95 Express Lanes

The 95 Express Lanes, opening in December 2014, will use dynamic tolling that will adjust tolls based on real-time traffic conditions, video technology capable of identifying accidents, and a series of electronic signs to communicate with drivers and state troopers to ensure enforcement.

Ridesharing on the 95 Express Lanes

Carpoolers can use the 95 Express Lanes toll-free at any time of day. To use the Express Lanes toll-free, you need three or more people in your vehicle and an E-ZPass® Flex set to HOV mode. E-ZPass Flex works like a standard E-ZPass® but lets you switch between HOV and toll-paying modes. The switchable E-ZPass Flex lets us know you are a carpooler so that you won't be charged a toll. E-ZPass Flex works like a standard E-ZPass on all other Virginia toll roads and wherever E-ZPass is accepted – regardless of the position of the switch. Mandatory E-ZPass and enhanced enforcement mean fewer violators.

The 95 Express lanes are reversible, much the same as the I-95 HOV lanes are today. Please note the schedule is approximate and will vary based on real-time traffic conditions. Some entry points will close or open before others. No matter when you travel, remember to pay close attention to on-road signage and gates. If an access point is open to traffic, you're able to enter the Express Lanes. Never attempt to enter or exit the Express Lanes via an access point that is closed or is in the process of closing.

95 Express Lanes Approximate Schedule

Weekdays
Midnight - 2:30 a.m. – closed
2:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. – open northbound
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – closed
1 p.m. to midnight – open southbound

Saturday
Midnight to 2 p.m. – open southbound
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. – closed
4 p.m. to midnight – open northbound

Sunday
All day, until midnight – open northbound

For more information, visit expresslanes.com.

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Bikes counted

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110 Trail
558
14th Street Bridge
1997
Arlington Mill Trail
325
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
251
CC Connector
722
Clarendon EB bike lane
216
Custis Bon Air Park
917
Custis Rosslyn
1444
Fairfax EB bike lane
149
Joyce St NB
38
Joyce St SB
24
Key Bridge East
1140
Key Bridge West
735
Military NB bike lane
33
Military SB bike lane
28
MVT Airport South
2429
Quincy NB bike lane
125
Quincy SB bike lane
75
Roosevelt Bridge
478
Rosslyn Bikeometer
0
TR Island Bridge
1203
WOD Bon Air Park
794
WOD Bon Air West
1265
WOD Columbia Pike
0
WOD East Falls Church
1031
Wilson WB bike lane
255

Peds counted

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110 Trail
624
14th Street Bridge
261
Arlington Mill Trail
643
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
398
CC Connector
624
Custis Bon Air Park
462
Custis Rosslyn
509
Joyce St NB
90
Joyce St SB
102
Key Bridge East
2720
Key Bridge West
1484
MVT Airport South
391
Roosevelt Bridge
137
TR Island Bridge
931
WOD Bon Air Park
656
WOD Bon Air West
698
WOD Columbia Pike
0
WOD East Falls Church
372

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