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James F. Ports Jr.

Two cabinet nominations put forward by Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. were approved by a Senate panel on Monday — and one key nominee faces a delay.

When the first wave of COVID-19 infections swept Maryland last year, the state Department of Transportation pulled toll-takers off the job as a safeguard…

In the wake of an independent review that found irregularities in Maryland’s toll-collection system, some legislators are urging their constituents to review their E-ZPass…

The Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates toll facilities around the state, didn’t know it was overcharging motorists, a review by legislative auditors concluded. Even…

By more than 2-to-1, members of the public who submitted formal comments on Maryland’s proposed Interstate 270/I-495 express lanes plan objected to the tolls…

Before the pandemic, motorists traveling eastbound through Anne Arundel County toward the Bay Bridge endured tedious backups, particularly during beach season when commuters, contractors…

One year after a Chesapeake Bay Bridge construction project caused friction between Eastern Shore leaders and the state, a new controversy has flared. The…

For reasons that elude most policymakers and transportation analysts, many motorists refuse to get an E-ZPass transponder, opting instead to queue at every toll…

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While temporary cashless tolling will help move traffic across the Bay Bridge during long-term construction work, consumer advocates and lawmakers have concerns about going…