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Don't say you weren't warned. Police in Virginia and Maryland are saturating the highways Tuesday, looking for High Occupancy Vehicle violators.
The change aimed at reducing congestion will seem counter-intuitive. The number of lanes is being reduced to five from six.
Enjoy this weekend's drive while you can, because it might cost you more the next time around.
As part of the plan to finance the Dulles Rail Project, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is being advised to consider putting a toll on the access road, which drivers can currently use free of charge.
Can you spare an extra $3 a day for your commute? If you drive on one of the busiest toll roads in the area, you may soon have no choice.
The Metro Washington Airports Authority won't select its new president Wednesday. The item was taken off the meeting's agenda.
It's a private highway with tolls that have been increasing over the last few years, but now there is some new pressure on the company that owns the Dulles Greenway.
Tags: Dulles Greenway , TRIP II , Toll Road Investors Partnership II , Washington Metropolitan Airports Authority , Frank Wolf , Virginia Department of Transportation , toll road , Route 7 , Route 50 , Virginia State Corporation Commission , Hank Silverberg
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has approved a new noise policy to help determine where sound walls will be placed to block highway and rail noise along the Dulles Toll Road.
An auditor for the Fairfax Board of Supervisors says the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority needs to take a closer look at the potential loss of commuters - and therefore revenue - from the Dulles Toll Road once the rail line is operable.
There's now tangible evidence that the High Occupancy Toll Lane project along the Virginia side of the Capital Beltway is moving forward.