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All-Electronic (Cashless) Tolling / AET

All-Electronic (Cashless) Tolling

Motorists pay all‑electronic (cashless) tolls via E-ZPass® or Video Tolling. The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) has been an industry leader by instituting all-electronic (cashless) tolling at the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 in 2011, the I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL) in 2014, the Francis Scott Key   (I-695) and  Thomas J. Hatem Memorial bridges (US 40) in 2019.

Benefits:

  • 25% or more savings on toll rates for all E-ZPass Maryland customers
  • Less idle time results in better fuel efficiency, savings at the pump
  • Time – less congestion, increases reliability, faster commute
  • Free transponders and no monthly fees
  • Increases safety, reduces crashes

How Do I Get an E-ZPass?

All Cashless Tolls coming the Hatem and Key Bridge October 2019. Get E-ZPass today!

  1. Visit ezpassmd.com for a complete list of retail locations.
  2. E-ZPass Customer Service Centers
  3. E-ZPass “On the Go” is available at most MDOT MVA locations and participating retailers.

Visit ezpassmd.com for a complete list of retail locations.

Additional information:

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