Maryland to replace E-ZPass website with new one, updated features

A new website and a variety of other features will launch at the end of April to manage Maryland’s toll bridges, tunnels and roads, the Maryland Transportation Authority announced Wednesday.

DriveEzMD will launch April 29 to serve E-ZPass and non-E-ZPass customers with a new website, web chat, expanded customer call center, new toll payment choices, text notifications and more, the MDTA said.