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The closures begin Monday night in the eastbound lanes between the Capital Beltway and Route 50 in Fairfax County.
The bridge, which sits above the Beltway between Route 7 and I-66, was rebuilt as part of the HOT Lanes Project.
The expansion of the Potomac Mills Mall that led to the loss of more than 700 park-and-ride spaces has sent hundreds of commuters scrambling for alternatives.
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 , Dulles Toll Road , toll road , Route 7 , Route 50 , Virginia State Corporation Commission , Hank Silverberg
Did you know there's a season between winter and spring? It's pothole season.
If you travel on Interstate 66 on weekends or during off-peak hours your life could get a bit easier at the end of the month.
With yet another winter storm bearing down on the D.C. region, local road crews are assessing their salt stockpiles. The consensus is that there is enough to spread around.
You shovel the walk and clean off the windshield, but ignore the car roof. Should you be fined for that?
White zigzag lines jumping from one side of the road to another in Sterling are having a positive impact on speeding, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.
Tags: Washington & Old Dominion Trail , W&OD Trail , Lance Dougald , Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and , Adam Tuss , zigzags , road safety , Sterling , Sterling Boulevard , Belmont Ridge Road
The D.C. region has yet to get hit with a real winter wallop, but all the pre-treating and minor storms are still gobbling up snow budgets.