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I-95 TRAVEL ALERT: The Francis Scott Key Bridge, the I-695 spur over the Patapsco River, has been critically damaged and is closed. Alternate routes include the Fort McHenry Tunnel and the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

Baltimore Harbor Tunnel (Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway) Tolls

Including Payment Types And E-ZPass Information

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Tolls On the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

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How much does it cost to take the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel?

Traveling across the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, these tolls currently apply for the following vehicle classes:

▹ Toll as of April 29, 2021.

Class 2 - 2 Axles - Car, SUV, Van, Pickup

Maryland E-ZPass $3.00

E-ZPass $4.00

Invoice $6.00

Class 3 - 3 Axles - includes any trailer

E-ZPass $8.00

Invoice $12.00

Class 4 - 4 Axles - incl. all trailer axles

E-ZPass $12.00

Invoice $18.00

Class 5 - 5 Axles - incl. all trailer axles

E-ZPass $24.00

Invoice $36.00

Class 6 - 6 or more Axles - incl. all trailer axles

E-ZPass $30.00

Invoice $45.00

Class 8 - Motorcyles

Maryland E-ZPass $3.00

E-ZPass $4.00

Invoice $6.00

Maryland converted to permanent All-Electronic Tolling as of August 6, 2020. Tolls on the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, the Fort McHenry Tunnel and the Francis Scott Key Bridge are charged in each direction at a common toll plaza.

NOTICE: Every effort is made to provide you the official current, accurate tolls for the roadway you are traveling.

Paying This Toll

Who collects toll payments on The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel?

Maryland Transportation Authority ▹

License plate tolls allowed on this road.

How You Can Pay Tolls

cash

pass

app

plate

card

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Compatible Transponders

These Can Be Used On The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

  • Primary
  • Compatible Passes
  • E-zpass
  • E-zpass
  • epass xtra
  • i-pass
  • quick pass
  • riverlink
  • sunpass pro
  • uni

Calculate A Toll On The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

 Toll Calculator 

Data source: MDTA.Maryland.gov

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Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Basic Facts

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Distance, Direction & Destinations

The following is a synopsis of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel

  • ► Approximate Total Distance: 4.4 miles/7.1 kilometers
  • ► Travel Direction: Southbound and Northbound
  • ► Starting exit and mile marker: 8A/8B:Hanover Street / Shell Road at MM 7.40, in Baltimore.
  • ► Ending exit and mile marker: 11A/11B:O'Donnell Street at MM 11.80, in Baltimore.
  • ► Major Destinations:

    • ▷ Baltimore

▸ TOTAL DISTANCE MEASURES DRIVING DISTANCE BETWEEN STARTING AND ENDING EXITS FOR THIS ROADWAY

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Travel Times

  • 4 minutes @ 55 m.p.h.
  • 4 minutes @ 65 m.p.h.
  • 3 minutes @ 75 m.p.h.

Obey all speed limits! Travel times are approximate and are based on ideal travel conditions. The times displayed here do not take into account any variations in speed, including time taken for rest stops, fuel stops, lodging, adverse traffic conditions or other delays.

Toll Reference

TOLL CLASSES IN GENERAL

The most important thing to remember when counting axles is that you count ALL axles with wheels touching the ground. If the wheel is on the ground, the axle to which it is connected is counted by the toll agency levying the charges.

The following vehicle types or classes apply for your travel on the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel. In many cases, the only defining factor for your vehicle class is the number of axles. A guide for all classes and payments for Maryland may be found on the toll payments page.

Remember, when counting axles, make certain to count all axles with wheels touching the ground. Be sure to include axles on any trailers your vehicle may be towing. That is the criteria for determining the total axles on your vehicle.

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CLASSES ON THE BALTIMORE HARBOR TUNNEL

Tolls on the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel are calculated based on the number of axles for your vehicle.

The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel has 6 axle designations.

When calculating a toll, the following options will be available in the calculator's drop-down menu:

  •  ▸ Class 2 - 2 Axles - Car, SUV, Van, Pickup 
  •  ▸ Class 3 - 3 Axles - includes any trailer 
  •  ▸ Class 4 - 4 Axles - incl. all trailer axles 
  •  ▸ Class 5 - 5 Axles - incl. all trailer axles 
  •  ▸ Class 6 - 6 or more Axles - incl. all trailer axles 
  •  ▸ Class 8 - Motorcyles 

Counting Axles Guide

Guide to counting axles
▹ When counting axles, remember to count ALL axles with wheels touching the ground, including axles on any trailers you may be towing. This is the calculus tolling agencies will use to determine the number of axles on your vehicle.

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