95 Express Lanes Opening December 14th
 
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The 95 Express Lanes between Stafford County and Fairfax County are opening Sunday, December 14th.

From Dec 15th to Dec 28th there will be no tolls to drive in the express lanes however current HOV rules will continue to be in effect during rush hour until tolling commences. Tolling will begin on Monday, December 29th and all drivers will need an E-ZPass or E-ZPass Flex to use the express lanes 24/7.

The I-95 Express Lanes bring a new kind of travel to the I-95 corridor, aimed to provide drivers and transit users with easier, more predictable trips along the 29-mile corridor. Click here to learn more about the new Express Lanes including access points and new signage.

If you don't carpool on I-95, you will need a standard E-ZPass which will allow you to pay a toll to travel on the Express Lanes any time of day. Your existing E-ZPass will work. Carpool, slug or travel frequently with three or more people in the vehicle? You'll travel on the Express Lanes for free with an E-ZPass Flex set in HOV mode.

E-ZPass and E-ZPass Flex are available online, by calling Virginia E-ZPass at (877)762-7824 and at a number of retail locations. For more information on 95 Express Lanes and E-ZPass, visit 95ExpressLanes.com.

Get Ready for a Faster, More Reliable Travel Option

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