ANNAPOLIS, Md. — If you traveled through a Maryland toll road on or before June 30, and don't have an E-ZPass, you can get a head start on catching up with your payments online.
Just click on “Pay Video Toll” and enter your vehicle information.
On March 17, the state transitioned to cashless tolling by installing video cameras that scan a vehicle's tag.
Because of COVID-19, there's been a pause in mailing toll bills out. Those will resume in mid-October, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
Effective November 1, standard 45-day plan cycles resume for E-ZPass Maryland Discount Plans at the Bay Bridge (US 50/301), Nice/Middleton Bridge (US 301) and throughout the Baltimore region – including the Fort McHenry (I-95) and Baltimore Harbor (I-895) tunnels, Francis Scott Key (I-695) and Hatem (US 40) bridges, and John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (I-95) – and the standard 90-day plan cycle resumes for the Bay Bridge (US 50/301) Shoppers Plan.
A date for the return to the standard Video Toll rate will occur in the coming months.