If you have an old bill from Elizabeth River Crossings that you haven’t settled, you may want to call them before Friday evening.
Only three percent of those qualified to settle with ERC have done so.
Woodsmall’s last day at ERC will be June 30.
Elizabeth River Crossings has reached a settlement with a Portsmouth resident who owed more than $21,000 in tolls and skyrocketing fees.
Elizabeth River Crossings is announcing a change in the way it does business.
Portsmouth police want Elizabeth River Tunnels to help them gain insight into the crimes.
With the hiring of transportation administrator Philip Shucet as the company’s new CEO, there are visible changes to ERC.
To qualify for the program, drivers must live in Norfolk or Portsmouth, earn $30,000 or less per year and have or open an E-ZPass account.
Elizabeth River Crossings will issue 842 refund checks to customers who were victims of excessive toll fines, the company’s CEO says.
This is the first time money made from the tolls will be used to support transit in Hampton Roads.
Virginia Secretary of Transportation Layne is expected to discuss the high occupancy vehicle lanes on Interstate 64.
10 On Your Side sat down with ERC’s new CEO, and he laid out a plan which deals with settlements for ERC customers.
Bill West had been fighting Elizabeth River Crossings for using a service road parallel to the Midtown Tunnel.
The governor, joined by local and state officials, announced several reforms for the toll violation collections of Elizabeth River Crossings…
Shucet, the former commissioner of VDOT, is taking over for Gregory Woodsmall, the former CEO of ERC.