New Dulles Toll Road Rates Take Effect January 1

Published: December 27, 2018

75¢ increase at main toll plaza, 50¢ increase on ramps

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Effective January 1, 2019, the toll rate for passenger vehicles at the Main Toll Plaza on the Dulles Toll Road will increase to $3.25 at the main toll plaza, and to $1.50 on ramps. 

New Toll Rates Effective January 1, 2019

Vehicle Type Main Toll Plaza On/Off Ramps
2 Axles $3.25 $1.50
3 Axles $6.50 $3.00
4 Axles $7.75 $3.50
5 Axles $9.00 $4.00
6 or More Axles $10.25 $4.50

 

The 2019 toll increase was approved by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Directors following a public comment period in 2018 that included three public meetings throughout the Dulles Corridor and an online forum. 

The rate adjustments are necessary for the Airports Authority to fulfill its commitment to operate and maintain the Dulles Toll Road and to construct the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. That commitment is contained in agreements with the Commonwealth of Virginia and local governments in Northern Virginia, and is based in substantial part on the parties’ agreement that funding for the Metrorail Project is to come from Dulles Toll Road revenues, as well as contributions by the federal government, the Commonwealth, Fairfax and Loudoun counties, and the Airports Authority.

Under its agreement with the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Airports Authority assumed responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the Dulles Toll Road for a 50-year period beginning in November 2008. For more information about the Dulles Toll Road and the rate setting process, visit www.dullestollroad.com.

About the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority 
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operates the U.S. Capital Region’s gateways to the nation and the world, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport, as well as the Dulles Airport Access Highway, the Dulles Toll Road and construction of the Silver Line project, a 23-mile extension of the Metrorail public transit system through northern Virginia. A record 46.6 million passengers passed through the two airports in 2017.