Key Bridge All Electronic (Cashless) Tolling
In October 2019, the Maryland Transportation Authority’s (MDTA) Key Bridge (I-695) began collecting tolls via all-electronic tolling (AET). With cashless toll collection, motorists pay tolls via E-ZPass or Video Tolling. Benefits include less idle time, better fuel efficiency, a faster commute and increased safety. These interim improvements are anticipated to be completed by Summer 2021.
To learn more about the switch to cashless toll collection at the Hatem and Key Bridges, please see the Open House Materials from MDTA’s May 2019 Open Houses.
Key Bridge I-695 AET Configuration at Gantry and Former Toll Plaza Site
Key Bridge AET Gantry Along I-695
Key Bridge I-695 AET Configuration at Former Toll Plaza Site
- Cashless Tolling Informational Open House Boards (PDF Download)
- Open House Flyer (PDF Download)
- Key Bridge AET Project Renderings (PDF Download)