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Construction of the new Express Lanes on Interstate 95 in Northern Virginia has reopened the debate on why the project won't go all the way to the D.C. line.
Transportation Planning Board and Census Bureau statistics rank the drives to and from work in the Washington region as the worst in the country.
Drivers are expected to have access to the Beltway Express Lanes between Springfield and Dulles Toll Road by the end of the year.
Virginia is planning to make it easier and cheaper to buy an E-ZPass.
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is expected to approve a $1 billion financing plan for I-95/395 express lanes that would run from Garrisonville Road in Stafford County to about Edsall Road in Fairfax County.
There may never be a better time to put a carpool group together than right now.
It's a project that could significantly change the way you commute, but there are plenty of questions about how the express lanes being built on the Virginia side of the Capital Beltway will function.
WTOP has learned the new HOT lanes on the Capital Beltway will be formally designated as "Express Lanes" on highway signs, with an E-Z Pass logo positioned alongside.
A report commissioned by business leaders from the 2030 Group concludes the region is lacking a cohesive plan to effectively speed up our commutes.