Bay Bridge Tolls Going Up

Drivers using cash will pay $6 starting in July

Wednesday, Jun 19, 2013  |  Updated 7:44 PM EDT
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Bay Bridge Tolls Going Up

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Using Maryland’s Bay Bridge is getting more expensive. It’s one of several tolls going up across the state starting in July.

Drivers using cash will pay $6 to reach Maryland’s Eastern Shore. That’s up $2 from the current price.

E-ZPass rates are going up from $3.60 to $5.40. The Commuter Discount Plan is going from $1 to $2.10.

The higher rates were approved on Sept. 22, 2011, by the Maryland Transportation Authority.

Driving across the Baltimore Harbor will cost you $4 starting July 1, if you pay with cash. That’s up $1 E-ZPass rates are going up to $3.60 from $2.70.

The higher tolls are designed to bring in $90 million over the next year to help improve aging bridges, tunnels and highways.

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