E-ZPass Lane Conversion Work Shifts to Next Scheduled Dulles Toll Road Interchange

Published: September 29, 2014

Work Begins Sept. 30, 2014, at West-Bound Sully Road Exit
Right-Most Lane

Work on the next planned conversion of an “exact change” lane to an “E-ZPass only” lane on the Dulles Toll Road will commence Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014, at the Sully Road (Rt. 28) interchange. The previous lane conversion to E-ZPass was recently completed along the westbound ramp from the Dulles Toll Road to the Fairfax County Parkway. The ongoing project to convert 19 toll lanes from “exact change” to “E-ZPass only” will continue over the next year. Lanes will be converted one at a time until the project is complete.

Work Commencing:

Beginning Date

Direction

Exit

Lane

Sept. 30, 2014

Westbound

Sully Road (Rt. 28) South

Far Right


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Next Up (upon completion of previous work):

Beginning Date

Direction

Exit

Lane

(Upon previous completion)

Eastbound

Centreville Rd (Rt. 657)

Far Right

Construction advisories will be issued prior to construction on new lanes, announcing which lane will undergo work, as well as which toll plaza will be converted next.

Because traffic congestion may occur in work areas, drivers are encouraged to plan their travels accordingly. Drivers can check www.DullesTollRoad.com or follow on Twitter @Dulles_Toll_Rd or Facebook for updates on construction.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, established in 1987 by the governments of Virginia and the District of Columbia, manages and operates Ronald Reagan Washington National and Washington Dulles International airports, which together serve more than 40 million passengers a year. The Airports Authority also operates and maintains the Dulles Airport Access Road and the Dulles Toll Road and manages construction of the Silver Line project, a 23-mile extension of the Washington region’s Metrorail system into Loudoun County, Virginia. No tax dollars are used to operate the toll road, which is funded by toll revenues, or the airports, which are funded through aircraft landing fees, rents and revenues from concessions. The Silver Line construction is funded by a combination of toll-road revenues, airport contributions and federal, state and local government appropriations. The Airports Authority is led by a 17-member board of directors, appointed by the governors of Virginia, Maryland, the mayor of Washington, D.C., and the president of the United States, and generates more than 387,000 jobs and 4.5 percent of GDP in the National Capital Region.