Toll Setting Process

Dulles Toll Road 

Toll rates on the Dulles Toll Road are set by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which is responsible for operating, maintaining and improving the toll road. Toll rates may be adjusted by the Airports Authority only after the completion of a public rate setting process during which the Airports Authority conducts one or more public hearings on proposed rate adjustments and obtains comments on the adjustments from the public. In addition, toll rates may be adjusted only after the Airports Authority consults with the Dulles Corridor Advisory Committee. The current toll rates are the result of a public rate setting process that took place in 2012.

In 2018, the Airports Authority will consider adjustments to the Dulles Toll Road toll rates using the rate setting process noted above. In the coming months, the Airports Authority will conduct two public hearings on a published set of proposed toll rate adjustments, will provide an opportunity to all members of the public to make written comments on the proposed adjustments (both during and outside of the public hearings), and will make a materials related to the proposed adjustments available on this web site.  Final action on the proposed rate adjustments will be taken by the Airports Authority’s Board of Directors only after the conclusion of this public toll rate setting process.

It is anticipated that the 2018 toll rate setting process will begin this summer.

This website will be updated regularly throughout this process with information, including a public hearing schedule and online portal for the submission of public comments.

Please check back in the future for information regarding opportunities to learn about and participate in the 2018 DTR toll rate setting process.