car, truck, taxi, bus, caravans (with or without a trailer) in Maryland and other states of the US using TollGuru Trip Calculator. It also shows the cheapest, fastest and other optimal routes to your destination along with toll plaza(s) location en route, payment methods and more.

Rideshare, OEM, TMS, fleet companies and other transport businesses can leverage toll intelligence by integrating with the TollGuru Toll API for pre-trip calculation and post-trip reconciliation.

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