E-ZPass late fee grace period ends Wednesday after extension
E-ZPass late fee grace period ends Wednesday after extension

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (7News) — Do you need time to pay your unpaid E-ZPass tolls? The Maryland Transportation Authority Board approved a plan that gives customers a grace period.

The board said the Customer Assistance Plan would take effect immediately and waive civil penalties for customers who pay their unpaid tolls by 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2022.

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Also, the MDTA will resume referrals of unpaid toll bills and civil penalties toto the Central Collection Unit (CCU) and MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) on Dec. 1.

“The deferral of toll bills during the pandemic protected Marylanders from hardship during one of the greatest health and economic emergencies of our lifetimes, but we realize paying off those bills now can be a challenge for many families,” said Maryland Transportation Secretary James F. Ports, Jr., who serves as MDTA Board Chairman. “The Customer Assistance Plan approved today by the MDTA Board responds to Governor Hogan’s request – as well as our customers’ requests – to explore relief options. The plan gives Marylanders plenty of time, more than nine months, to pay toll bills without having to worry about additional penalties or other consequences.”

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Officials say this plan does not impact the posting of backlogged tolls. The MDTA will continue posting COVID-backlogged tolls into summer 2022.

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