The General Assembly convenes January 11, 2017.
Starting Thursday, residents in Norfolk and Portsmouth can begin applying to take advantage of VDOT’s new Toll Relief program.
Virginia is working to improve roads, bridges and tunnels in Hampton Roads in order to ease congestion — but that comes at a cost.
The bottom line: If you commute through the tunnel five days a week, you’ll be shelling out about $80 a month just to work.
The new year will mean higher tolls for drivers who use the Midtown and Downtown Tunnels.
Officials with Elizabeth River Tunnels say a fee reduction offer E-ZPass customers has been extended through Saturday.
The plan, delivered Friday, shows the company complied by launching data sampling of its toll transactions in September.
10 On Your Side’s Lex Gray uncovers how state officials are keeping Elizabeth River Tunnels accountable.
An application process for the Toll Relief program will begin Dec. 1 and continue through Feb. 15, 2017.
The conversion to HOT/Express lanes will impact the stretch of I-64 from the I-264 interchange up to Interstate 564.
Old Dominion University released a new report Thursday about transportation in Hampton Roads.
The lanes will be open from 5:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., Monday through Friday, to help ease congestion from Portsmouth to Norfolk.
Edmund Bolds received 10 court summonses earlier this month, showing he owed more than $4,000.
A Portsmouth family filed a claim in small claims court against Elizabeth River Tunnels, after they received what they felt was an unfair to…
VDOT is warning E-ZPass Virginia users of a scam aimed at getting access to your information and getting you to opening your wallet.