"I-95 North of Baltimore" Top 5 Page for this destination Maryland Transportation Tip by grandmaR
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Most Maryland highways are toll-free.
But on the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway - a fifty-mile section of I-95, which stretches from the northern Baltimore City line to the Delaware border - a part of I-95, a $5.00 northbound toll is collected.
The toll plaza is located in Cecil County, one mile north of where The Tydings Memorial Bridge crosses the Susquehanna River (photo 5)
On this part of I-95, there are two full-service Welcome Centers with restrooms, travel information, telephones, food, and fuel to motorists.
Chesapeake House Welcome Center (on I-95, Cecil County)
Maryland House Welcome Center (on I-95, Harford County)
Type: Car/Motor Home
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