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I-395 Express Lanes Extension, VA
Owner: Virginia Department of Transportation
Location: Turkeycock Run near Edsall Road in Alexandria, VA to the Washington, D.C. border
Project Cost: $336 million
Project Type: Highway & Bridges, Plants and Paving | Procurement Type: Design-Build
State: Virginia | Status: Ongoing
The project will extend the Interstate 395 Express Lanes from Fairfax County through Alexandria and Arlington in Virginia to the Washington, D.C. line. The toll lanes will be extended for eight miles north from Turkeycock Run near Edsall Road in Alexandria to the vicinity of Eads Street in Arlington near the Pentagon.
The project will add a third reversible HOT lane on I-395, accessible for free by vehicles with three or more occupants and an E-ZPass Flex transponder, or for a toll by all others.
The improvements primarily are being built within the existing footprint of the I-395 HOV lanes.
- Extending express lanes to the vicinity of Eads Street
- Providing new travel options for single-occupant drivers
- Installing an active traffic management system to keep traffic moving
- Improving connections between the I-395 Express Lanes and Eads Street
- Providing dedicated annual funding for transit
Benefits/Positive Aspects to Community:
For drivers chugging along an eight-mile stretch of the I-395 corridor, the 395 Express Lanes Extension project will ease traffic congestion―and the tension of the daily commute. For nearby neighborhoods, sound walls will subdue the traffic noise.
The project will provide more options for faster and more reliable travel in one of the most heavily traveled corridors in the country and expand the region’s network of express lanes.