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Welcome to Dulles Toll Road - Virginia Route 267

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E-ZPass Lane Conversion Work will Resume in January 2015

To ease congestion and increase convenience for drivers, 19 toll-lanes along the Dulles Toll Road will be converted from “exact change” to “E-ZPass only” over the next year. With seven lanes now converted, work has wrapped up for the holiday travel period. Lane conversion work will resume in January 2015.

During the conversion project, coin baskets will be removed and replaced by upgraded E-ZPass infrastructure.  To minimize congestion, lanes will be reconfigured one at a time, with each conversion taking two to four weeks.  When the project is complete, all toll plazas will still have at least one “full service” lane available.

Conversions are scheduled for unattended “exact change” lanes at the main toll plaza and exit ramps along the roadway.

Work Commencing in 2015:

Beginning Date

Direction

Location

Lane

  January 6

  Eastbound

  Leesburg Pike (Rt. 7)

  Far Right


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Next Up (upon completion of previous work):

Beginning Date

Direction

Exit

Lane

 (to be determined)

  Eastbound

  Spring Hill Road

  Far Right

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