The Maryland Department of Transportation Administration has proposed toll changes for the ICC and I-95 Express Toll Lanes and have asked for feedback from the community. The public comment period begins today, August 1 and can be submitted online at mdta.maryland.gov./TollModernization/Home
|Message received today from MDTA:
The MDTA Board approved a measure to put new tolling options out for public comment and hearings this summer. The comment period begins Aug. 1 for the new tolling options proposed.
The public comment period begins Aug. 1 for the new proposed tolling options:
In addition to lower toll rates, a new discount and an entirely new way to pay, these options address a concern we’ve heard from our customers for years – being able to set rates that better reflect the size of vehicles and their wear-and-tear on our roads. Beginning Aug. 1, customers can visit mdta.maryland.gov/TollModernization/Home to submit comments online regarding the new tolling proposals, or they can download a comment card to be mailed.
In September, a series of nine public hearings will take place in Harford, Cecil, Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Queen Anne’s, Prince George’s, Charles and Montgomery counties and in Baltimore City. Dates, times and locations will be advertised online and in local media. Your constituents can visit mdta.maryland.gov to learn more about the proposal and the public-comment process.