Standard video toll rates return across Maryland in new year

Standard video toll rates will resume at all Maryland Transportation Authority toll facilities starting Friday. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MDTA went to all-electronic tolling on March 17 and adjusted the standard video toll rate down to the cash rate at toll facilities that were accepting cash. The MDTA also temporarily stopped sending Notices of Toll Due (NOTDs) and extended expiration dates of E-ZPass discount plans. Starting Friday, video toll rates will apply for any trips not paid with a valid E-ZPass account at all toll facilities statewide…