FAIRFAX, Va. — Six drivers saw their unpaid-toll cases dismissed in Fairfax County General District Court on Monday, while the final ruling on another landmark case has been delayed due to a last-minute motion. Circuit…
WASHINGTON — Three drivers filed a class-action lawsuit this week against Virginia Express Lanes operator Transurban, telling a federal court that the company is not following the law and owes millions in damages to the public.…
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Maryland Transportation Authority has clocked thousands of E-ZPass users speeding through state toll facilities, but the agency isn’t issuing speeding tickets. The Baltimore Sun (http://bsun.md/1y4OgNx ) reports the agency began recording…
FAIRFAX, Va. — A Fairfax County Circuit Court judge heard three appeals on Thursday that could determine how much the operator of the 95 and 495 express lanes can charge drivers with E-ZPass problems. Defendants Toni…
Get ready for the new 95 Express Lanes to begin in Northern
Virginia. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced the toll lanes will open to the general
public this Sunday and toll collections will begin Dec. 29.
Transurban and VDOT are making a final push to get commuters ready for the launch of the 95 Express Lanes.
Road tests have begun on new electronic tolling equipment along the future 95 Express Lanes in Northern Virginia.
Coin buckets and exact change lanes are being phased out along the Dulles Toll Road and will be replaced with electronic tolling lanes.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — Many E-ZPass holders who use the Downtown or Midtown tunnels in Hampton Roads don’t have enough money in their accounts to pay the tolls. The tunnels’ operator, Elizabeth River Crossings, tells…
A new phishing scam is targeting E-ZPass users along the East Coast, including drivers who live in Maryland and Virginia.
Many drivers also think E-ZPass is who they call to solve the unpaid trip on the toll road. But that\’s not the case. And it\’s an error Christina Selbe of Fredericksburg made with her own unresolved tolls.
For drivers who lease their vehicle, toll bills might not ever arrive in their mail box and if they do, there might be extra fees tacked on because of how the cars are registered as one Fredericksburg woman learned.
Commuters have suffered through construction related delays for long enough. The Interstate 95 and 395 lanes are scheduled to open on time.
A Fairfax County man who commutes on the 495 Express Lanes each day was sent a court summons and told he\’d have to pay $6,000 in tolls, penalties and fees, WTOP Ticketbuster has learned.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is planning to overhaul the toll collection system used along the 14-mile Dulles Toll Road including phasing in of more plaza lanes for E-ZPass users.