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Hogan Announces Bay Bridge Work and All-Electronic Tolling To Be Complete By Summer 2020

January 28th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Governor Larry Hogan today announced that all lanes at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge will be open this summer as deck work on the westbound right lane is completed a year ahead of schedule and all-electronic tolling goes live. The governor was joined by Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Executive Director James F. Ports, Jr. and MDTA construction inspectors and work crews in removing Toll Booth 4 to mark the first milestone in replacing existing toll systems.

“I am pleased to announce that this project will be completed a full year ahead of schedule, and that all lanes on the Bay Bridge will be open by summer of 2020,” said Governor Hogan. “Our entire team has spent the past few months working around the clock to make today’s announcement possible. I want to thank all of the men and women who are designing and constructing these important projects, as well as everyone who operates, maintains, and protects the bridge and its travelers each and every day.”

One Response to “Hogan Announces Bay Bridge Work and All-Electronic Tolling To Be Complete By Summer 2020”

  1. January 28, 2020 at 1:14 pm, Brian said:

    Next on the list should be the Washington Beltway if it’s this easy to collect tolls why not do it there so the people of Western Maryland and the Eastern Shore don’t have to pay for the people who use the Beltway and the rapid transit in the meantime we wait 20 30 sometimes 50 years to get a highway in the areas that don’t have the political power


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