WASHINGTON — Most commuters agree that something needs to be done to help ease the traffic burden on Interstate 66. Well, the fix is in for the traffic-troubled roadway — unbeknown to some. Even though…
WASHINGTON – Some Northern Virginia commuters will now get to cut in line during heavy traffic on Interstate 66. Starting March 23, PRTC OmniRide commuter buses to and from Manassas and Gainesville will be able…
WASHINGTON — Interstate 66 eastbound at mile marker 38, near the Fauquier/Prince William county line, has reopened after a tractor-trailer crash just before 9 a.m. The accident caused huge delays and force th Virginia Department of Transportation…
WASHINGTON — An incorrect High Occupancy Vehicle-lane sign had drivers on Interstate 66 confused Monday morning. A sign for the HOV lanes on eastbound I-66 at U.S. 50 said all lanes were open to traffic…
WASHINGTON — With major changes being proposed on Interstate 66, the Virginia Department of Transportation is holding a series of public meetings this week for citizens. VDOT is proposing adding two new toll lanes from…
Transportation experts call it the silver bullet, the
game-changer, the home run: something that will solve traffic on Interstate 66 in Prince William and
Fairfax counties. And it should be running early next year.
Virginia State Police initiated a traffic stop, which turned into a chase and serious accident on I-66 Saturday.
A Prince William County roadway has reopened after a
three-vehicle crash caused its closure for most of the Monday morning rush hour.
Work got started on the widening of Interstate 66 last month
and some residents are losing sleep over the construction — literally.
The Arlington County Board could approve a study into the sale of air rights over I-66 to private developers this weekend.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) told drivers about options on I-66 such as adding general-purpose lanes, adding toll lanes and transit options such as extending Metro, VRE or light rail.
At the same time drivers sit in the bumper-to-bumper traffic that plagues weekday commutes on I-66, an in-depth discussion is going on in regards to long-term solutions to solve the congestion woes along one the busiest highways in our region.
It\’s likely drivers along Interstate 66 in Virginia are no strangers to seeing a lone driver in the HOV lane during rush hour, thumbing his nose at the rules and getting away with it.
Buses may start using the shoulders of Interstate 66 next fall as part of a one-year pilot program to ease congestion.
A new commuter lot is set to open, offering more options for Virginia commuters.