Is Route 200 in Maryland a toll road?

Is Route 200 in Maryland a toll road?

Maryland Route 200 is an 18 mile, 6 lane toll road from that will connect I-370 to I-95. The highway has no toll booths or physical barricades to entry; all tolling is via E- ZPass transponders recorded with high speed sensors on overhead gantries.

How much does MD E-ZPass cost?

Maryland E-ZPass interior transponders are free of charge. A prepaid toll amount of $25 is required for each transponder. There is a yearly fee of $18, which is waived for Maryland addresses. Customer’s accounts will auto-replenish when the account balance falls below $10 to approximately one month’s level of use.

How much is the Maryland Bay Bridge toll?

E-ZPass Maryland Rates:

Axle Count Current Rates
Commuter $1.40*
2-axle $2.50
Shoppers $2.00**
3-axle $8.00

How do I pay a toll ticket in Maryland?

Visit (click PAY VIDEO TOLLS). Call the Maryland Video Toll Payment Line at 1-866-320-9995 during regular business hours (7 a.m. – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday). Visit an E-ZPass Maryland Stop-In Center (locations/hours at

How much are the tolls on 200 in Maryland?

Currently, toll rates are set at the lowest end of the ranges. To travel the ICC from I-370 to US 1 drivers of cars and light trucks with E-ZPass will pay $3.86 during Peak hours, $2.98 Off-Peak and $1.23 Overnight.

What is the speed limit on MD 200?

60 MPH

Is E-ZPass free in MD?

Transponders are free, there’s no monthly fee for Maryland addresses, and sign-up is available 24/7 at Now that standard Video Toll rates have resumed and all-electronic (cashless) tolling is permanent statewide, there’s never been a better time to save with E-ZPass!

Are Md tolls cashless?

Go Cashless. Maryland roadways are 100% cashless. As we continue to remove toll plazas across the State, Maryland’s new, statewide cashless tolling system will allow you to travel at highway speed across our network of bridges, tunnels and express lanes, with or without an E-ZPass. Getting started is easy!

What happens if you don’t pay a toll in Maryland?

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).


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