Maryland Giving Toll Cheats a Pass

Maryland does little to collect the millions of dollars in unpaid tolls.

Thousands of vehicles blow through Maryland's E-ZPass lanes without an ­E-ZPass transponder, but the state is doing little to collect the millions of dollars in unpaid tolls while law-abiding motorists have been paying higher tolls since November.



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