If you drive on Interstate 395 in Northern Virginia, a planned toll project may affect you.
The plan to let solo drivers pay a toll to use Interstate 66 inside the Beltway in the peak direction during extended rush hours is scheduled to start next year.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is offering drivers and others three chances to weigh in this week on what the I-66 toll signs and other parts of the project should look like.
A month after a blizzard socked the region, officials heard comments as Fairfax County tries to make sure the next big snowstorm is handled better.
A nearly four-mile stretch of U.S. 50 from Va. 28 in Fairfax County to Poland Road in Loudoun County has just been widened from four lanes to six.
“We agree wholeheartedly with Secretary Foxx that this needs to take precedence and all three of the jurisdictions — us, Washington, D.C. and Maryland need to be ready to go next year, and we look forward to working with them on that, but we think Sec. Foxx is absolutely right to keep the pressure on us,” Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne says.
With cold pavement, a long holiday weekend, and an expected icy winter storm, Monday morning could become a travel nightmare for D.C. region
Under a new bill, food truck vendors would apply to VDOT for a business permit and pay a fee to operate in commuter lots.
The bill would direct VDOT to work with regional planning groups to study improvements south of the Express Lanes toward Fredericksburg.
A bill moving throughout the Virginia General Assembly could force out-of-state toll scofflaws to pay up.
The Board of Supervisors has invited local officials to a “snow summit” to determine what they can do better when the next storm hits.
A Virginia Department of Transportation help truck driver was struck by a pickup truck while assisting a stranded motorist in Fairfax County, Virginia.
With half-plowed streets and towering snow piles that screen oncoming traffic, road conditions still haven’t returned to normal four days after last weekend’s crippling snowfall.
Thousands of D.C. area residents are still trapped by a wall of snow 48 hours after the storm ended as transportation agencies struggle to dig them out.
Getting around the D.C. region on the is posing a challenge on the Monday after a weekend blizzard dumped up to 30 inches of snow, but area officials say they’re making steady progress.