(Baltimore, MD) WNAV — The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) is giving toll road customers a waiver of any civil fines connected to unpaid tolls, if the late fee payment is made by the end of November, 2022.
The civil penalty waiver grace period is NOT retroactive.
The move by MDTA is in response to Governor Hogan’s request to explore relief options. It will allow more than nine months to pay toll bills as drivers emerge from another financial impact of the pandemic.
The grace period will end at midnight on November 30 and any remaining unpaid toll bills will have civil penalties attached and be forwarded to the Central Collection Unit (CCU) and the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA).
Please note the following dates:
- Payments made/postmarked February 24 – November 30, 2022:
- For every unpaid toll transaction paid in full, the corresponding civil penalty will be waived.
- November 30, 2022, at 11:59 p.m.: Civil penalty waiver grace period ends.
- December 1, 2022: All unpaid tolls AND civil penalties are due based on the printed due dates, and toll debt referrals to CCU and MDOT MVA will resume.
- Visit https://driveezmd.com/faq/ to view our Frequently Asked Questions.
The agency is also working to respond to questions more quickly and provide one-on-one help by adding staff.