Albert Kullman, a toll taker on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, says he's ready for the onslaught of Memorial Day traffic. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun video)
Marylanders seemed in no hurry Monday to end the three-day Memorial Day weekend.
As of 5:30 p.m., westbound traffic to the Bay Bridge was backed up to exit 39 for just 2.5 miles — a far cry from rush hour Friday, when the line of cars bumper-to-bumper stretched for 18 miles.
Traffic on U.S. 50 was experiencing slow-downs and rolling delays 5 miles from the Queenstown Outlet Center and 6 miles from Maryland Highway 662.
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