Virginia State Police are conducting a crackdown on HOV violators during the morning and afternoon rush hours on Friday.
Interstate 66 slowed at the height of the morning rush hour this August compared to last, but was faster at other times covered by tolls and HOV rules that expanded last December.
A significant number of drivers are facing extra fees or fines on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway because they are using the highway without an E-ZPass during times one is required. So, what have been the traffic impacts since the tolls were implemented?
Virginia plans an HOV enforcement campaign on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway to ensure solo drivers are not simply cheating their way to a free ride.
The proportion of HOV users on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway at rush hour has not significantly changed since expanded restricted hours and tolls for solo drivers began last December.
Commuters can take advantage of a number of free or discounted options as transit organizations across the D.C. region observe Earth Day on Friday, or roll out new discounts tied to Interstate 66 tolls and upcoming toll lane construction.
As the Virginia Department of Transportation promotes faster speeds along much of the Interstate 66 corridor, more detailed data has led to a nuanced picture of where traffic speeds up and slows down.
Two bills designed to ease the sticker shock of I-66 rush-hour tolling inside the Beltway in different ways advanced in the House; their fate in the Senate is uncertain.
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.
Virginia has no plans for any immediate changes to the tolling algorithm or new hours on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway and the system is operating as expected, the state’s transportation secretary said.
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.
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.
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.
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.
New tolls and HOV rules begin on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway in about two months, but there is no surefire way to know where tolls will need to be set to keep traffic moving until the tolling actually begins, a Virginia official says.
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