Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority

Welcome to Dulles Toll Road - Virginia Route 267

What's New

Enter NOW Online for our 30th Anniversary E-ZPass Give-Away

In appreciation for 30 years of support from drivers, the Dulles Toll Road gave away 30 On-the-Go Transponders on October 1. One On-the-Go Transponder will be given away every day for the rest of the month of October.

Each transponder is preloaded with $15.00 in toll credits, and if the transponder is registered online, an additional $20.00 will be added to the account (for a total value of $35).

Everyone is eligible to enter--click here!

Duplicate entries will not be accepted, and each entrant may only receive one prize during this promotion. Any selected winners who do not respond to our contact within 10 days will forfeit the prize.

Construction Advisories

E-ZPass Lane Conversion Work Shifts to Centreville Road Interchange

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.

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:

Beginning Date




  Oct. 14, 2014


  Centreville Rd Onramp

  Far Right

Next Up (upon completion of previous work):

Beginning Date




(Upon previous completion)


Main Toll Plaza

3rd Lane from the Left

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.

Follow Twitter @Dulles_Toll_Rd or Facebook /DullesTollRoad for updates on construction.

Nightly Pavement Repairs Scheduled Oct. 13 Through Nov. 9

Selected Dulles Toll Road ramps and lanes are scheduled to close nightly (weather permitting) from 9:30 p.m. until 5 a.m. Oct. 13 through Nov. 9 for pavement repair and improvements. One lane of traffic will be maintained in the work areas. Variable message signs will be posted onsite in advance of the work so motorists can plan for the upcoming overnight road work. Please use caution when driving in construction areas.

The affected work areas are:

  • Eastbound Dulles Toll Road near Route 28
  • Ramp from Wiehle Avenue to DTR Eastbound
  • Ramp from Hunter Mill Road to DTR Westbound
  • Ramp from Hunter Mill Road to DTR Eastbound

Toll Road Services

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Toll Violation


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