WASHINGTON – The 95 Express Lanes operator says drivers stuck behind a multiple-car crash Tuesday morning near Springfield can seek a refund. Several cars were involved in the crash around 6 a.m. thanks in part…
FAIRFAX, Va. — After months of reports about drivers being taken to court for unpaid tolls and fines in the thousands, a Virginia lawmaker says something needs to change. In an exclusive interview with WTOP, Del. Scott…
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…
A Montgomery County man is fighting a more than $24,000 bill from Transurban for 23 trips along the 495 Express Lanes due to an E-ZPass glitch.
Road tests have begun on new electronic tolling equipment along the future 95 Express Lanes in Northern Virginia.
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.
More people and more jobs are coming to D.C. and the city\’s infrastructure needs some work — $54 billion worth.
Many drivers have feared the cost of taking the Dulles Toll Road would keep rising in order to pay for the Silver Line rail project.
As the Intercounty Connector remains relatively unused, one candidate for Maryland governor wants to offer an incentive to commuters to drive the toll road.
Rising rates on the Dulles Toll Road have worried many drivers who travel along that stretch, but a plan that is currently being finalized would help keep those tolls rates down, while simultaneously funding a big transportation project.
With drivers paying almost $10 for a round-trip to use the Dulles Greenway, 2014 could be a key year in deciding whether commuters will have to pay more or less in the future.
The rain made the morning commute along the Capital Beltway slow and dreary.
For many drivers, the faster ride on the 495 Express Lanes may have looked enticing —
saw the toll rate.
Gov. Bob McDonnell says Virginia should review its contract with the owners of a private toll road in Loudoun County to determine whether anything can be done to clamp down on the rising tolls.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which operates the toll road, is on track to collect $125 million in tolls by the year\’s end, a 24 percent increase over 2012.
More drivers are opting to use the almost year-old 495 Express Lanes in Virginia but still far fewer vehicles are in the tolled lanes than planners had expected.