The Chesapeake Bay Bridge has its own web site by the Maryland Transportation Authority. Here you can read about the history of the bridge, view images, view live web cams of traffic on the bridge and at toll booths, get toll rates and traffic advisories, and sign up for email alerts for bridge information.
Four Rivers, one of Maryland’s state heritage areas, is an established heritage tourism destination on the Chesapeake Bay’s western shore. With Annapolis, Maryland’s historic capital city, as its “crown jewel,” the Four Rivers Heritage Area stretches from Sandy Point State Park at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, through southern Anne Arundel County, to Rose Haven at the Calvert County line. Framed by the Chesapeake Bay on the east and by Route 2/Solomons Island Road on the west, Four Rivers reflects Maryland’s rich historic, cultural, and natural legacy.
I just received a letter from E-ZPass Maryland informing me that I will have to start paying a $1.50 per month “account maintenance fee.” It seems to me that one of the main purposes of E-ZPass is to ease congestion at toll plazas and to save the Transporation Authority money … Continue reading →