Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe defended the tolled express lanes in Northern Virginia saying the lanes have added capacity and choices for commuters despite the sometimes hefty cost for drivers.
Virginia has given up its special federal exemption that would have allowed toll booths on Interstate 95 between Fredericksburg and the North Carolina line.
Virginia transportation officials Thursday approved plans to extend the 95 Express Lanes north to the D.C. line and south beyond Garrisonville Road. In Arlington County, the conversion of HOV lanes on Interstate 395 is scheduled to be completed in 2019.
The Trump transition team has asked Virginia for a list of potential transportation projects, including specific questions about projects that could include tolls. Virginia responded with a list of projects based on statewide priorities ranging from the Port of Virginia to Interstate 81.
SafeTrack. Holiday shopping. An earlier sunset. All are contributing to a rise in demand for the 495 and 95 express lanes and tolls are soaring as a result.
Virginia taxpayers won’t have to chip in to build the planned tolled express lanes along Interstate 66. A consortium that includes a Spanish company was the winning bidder selected to build and operate the lanes, officials announced on Thursday.
In the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, drivers get refunds when they use certain tunnels. Could something similar be done in Northern Virginia?
Big changes for Interstate 66 commuters are about a year away. Construction kicked off Monday morning to install toll gantries east of the Capital Beltway.
Plans to expand rush hour and bring rush-hour tolls for solo drivers on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway moved much closer to reality Tuesday.
Transurban will adjust the schedule of the reversible 95 Express Lanes and warns drivers to expect higher tolls this Memorial Day weekend.
Transportation leaders in Virginia may consider doubling the amount of funding for new transportation options meant to help give commuters driving alone alternatives to paying a toll.
If you drive on Interstate 395 in Northern Virginia, a planned toll project may affect you.
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.
The Congressional Budget Office weighs in on D.C. area transportation funding issues
Stymied by efforts to sue for lower tolls on the privately operated Dulles Greenway, Loudoun County is hoping a $50 million construction project could offer commuters a new alternative.
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