The Express Lanes are a result of a public-private partnership between VDOT and Transurban. VDOT owns and oversees the Lanes while Transurban is responsible for the financing and operations.
Thanks to partnerships with other organizations, the Express Lanes continue to offer better and faster ways to travel throughout the area.
Virginia Department of Transportation
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) builds, maintains and operates the third largest state-maintained highway system in the country. That’s more than 58,000 miles of highway throughout Virginia. VDOT enters into public-private partnerships, like the one with Transurban, to help deliver on what the state needs to keep people moving.
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Transurban is a global leader in toll road financing, development, operations and technology across North America and Australia. It’s all made possible through its public-private partnerships. With more than 900-miles and counting of roads, tunnels and bridges, Transurban works with governments to offer people a better way to travel for years to come. Take the Express Lanes in the Washington, D.C. metro for example. Its more than 40 miles of roads serve millions of customers on the move.
Learn more about Transurban.
The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation
] The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) keeps people and goods moving throughout the state safely, affordably and reliably. Because when it comes to rail travel, public transportation and commuter services, DRPT has your back.
Learn more about DRPT.
The Federal Highway Administration
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) makes sure that America’s roads and highways continue to be among the safest and most technically sound in the world. It supports state and local governments to design, build and maintain the country’s highways as well as federally and tribal-owned lands.
Learn more about FHWA.