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Posted on March 3, 2017 in: I-395
Earlier this week, Governor McAuliffe announced that Virginia had accepted a proposal from Transurban to extend the existing I-95 Express Lanes 8 miles north from Turkeycock Run near Edsall Road in Alexandria to the Washington, D.C. line.
Conversion of I-395 HOV lanes is a longstanding Alliance priority.
The Alliance applauds Governor Terry McAuliffe and VDOT for the decision to advance this critical regional improvement which will significantly reduce I-395 corridor congestion, provide an important 24/7 travel option to single occupant vehicles and ensure more reliable travel for HOV-3 and transit.
When completed in mid-2019, the project will bring much needed capacity improvements and travel options to corridor by:
Read more about the project to extend the 95 Express Lanes in the I-395 corridor here.
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