Beginning Friday, January 1, 2016, vehicles with a valid E-ZPass Maryland account and transponder will pay $2 per axle for 3, 4, 5 and 6+ axle vehicles to use the I-895/Childs Street ramps at the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel or the I-695/Broening Highway turnaround at the Francis Scott Key Bridge.
For vehicles using the Childs Street and I-695 turnaround exits at the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel and Key Bridge respectively, E-ZPass Maryland toll rates will decrease to $2 per axle for three-to-six-plus-axle vehicles. For example, three-axle vehicles will see a toll reduction from $8 to $6 and four-axle vehicles from $12 to $8.
The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel is a pair of two-lane road tunnels carrying Interstate 895—the Harbor Tunnel Thruway—under the Patapsco River southeast of downtown Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Tolls on the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel are calculated based on the number of axles for your vehicle. When counting axles, make certain to count the axles with wheels on the ground, including any axles on trailers you may be towing.
The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel was a wonderful tunnel. It is a moderately long group of tubes. You can tell it was not made by moles or ground hogs as it had white tiles and was well lit.
The tunnels carry the Harbor Tunnel Throughway/ Interstate 895 under the Patapsco River just southeast of downtown Baltimore in Maryland. The tools are $4.00 in each direction if you pay cash but if you use EZ Pass it's only $3.00.
Toll Location: Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Cost: $2.00 Each Way How To Get Around It: There are two ways to avoid any of the three Baltimore tolls (Harbor Tunnel, Fort McHenry Tunnel, and Key Bridge).
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Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Toll Plaza, Baltimore, Maryland. 42 likes. Travel & Transportation
Interstate 895 (I-895) is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Maryland.Known as the Harbor Tunnel Thruway, the highway runs 14.87 miles (23.93 km) between one junction with I-95 in Elkridge and another interchange with I-95 on the east side of Baltimore.