The final report detailing the results of the sound wall voting has been approved.
Transurban and Virginia Department of Transportation launch 2018 “Orange Cones. No Phones.” campaign to reduce distracted driving in 395 Express Lanes work zone.
Since 2008, Transurban has been active in the local community through the Express Lanes Community Grant Program. To date, more than $750,000 has been awarded to organizations in Northern Virginia.
Some residents along the I-395 project corridor will be able to vote for sound walls in their community. Learn more about the walls, the voting process, and who to contact with questions.
Reliable and faster travel choices coming on I-395 Corridor
I-395 HOV lanes to close during overnight periods from March 8 to March 12 as crews advance preliminary work to prepare for construction in summer 201
Milestone marks major advance toward expanding reliable travel choices on I-95/395 corridor
Funds Help Strengthen Police-Community Partnerships and Provide Medical Care to Homeless
Transurban to host an Industry Outreach meeting on March 23, 2016.
What happens when high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes are converted to Express Lanes? Projects in cities across the country show positive results for bus riders and transit providers
New grant program supports direct-impact communities in the I-395 corridor
Commonwealth to fix the bottleneck at the southern end of I-95 Express Lanes in Stafford County; 395 Express Lanes to be extended to the DC line