Some are hoping a new year brings a better outlook for homeowners, especially in Portsmouth.
A local family has to go to court because of unpaid toll bills from the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge.
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.
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.
A state senator has asked Virginia’s attorney general to give his two cents on the legality of Elizabeth River Crossings’ late fees.
In case you forgot, here are the specifics about the coming increase in tolls rates at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
Elizabeth River Tunnels has an early Christmas present for drivers in Hampton Roads — no weekend tunnel closures until the new year.
Elizabeth River Crossings says it has ironed out its toll billing problems, and will resume sending violation notices.
The museum’s director calls underlying influences which contribute to lower numbers as a ‘perfect storm.’
Tunnel toll hikes are coming, and 10 On Your Side is looking into the impact it will have on truckers, and by extension, the local economy.
Many local drivers say they avoid tolled tunnels, as much as possible. So, what happens when the price of tolls goes up even more?
Will coming toll increases drive down the local economy? Andy Fox looks at the impact of nine months of tolls to answer that question.
Interstate 264 West at the Downtown Tunnel will undergo nightly closures this week, due to construction.