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Maryland cuts tolls on Bay Bridge, ICC and other roadways

Starting July 1, motorists will pay less to drive on Maryland toll bridges and roadways.

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) made the surprise announcement Thursday during a hastily called news conference at the foot of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, where he proudly announced that the toll would drop $2. The reductions, he said, mark the first time in 50 years that the state’s tolls have been rolled back.

“Our concern is about the money taken out of the pockets of taxpayers,” Hogan said. “It’s what we ran on. It’s what we promised to do. We’re delivering on what we said we would.”

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