You have a few more weeks to pay outstanding toll bills in Maryland without having to pay any late fees.
Until 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 14, to be precise. The grace period was originally supposed to end on Wednesday, after which drivers would start being liable for late fees. But the Maryland Transportation Authority approved a two-week extension of the Customer Assistance Plan to “accommodate a last-minute rush and deliver on MDTA’s mission to provide premiere customer service,” an MDTA news release said.
Maryland transportation officials launched the program in February allowing drivers who have late fees associated with unpaid video tolls to pay their tolls without facing penalties for tardiness.