MD 200

Payment options
  • Uproad
  • Cash
  • Transponder
Drivers without valid payment methods get mailed bills or violations and pay higher toll rates.
Toll pricing
  • Varies w/traffic volume
  • Consistent
  • Higher at peak hours
Rules of the (toll) road
  • Express toll lanes
  • High-occupancy toll lane

Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE: Many toll roads have discontinued cash payments. If you must travel regularly, download the Uproad app, and by the next day, you'll pay tolls with your phone. Stay safe.

Toll agencyMdTA

MD Transportation Authority

Supported transpondersE-ZPass
Time ZoneEST

Eastern Standard Time (EST)

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Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE: Many toll roads have discontinued cash payments. If you must travel regularly, download the Uproad app, and by the next day, you'll pay tolls with your phone. Stay safe.

Avarage cost for the road Intercounty Connector ICC MD 200

Note: actual costs may vary based on the trip length.

Toll cost with transponder 2.87 rate
Toll cost with transponder 7.28 rate
Toll cost with transponder 2.03 rate
Toll cost with video 5.03 rate
Toll cost with video 11.24 rate
Toll cost with video 3.19 rate

The Details

Maryland 200 toll

Maryland Route 200 is an 18-mile, 6-lane toll road connecting Interstate 370 to Interstate 95. It was opened in two stages – one running from Interstate 370 to Norbeck Rd near Wintergate Rd and the second completing the link to Interstate 95. There are no toll booths or physical barricades to enter Maryland Route 200. All tolling is via transponder tags recorded with high-speed sensors on overhead gantries.

Maryland 200 – overview

Maryland 200 (the official name is Maryland Route 200, also called the Intercounty Connector) is a six-lane road located in the state of Maryland. It is 18 miles (30 km) long. In the early phases of the project, it was a bit controversial – opposition to the highway stalled the project for decades. In fact, the construction started sixty years after the initial approval – in November 2007. The first segment was opened in February 2011 while the extension was opened nine months later. The final segment opened in November 2014. Maryland Route 200 connects Gaithersburg in Montgomery County with Laurel in Prince George’s County. Both points are suburbs of Washington D.C. The route is part of the main National Highway System for its entire length. The primary police agency on MD 200 is the Maryland Transportation Authority Police.

Maryland 200 toll rates – cost and payment

Maryland Route 200 uses all-electronic tolling. You can pay tolls through an E-ZPass tag or Video Tolling. Video Tolling uses automatic license plate recognition. If you don’t have an E-ZPass, you will be mailed a bill to pay. Note that there is a 50% (minimum of $1) surcharge for non-E-ZPass users. Tolls on Maryland Route 200 aren’t consistent. They vary by time of day:

  • At night, the toll rate is the lowest – it’s $1.60.

  • In off-peak daytime, you will pay $3.20.

  • At rush hour, you will have to pay the highest rate of $4.00.

Above there are toll rates that apply for E-ZPass users. Other toll rates will be approximately 50% higher. If you want to make sure you calculate your toll properly, use the online toll calculator. It will help you estimate the total cost of your trip.

Available payment methods:

  • Transponder tags: E-ZPass MD and other tags within the E-ZPass network.

  • Pay by Plate – you pay after your travel with the video toll.

Missed a toll on Maryland 200?

If you missed a toll on Maryland 200, it will be considered a missed toll. This may happen if you don’t have a transponder tag or if your tag doesn’t activate while crossing the lane. In case of unpaid toll, an invoice is sent to the registered owner of the vehicle. You can easily make an online payment on the E-ZPass website in the Pay Video Toll section. If you don’t pay, a Toll Violation will result. A Citation will be issued, and you will have to pay a $50 civil penalty. To avoid such a situation, you should always be prepared for your travel. Before you start your trip, you can quickly estimate the cost of your travel using the online toll calculator. You can use it for both passenger cars and trucks. In case you have any questions, you can reach out to the Maryland tolling agency – Maryland Transportation Authority.

Here on, you'll find the most up-to-date Intercounty Connector ICC (MD 200) toll information. From the latest estimated Intercounty Connector ICC (MD 200) toll prices to payment options, Uproad lets you know the rules of the road.

And, if you drive a lot and are looking for a new toll payment account without a transponder or toll tag, you've come to the right place! With an Uproad app account, you'll pay tolls as you go with your mobile phone.

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