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Search Tags: Dulles Toll Road
One Virginia lawmaker wants to make sure residents living along the Dulles Toll Road have a say about future rate hikes.
You'll pay $1.25 at the main toll plaza starting Saturday.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is wishing drivers a happy New Year by asking for another quarter.
A three-car accident on the Dulles Toll Road/Route 267 has caused problems for drivers trying to get onto the Beltway on Friday afternoon.
All lanes of the eastbound Dulles Toll Road have reopened after a truck struck the Beulah Road overpass.
"We do believe HOT lanes have a great future in this region," says Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton.
Tags: Interstate 66 , Orange Line , Virginia Department of Transportation , Sean Connaughton , Capital Beltway , HOT lanes , Sprawl & Crawl , Adam Tuss , I-66 , High Occupancy Toll lanes , Sprawl and Crawl
Rep. Frank Wolf wrote a letter to Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton, urging Connaughton to support state legislation to roll back the tolls along the Dulles Greenway.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is gathering information about the noise levels along the Dulles Toll Road.
For the first time ever, police officers from Maryland and Virginia are teaming up for Capitol Region HOV Awareness Day on Wednesday. Officers will be looking for HOV cheaters on Interstates 66, 95, 395, and 270, as well as the Dulles Toll Road and Route 50.
Tight budgets are forcing transportation leaders to make some tough choices about what regional projects should move forward and which ones will be delayed or possibly even canceled.
Tags: District Department of Transportation , DDOT , VDOT , Maryland State Highway Administration , Virginia Department of Transportation , Capital Beltway , Interstate 495 , Route 7 , Route 1 , Greenbelt , Father Hurley Boulevard , Wisteria Drive , Germantown Road , Columbia Pike , Sligo Creek Parkway , bike lanes , streetcars