Tolling on the Dominion Boulevard Veterans Bridge in Chesapeake started just after midnight Thursday morning.
The deadline for Norfolk and Portsmouth residents to sign up for VDOT’s new toll relief program is Wednesday.
Tolling on the Dominion Boulevard Veterans Bridge in Chesapeake began at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.
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During peak hours, the passenger vehicle rate will jump from $1.50 to $1.95.
Motorists who use the the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge will be seeing a toll increase in 2017.
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.