Beginning January 1, new driving rules go into effect making senior drivers renew their licenses in a shorter time and at a younger age.
Click here to see VDOT’s latest schedule for lane closures and weeknight ramp closures on I-264.
Elizabeth River Crossings announced Wednesday it has successfully improved tolling at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
Just as tolls at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels are about to go up, some people are saying enough is enough.
One family in Portsmouth decided to sell their home because of tolls at the Downtown and Midtown Tunnels.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will suspend most highway work zones for several days over the New Year’s holiday.
Due to a significant gas leak, a portion of Jefferson Avenue will be closed Tuesday for repairs.
Traffic is moving slowly along Interstate 64 at High Rise Bridge due to two accidents, Monday.
If you’re a commuter who drives to and from work five days a week through a tunnel – expect to pay $12.50 a week or $650 a year.
Hampton Roads commuters will face higher tunnel tolls in 2015.
Traffic in the 3200 block of Shore is being re-routed onto Vista Circle. Northbound traffic is free flowing.
A westbound section of Interstate 264 was closed in Portsmouth Wednesday, due to standing water on the roadway.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has issued its list of vehicles performing the best in its safety tests for 2015.
A multi-vehicle crash inside the Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel caused major traffic delays in Newport News.
Dispatch received the report of the crash near Greenwood Drive, around 7:15 p.m.
A state senator has asked Virginia’s attorney general to give his two cents on the legality of Elizabeth River Crossings’ late fees.
An accident on westbound Interstate 64, just east of Lee Hall, caused traffic delays during the morning commute.
In case you forgot, here are the specifics about the coming increase in tolls rates at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
New express lanes have opened on Interstate 95 in northern Virginia.
The Virginia Department of Transportation will close the London Bridge Road off-ramp on eastbound I-264 next week.
The agency’s governing board voted to spend more than $3 million for the project.