Morning tolls on Interstate 66 surged to near-record levels Tuesday, at one time topping out at $46.50 between the Beltway and Rosslyn.
Nearly 75,000 speed camera tickets were issued in the Suitland Road Bridge work zone on the Beltway during the last six months of 2017.
Hundreds of transportation and construction industry professionals gather at the BWI Airport Marriott on Wednesday hoping to land a spot working on a massive project to ease traffic congestion in Maryland.
Charges may take a bit longer than the typical three days or so to show up in an E-ZPass account, according to Virginia Department of Transportation officials.
The first day of dynamic tolling for solo drivers on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway saw tolls reach near $35 in the morning before reaching more moderate levels during the Monday afternoon rush hour.
Drivers in the D.C. area saw major delays Wednesday morning after concrete debris and crashes on the Capital Beltway/I-495 halted traffic and briefly shut down the Inner Loop at the American Legion Bridge.
With Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway tolls starting Dec. 4, here are some answers to questions about upcoming rules and impacts to side roads.
A Maryland man has died after a crash on the Capital Beltway’s Inner Loop near the College Park area Tuesday afternoon, state police said.
Tolls for solo drivers and expanded rush-hour periods begin Monday, Dec. 4 on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the change.
A December meeting will outline the public-private partnership process that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has proposed to finance his plans to ease congestion on some of the state’s most traveled roads.
D.C.-area travelers should expect major delays Tuesday as road crews make emergency repairs to patch up a hole that opened up in a bridge on the Capital Beltway in Prince George’s County.
The financial funding agreements, which had been delayed several months, will allow a groundbreaking on the toll lanes to happen before the end of the year.
A new traffic pattern on the Beltway near the I-270 Spur in Montgomery County caused an unusual backup and left some drivers scratching their heads on Monday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing a dramatic $9 billion project to ease traffic congestion that includes adding four new lanes to the Maryland side of the Capital Beltway, Interstate 270 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
State highway trucks are putting down sand to improve traction on the slick roads, according to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue’s Pete Piringer.