Dulles Toll Road joins the Virginia Department of Transportation in
suspending manual toll collections beginning Monday, April 6; toll booths will be unattended
The Dulles Toll Road will suspend manual toll collecting until further notice beginning Monday, April 6 due to COVID-19; toll booths will be unattended
In support of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) statewide response to COVID-19 and for the safety of the traveling public, effective Monday, April 6, 2020, at 12:01 a.m., the Dulles Toll Road will remove all personnel from toll booths and suspend cash-exchange toll collections. Only electronic and exact change coin payments will be accepted. Motorists without E-ZPass, other electronic forms of payment or exact change will receive bills through the mail.
All Plaza and Ramp Lanes are Equipped for Electronic Tolling
All lanes and toll booths on the Dulles Toll Road are equipped with electronic tolling features. Any lane can be used with a valid E-ZPass account or other form of electronic tolling. Customers can visit E-ZPass Virginia at https://www.ezpassva.com/ for information on how to obtain an E-ZPass, or the GoToll mobile phone app at https://www.gotoll.com/.
Exact Change Coin Lanes
Booths will be unattended and will require exact change coins only to pay tolls in these lanes. Customers without a form of electronic payment will be required to have exact change coins of $3.25 at the Main Plaza and $1.50 at each ramp exit.
Motorists passing through the cash lanes without exact change will be sent a payment notice by mail. While these will be labeled violations, the administrative fees will be waived. If toll-lane cameras identify a license plate associated with an E-ZPass account, that account will be charged for the transaction.
Customers are encouraged to visit https://www.tollroadsinvirginia.com/ViolationToll/PayViolation for information on paying toll violations in Virginia.
We thank drivers for their understanding as we strive to protect our customers and employees.