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Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 - Toll Rates
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The Intercounty Connector (ICC) is a variably priced facility, where tolls are higher during peak travel times (Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.) and reduced during off-peak and overnight pricing periods.  A key purpose to variable tolling is to manage congestion – raising the toll rate during periods of high traffic volumes helps reduce the number of vehicles using the roadway, keeping the highway relatively congestion-free and providing motorists with reliable travel times.

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Analysis of Feasibility of Reducing MD 200/Intercounty Connector Tolls:

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ICC Toll GantryThe MDTA will monitor traffic volumes and may adjust the toll rates periodically to manage traffic volumes or help meet revenue needs.  The MDTA will provide at least 10 days notice of any change to the toll schedule that is within the approved tolling plan.  Changes to the mileage rate ranges require a 60-day public comment period.

The ICC tolling plan, which includes pricing periods, mileage rate ranges, rounding rule and the minimum toll, was approved by the MDTA Board on December 17, 2009, following a 60-day public comment period that provided community leaders and potential users of the ICC the opportunity to express their opinions.


The plan’s approved tolling parameters are:

Tolling ParameterDefinitionApproved Value
Pricing PeriodsPeak, off-peak, and overnight hours and days of week when a particular mileage rate is in effect. Peak period excludes federal holidays.  Pricing periods may vary by up to 60 minutes earlier and later. Changes to the pricing periods may occur once travel patterns are assessed.

Peak Period
Mon – Fri: 6 – 9am; 4 - 7pm

Off-Peak Period
Mon – Fri: 5 – 6am; 9am - 4pm; 7 – 11pm
Sat & Sun: 5am – 11pm

Overnight Period
Sun – Sat: 11pm – 5am

Mileage Rate RangesToll ranges used to set the per-mile toll rates

For two-axle vehicles:

Peak Period
($0.25/mile – $0.35/mile);

Off-Peak Period
($0.20/mile – $0.30/mile);

Overnight Period
($0.10/mile – $0.30/mile)

Rounding RuleThe method for consistently rounding the calculated toll per tripRound up to the nearest nickel
Minimum TollThe lowest possible toll approved for any given trip2 miles multiplied by the mileage rate in effect or $0.40, whichever is greater
Toll Rate Comparison among Variably Priced Toll Facilities:

When considering inflation since 2004, ICC toll rates are comparable to the ranges used for discussion during the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study for the ICC.  While the ICC is Maryland’s first variably priced toll facility, other states, including Virginia, California and Colorado, also use variable pricing to provide more reliable travel times and maximize transportation capacity.  The ICC toll rates are comparable to, and generally lower than, these other variably priced tolling facilities around the country.

Peak Toll Rate Comparisons:
Agency or FacilityApproximate Peak Mileage Rates (2 axle)

I-495 Express - Virginia

$1.25 for E-ZPass (14 miles)

I-15 - California

$1.00 for FasTrack (20 miles)

SR 91 - California

$.90 PM Peak
$.50 AM Peak for FasTrack (10 miles)

Rt. 73 – California

$.44 for FasTrack (15 miles)

Rt. 261 – California

$.30 for FasTrack (15 miles)

Dulles Greenway – Virginia

$.43 for E-ZPass (14 miles)

Rt. 241 – California

$.44 for FasTrack (12 miles)

ICC / MD 200

$.25 for E-ZPass (16 miles)

Source: Web research 9/17/13

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