Dulles Greenway

Dulles Greenway The Dulles Greenway is a privately owned 14-mile toll road that connects Washington Dulles International Airport with Leesburg, Virginia.
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THE GREENWAY ANNOUNCES COMPLETION OF $20 MILLION ROAD IMPROVEMENTSNew road improvements will alleviate morning and eveni...
08/27/2020

THE GREENWAY ANNOUNCES COMPLETION
OF $20 MILLION ROAD IMPROVEMENTS

New road improvements will alleviate morning and evening peak congestion for commuters in the Northern Virginia region

Sterling, VA (August 27, 2020) – Today TRIP II, the owner and operator of the Greenway, announced the completion of two capital improvement projects at the eastern and western ends of the road that are now open to commuters. TRIP II has invested nearly $20 million in this most recent 20-month capital works program with approximately $3 million in further works to be completed over the next 18 months. The two completed projects were undertaken in partnership with Dewberry and Shirley Construction on the design and construction of these improvements.

The completed improvement project at the east end of the facility includes the addition of a lane that extends from the Greenway’s mainline plaza along the Dulles Toll Road to Centreville Road, which will ease morning peak congestion and improve the safety of the merge between Greenway customers and traffic entering the Dulles Toll Road from Route 28 and Dulles International Airport. At the west end of the Greenway the ramp to the Leesburg Bypass was reconfigured to accommodate increased Battlefield Parkway traffic (un-tolled) and help alleviate evening peak congestion. Additionally, a planned joint project with Loudoun County and the Town of Leesburg will extend a lane along the westbound Leesburg Bypass, a public road, between the Greenway and northbound King Street to improve the congestion and safety of both roads through that area.

“The completion of these road improvements demonstrates the Greenway’s ongoing commitment to providing a safer, more reliable and more efficient driving experience for Northern Virginia commuters and the regions’ visitors,” said Renée Hamilton, CEO of the Dulles Greenway. “In a region that is in need of solutions for traffic and congestion, these projects are another example of the integral role the Greenway plays in optimizing the regional transportation network.”

The Greenway is dedicated to delivering a high-quality experience to consumers in Northern Virginia. These road improvements have been designed to increase the capacity of the road at critical choke points to help reduce travel times and stress during the morning and evening peak periods.

For more information about the Dulles Greenway and its recent road improvement projects, please visit https://www.dullesgreenway.com/.

About TRIP II/Dulles Greenway
Toll Road Investors Partnership II, L.P. (TRIP II), headquartered in Sterling, Virginia, owns and operates the Dulles Greenway. The Dulles Greenway is a privately owned 14-mile toll road that provides a non-stop connection between Washington Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, Virginia. Dedicated to providing a safe, efficient, and reliable transportation solution for communities in Northern Virginia since 1995, the Dulles Greenway has stood as an innovative model for advancing infrastructure through public and private cooperation.

07/22/2020

DULLES GREENWAY APPOINTS RENÉE N. HAMILTON AS CEO

VDOT Executive Brings Decades of Experience to TRIP II Toll Road in Loudoun County

Sterling, VA (July 21, 2020) –TRIP II, the owner and operator of the Dulles Greenway, announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Renée N. Hamilton as Chief Executive Officer.

“We are fortunate to have someone of Renée Hamilton’s caliber and experience step into this role,” said Pierce Homer, TRIP II Board Member and former Virginia Secretary of Transportation. “Renée is incredibly collaborative and a valuable expert on infrastructure and transportation operations. Her experience and commitment to the community and the Commonwealth will be invaluable, especially at this important moment as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to see improving mobility in the region putting more traffic on our region’s roadways.

Ms. Hamilton joins the Greenway following a distinguished 32-year career at the Virginia Department of Transportation, where she served most recently as Deputy District Administrator for Northern Virginia. She studied Civil Engineering at South Carolina State University and holds a master’s degree in Civil Engineering Management from Old Dominion University.

“I am delighted to be joining the team at the Greenway,” said Ms. Hamilton. “Clearly, transportation issues are always on the minds of Northern Virginians, and the Dulles Greenway has been an innovative and vital part of our regional transportation network for the past 25 years—investing in the community and providing a safer, faster, and more reliable transportation experience in and around Loudoun County.”

Ms. Hamilton’s arrival, along with new independent board member Secretary Pierce Homer, underscores the Greenway’s commitment to building a team with unique transportation expertise and deep understanding of Northern Virginia and the Commonwealth.

About TRIP II/Dulles Greenway

Toll Road Investors Partnership II, L.P. (TRIP II), headquartered in Sterling, Virginia, owns and operates the Dulles Greenway. The Dulles Greenway is a privately owned 14-mile toll road that provides a non-stop connection between Washington Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, Virginia. Dedicated to providing a safe, efficient and reliable transportation solution for communities in Northern Virginia since 1995, the Dulles Greenway has stood as an innovative model for advancing infrastructure through public and private cooperation.

05/19/2020

Free tolls for healthcare professionals and first responders.

In recognition of the incredible work being undertaken by our healthcare professionals and first responders in response to COVID-19, and the ongoing danger they continue to put themselves in on the front-line to ensure the safety of our community, Dulles Greenway has implemented a program to allow these patrons to travel for free on our road during COVID-19. This program is part of a global initiative by Atlas Arteria, the effective owner of the Dulles Greenway, to recognize our healthcare workers and first responders, and is in addition to the temporary waiving of unpaid toll administrative fees. It will cover the period from April 1st to June 30th 2020 and may be extended further.

Eligible customers include:

Registered healthcare and medical practitioners, nurses and caregivers working in hospitals, urgent care facilities, doctor’s offices, aged care or disability facilities, or other healthcare premises;

Paramedics, ambulance officers and those involved in emergency patient transfer;

Fire fighters; and

Law enforcement officers.

Where customers do not meet the full criteria for toll reimbursement, but have been impacted by COVID-19, consideration will be given on a case-by-case basis and a partial reimbursement may be offered.

To access the program, customers must email all required information and supporting materials to [email protected].

Please note that the Dulles Toll Road $1.50 ramp toll collected at the Greenway mainline plaza will continue to be charged to all customers continuing to or coming from the Dulles Toll Road.

Required Information
Your Details:
First Name
Last Name
Address
Contact Number
Email
Vehicle Information:
License plate number
State your vehicle is registered
E-ZPass Account Number
E-ZPass tag number

Proof of eligibility
A scanned copy of official identification of your role or other proof of current employment.

FAQ

How will the toll reimbursement work?

While the toll reimbursement covers the period 1 April to 30 June, tolls will continue to be charged to your E-ZPass account but will be offset by a reimbursement that will be sent directly into your E-ZPass account.

How do I receive the toll reimbursement?

To participate in the reimbursement program, please email the required information to [email protected] along with all necessary supporting materials. Please note that due to our own internal COVID-19 safety measures and the impacts on our staff, it may take us some time to get back to you.

With warmest regards,



Dulles Greenway Management

08/15/2018

Retweeted Loudoun Free Clinic (@LFCsaveslives):

Loudoun Free Clinic was recently featured in Health & Wellness section of the Summer 2018 Edition of Loudouner Magazine. We are proud to serve the uninsured residents of Loudoun County! #nonprofit #healthcare https://t.co/oqKL3C8GiA

08/13/2018

Retweeted ECHO (@ECHOLeesburg):

ECHO is looking for enthusiastic members of the community to volunteer for the Tour de ECHO! If biking isn't your thing, but you want to be a part of the action, volunteer today! Contact Erica at [email protected] for more information!
#nonprofits #loudoun #volunteer

Retweeted LoudounHungerRelief (@LoudounHunger):We distributed more than 1,000 pounds at the Sterling Library yesterday! ...
08/09/2018
JK Community Farm on Twitter

Retweeted LoudounHungerRelief (@LoudounHunger):

We distributed more than 1,000 pounds at the Sterling Library yesterday! Fantastic fresh, nutritious food for the Loudoun community. #WeBelieveNoOneShouldBeHungry https://t.co/kzRDWGA7le

“We are approaching the 8,000 pounds harvested milestone! Today we harvested 874 pounds of tomatoes🍅 and shipped off more than 2,500 pounds of fresh produce! . . . . #jkcommunityfarm #communityfarm #farm #jkmoving #whatmattersmost #loudoun #loudouncou… https://t.co/IdJyaMZGd6”

08/08/2018

Retweeted LoudounHungerRelief (@LoudounHunger):

1673 lbs of fresh produce and other items are in their way to a pop-up produce market @LoudounLibrary #Sterling 2-3pm Thx to @GreenwayRt267 volunteers @JKCommunityFarm for beautiful lettuce and @SamsClub for peaches and pineapples #WeBelieveNoOneShouldBeHungry https://t.co/hQedhrlJKE

08/08/2018

Our staff will be volunteering @LoudounHunger pop-up pantry today at the Sterling Library! #givingback #communityoutreach #Loudoun

07/25/2018

Retweeted ECHO (@ECHOLeesburg):

Thanks to @GreenwayRt267 and the Little Proposal Shop for sponsoring Sep 15 Tour de ECHO Cycling Fundraiser for #PWD! We appreciate longstanding support from Greenway and are excited to welcome LPS as a new sponsor. https://t.co/A3fSH4IZr7 Visit https://t.co/r0hbYredeq to sponsor https://t.co/mRiHGjg0Wb

07/18/2018

Retweeted DCMP (@DullesMetrorail):

Nighttime Lane Closures on Eastbound Dulles Access Highway and @GreenwayRt267 - Wednesday, July 18
https://t.co/LVB6Hlyz1Y

ECHO
06/29/2018

ECHO

Thank you Dulles Greenway for providing the "...biggest day of charitable giving in Loudoun County!" Such a generous donation will enhance our transportation to enable #PWD to continue to get from their homes to ECHO, jobs and the community. We appreciate you!

Loudoun Free Clinic
06/29/2018

Loudoun Free Clinic

Board of Director Members Dr. John Cook, Dr. Alison deVazeille, Chuck Birdie and Barbara Combs represented Loudoun Free Clinic at the check presentation luncheon today. Thank you, Dulles Greenway, for your $45,000 donation from the Drive for Charity and for your ongoing support! #dullesgreenway #driveforcharity #loveloudoun

06/28/2018

Retweeted March of Dimes MDNCA (@MODMDNCA):

Thank you to Dulles Greenway for supporting March of Dimes year after year with funds raised during Drive for Charity! This year $45,000 was donated to support NICU Family Support! https://t.co/EE4kcR2AX9

06/28/2018

Retweeted ECHO (@ECHOLeesburg):

Thank you Dulles Greenway for providing the "...biggest day of charitable giving in Loudoun County!" Such a generous donation will enhance our transportation to enable #PWD to continue to get from their homes to ECHO, jobs and the community. We appreciate you! @GreenwayRt267 https://t.co/kHL21sVPdX

06/25/2018

Retweeted ECHO (@ECHOLeesburg):

Thank you to the Dulles Greenway for sponsoring our 23rd Annual Tennis Classic Event! @GreenwayRt267 https://t.co/wzc78Jph9Z

06/23/2018

Retweeted Loudoun Co. Govt. (@LoudounCoGovt):

#Loudoun officials announce nighttime closures on the Dulles Greenway
June 25-June 29, 2018, due to work on the Rt. 772 Transit Connector
Bridge. https://t.co/tk3sJkwj7b https://t.co/Czp0lYquoy

06/21/2018

Exit 1A WB Greenway has been reopened! Earlier crash has been cleared #vatraffic

06/21/2018

Retweeted Danielle's DCTraffic 🚗🚙🚕 (@deedeverell):

VA-267/Dulles Greenway westbound, RAMP TO x1/VA-7 CLOSED with an overturned box truck. Use x2/ to Battlefield Pkwy instead. #VATraffic https://t.co/DSwDVOh0Af

06/21/2018

WB GREENWAY:Exit 1B is shut down due to overturned box truck. Please take Battlefied Parkway exit. #vatraffic

06/21/2018

Retweeted DCMP (@DullesMetrorail):

Nighttime Lane Closures on Eastbound @GreenwayRt267 and Dulles Toll Road, and Road Closure of a Section of Eastbound Dulles Access Highway - Thursday, June 21
https://t.co/jPzpUlbAiM

06/19/2018

Retweeted WTOP Traffic (@WTOPtraffic):

#Sterling: VA-28 NB before VA-606/Old Ox Rd - disabled vehicle blocks the right lane #vatraffic

See WTOP’s full list of traffic incidents at https://t.co/8oXVxpzeb1

06/01/2018

Retweeted DCMP (@DullesMetrorail):

Overnight Detour on the Eastbound Dulles Access Highway, Lane Closures on the Eastbound @Dulles_Toll_Rd and @GreenwayRt267 - Friday, June 1
https://t.co/0wEaP50BO5

05/23/2018

Retweeted Loudoun Free Clinic (@LFCsaveslives):

Join us for Loudoun Free Clinic's 2nd Annual Topgolf Fundraiser Thursday, June 7 from 5-9 @ Topgolf Ashburn! Bring the family & celebrate the end of school year! Tickets $95, children 12-under $50. Sponsorships available! https://t.co/mQ5AEQarV7 https://t.co/QPvL2qskrt

05/20/2018

Retweeted Loudoun Abused W S (@lcsjlaws):

Thank you so much to everyone who drove on the Dulles Greenway on May 17th for Drive for Charity!
This funding is so important to 6 Loudoun nonprofits, including LAWS! This funding enables us to further our... https://t.co/ZrBIUaQgqF

05/18/2018

Retweeted MDTA (@TheMDTA):

A messy Friday afternoon commute on tap. Take your time and leave extra braking distance. Stay alert for standing water on roadways. Reduce chances of hydroplaning by slowing down, avoid hard braking or turning sharply. Keep those headlights on! https://t.co/lvcdcrP781

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22375 Broderick Dr #260
Sterling, VA
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I got a toll violation in the mail today . Got to watch their ways of sending out violations , My EZPASS records show my vehicle paying the toll . Giving them the benefit of the doubt i am sure this was a mistake. However i am going on record by sending a letter to the Virginia attorney general advising them of the Dulles Greenway of their reckless accusations . Word to the wise check your records before you pay ! Also this road is not owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia , it is owned by private investors i applaud them for building it because the Commonwealth seems to not be able to fix transportation issues and and against my reasons not to use it ......i do use it because its worth most of the time i am not sitting in a traffic jam. One last note i was a Virginia Resident for more than 20 years before i moved back to West Virginia.
Just got a note from Dulles Greenway! My transponder failed and they want to charge me an ADMIN fee. No way to test the transponder and I had money on the account. EZ Pass realized this and fixed it but Dulles Greenway cannot???? Dulles Greenway gets paid from this one FUNDED account. They state they will take the admin fee from $25 to $10?? Seriously, tell me how to test my transponder PRIOR to getting on their road. Horrible experience when calling as they simply state call the EZ Pass line! I refuse to pay an ADMIN fee when they have access to funded account that is linked to my license plate and EZ Pass certainly did the same. This is an ISSUE on the systems they use.
Hello There, I have been in an accident recently and totaled my car, so I was driving my cousins car for time being as im in process of buying a new one. However, my cousins car did not have an EZpass holder and it was dropped as I was taking a turn on to greeway on the ramp as I placed it on the dashboard. Looks like I missed paying a toll that day and my cousin did not forward me the initial violation notice that did not have the admin fee. I have been a regular Dulles Greenway customer and would appreciate if you can take care of waiving the admin fee for this time. I have added my cousins car on to my EZPass account now and hopefully this should take care of any future incidents. Details of the violation are below. TAG: VRA 1571 State: Virginia Toll violation date: 2019/01/23 SerialNumber: A5555555643069 Hari Venu Madhav 22567 Armstrong Terrace Unit 10-214 Ashburn VA 20148 Toll Due: $7.15 Admin Fee: $25 (Request to waive)
What was going on this morning going eastbound! I sat on the greenway for almost two hours.
I was charged $14.20 yesterday after 3:30pm on the Dulles Toll Road. How do I get a refund? The guy that works there said it probably wasn't my card and I just checked my account and it was.
My husband encountered a dangerous and annoying issue at a toll plaza not once, but twice in two days. We were traveling the Greenway and went to drive through the toll plaza with our E-ZPass and for whatever reason the toll reader would not read our pass. We were shocked as we have been E-ZPass patrons for many years and are of good standing. An attendant approached our car are requested a $5.55 toll paid by credit card. We told her that we had an E-ZPass and pointed to it mounted on our windshield. She said that sometimes the reader does not read the E-ZPass and instructed us to back up and try it again. This was both dangerous and annoying, as this issue is not our fault. The next day we were traveling on the Greenway and it happened AGAIN. This time the attendant was rude. And as we sat to pay our toll, and again we have an E-ZPass cars lined up behind us, the attendant took a long time to charge our account AND he was rude on top of it all. I understand that at time there are glitches that can't be avoided. BUT, if you are aware of this issue why can't it be corrected? We like the convenience of the E-ZPass, the time saved and avoiding the hassle of having cash or credit card available for payment of which we didn't have the luxury of experiencing on both of these trips through this toll plaza. I tried to use your Contact Form online, but when I entered the characters requested the response said I had entered the incorrect code. I entered the correct code three times and it would not take my submission. Seems like your organization has problems all around.
Unbelievable! 3 days VIP site has been down - with as much money as we pay to use the Greenway you'd think you all could afford some decent IT people this is just unacceptable!