Overview

Project Update

On February 3, 2011, Secretary Sean T. Connaughton announced a new I-95 HOV/HOT Lane project that will run from Garrisonville Road in Stafford County to Edsall Road in Fairfax County.

Read the Feb. 3, 2011 news release.

This new project will create approximately 29 miles of HOV/HOT Lanes on I-95. This project will add capacity to the existing HOV Lanes from the Prince William Parkway to the vicinity of Edsall Road; improve the existing two HOV lanes for six miles from Route 234 to the Prince William Parkway. A 9-mile reversible two-lane extension of the existing HOV lanes from Dumfries to Garrisonville Road in Stafford County will help to alleviate the worst traffic bottleneck in the region.

As a separate project, plans are also being advanced to construct a direct ramp from the existing HOV lanes on I-395 to Seminary Road which will connect the Mark Center site to this expanded regional transit and HOV network. The ramp will be restricted to transit and HOV use only. Click here for more information on the Mark Center project.

Click here to read the letter sent by Secretary Connaughton to the affected jurisdictions about these new projects dated February 3, 2011.

I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes Information Line

1-855-895-4646

I-95/HOV/HOT Lanes Email Inquiries

[email protected]

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Lane Closures

Intermittent lane closures are scheduled to conduct road bed testing along the I-95 reversible HOV lanes. Please refer to the lane closures page for details.

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FAQs

Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions (PDF).

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Documents

Click here for public records, presentations and other detailed information.

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News

Media Contact:

Joan Morris

VDOT Public Affairs Manager

Northern Virginia District

Office: 703.259.1799

Mobile: 571.238.5030

www.virginiadot.org

Visit the Featured Headlines and Current Alerts pages for breaking news, articles of interest and construction updates.

2011 Releases

February 3, 2011

Virginia advances new I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes project