Maryland Toll Roads

Drive comfortably throughout Maryland using the John F Kennedy highway and other former toll roads. Check payment methods, missing payments, toll way costs and history of the most important roads, tunnels, bridges and express highways in Maryland for your upcoming trip!

MD Toll Roads FAQs

How do I pay Maryland tolls?

You can pay electronically with E-ZPass or another compatible transponder, by invoice with the Pay by Plate system, or with cash at some toll plazas.

How do I pay a missed toll in Maryland?

If you don’t pay a toll, a photo will be taken of your license plate, and you will receive an invoice in the mail. You can pay online or by mail.

What happens if I don't pay a toll in Maryland?

If you receive an invoice for an unpaid toll and don’t pay by the due date, you will receive a toll violation and citation along with a civil penalty. Failure to pay can lead to a suspension of your vehicle registration.

How much are tolls in Maryland?

The prices vary depending on how many axles your vehicle has. For a 2-axle car or vehicle, the price is $3.00 to $8.00 depending on how you pay.

How do I pay Baltimore tolls?

You can pay for the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, Fort McHenry Tunnel, John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway (I-95) and Francis Scott Key Bridge with an E-ZPass or by invoice with the Pay by Plate system.

How do I pay Annapolis tolls?

Tolls on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge can be paid by E-ZPass or by invoice with the Pay by Plate system.

Are Maryland E-ZPass and E-ZPass the same?

While you can use any E-ZPass transponder on Maryland toll roads, the Maryland E-ZPass has cheaper rates.

Toll Roads in Maryland

John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway Express Toll Lanes


Toll Road Name John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway Express Toll Lanes, Maryland
On Which Highways Interstates 895, 95
Connecting Cities Baltimore city line to White Marsh
Cost of the Toll Road Fixed rate based on time of day and number of axles on vehicle E-ZPass Toll prices depend on the amount of axles you have on your vehicle to get the updated costs check out the official website here
Distance of the Toll Road 8 miles 12.87 Km
How to pay E-ZPASS or video tolling
Discounts Commuter discount plans are available with valid E-ZPass for two axle vehicles.

How and When to Use the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway Express Toll Lanes

The Express Toll Lanes provide free flowing traffic between I-895 and just north of White Marsh Boulevard (MD 43) in Northeast Baltimore.  Use especially during rush hours and holidays and over to make driving this route faster and travel times more reliable.

There are two Northbound and two Southbound ETL on the I-95. Those paying by video tolling will be mailed their Notice of Toll Due (NOTD) fee to the registered owner of the traveling vehicle within three to six weeks of the transaction.


The I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL) are the second all electronic toll system in Maryland and constructed to bring relief to the highly congested portions of the I-95 in Baltimore.