Drivers Will Have to Dig Deep to Drive on ICC

With new tolls, drivers will pay up to $6.15 to travel each way

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    When the Intercounty Connector is finally built, you'll have to dig pretty far into your pockets to actually use it. 

    The Maryland Transportation Board approved new toll rates for the highway on Thursday.  It includes rates ranging from 20 to 35 cents per mile, for all two-axle vehicles. The higher rate would be charged during the peak hours of 6 a.m. until 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. The toll would make the ICC the first variably priced toll facility in Maryland.

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    The Intercounty Connector in Maryland is still under construction, but a decision has been reached on what to charge drivers who use it. (Published Thursday, Dec 17, 2009)

    The maximum toll for two-axle vehicles would work out to around $6.15 each way.  Five-axle trucks would pay up to $36.85 to travel the highway each way during rush hour. The rates will make it the highest toll in our region, and one of the highest in the nation.

    The 18.8-mile highway is currently being constructed between Gaithersburg and Laurel. It's expected to be completed by 2011.