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Welcome to Dulles Toll Road - Virginia Route 267

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Welcome World Police and Fire Games Athletes and Visitors

Fairfax County is hosting 12,000 athletes and visitors from 70 countries in the region for the 2015 World Police and Fire Games June 26 - July 5. The Dulles Toll Road is the fastest way to travel to many of the event venues - especially with E-ZPass. Rental cars do not come equipped with E-ZPass transponders, so consider purchasing an E-ZPass On-the-Go transponder during your stay for more convenient toll transactions.

Closing ceremonies for the Games will be held on July 5 at Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA. Access to the park from the Toll Road is from the Westbound direction only. Access to the Toll Road from the park is in the Eastbound direction only. Traffic using this route will be subject to tolls. Use local roads for access to and from other points.

E-ZPass Lane Conversion Work Nearing Completion

To ease congestion and increase convenience for drivers, the Dulles Toll Road is in the process of converting 19 toll-lanes on various entrance and exit ramps from “exact change” to “E-ZPass only.”

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.

Final Lane Conversion:

Beginning Date




 July 7


 Fairfax Co. Parkway

 Far Right

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