No Kicks on I-66

WASHINGTON — The first day of dynamic tolling for solo drivers on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway saw tolls reach near $35 in the morning before reaching more moderate levels during the Monday afternoon rush hour.  – Story

 

 

 

 

21 Comments on No Kicks on I-66

  1. They have a similar plan on 405 in Seattle. I don’t think it has gotten as high as $35.00 though. I would hate to have to make a commute on those highways, life is too short for that.

  2. The worst part of the DC Beltway, the only safe exist are for NW Washington, its a crap shoot getting off and driving through the bad neighborhoods of the other three districts.

    I don’t have much sympathy for D.C. bureaucrats driving into and back out of the capital. I’d like to see government reduced significantly so there aren’t so many of them on the road at rush hour.

  3. @ Dr.Tar you know this are like me . I agree with you 100 the gov need the money for paying for the illegal immigrants criminal in Washington, D.C. Also in Maryland

  4. yes, Virginia, there is no Santa Claus
    … remember that next time you vote demonRat …. oops, you did it again!!!

    lmao … some people never learn

  5. I 66 runs from just south of Winchester Va to DC. It’s the swamp rat expressway that contributes to the DC sprawl and the electoral coup d’etat of Virginia politics.
    Eat it, assholes. The policies you engineered are now effecting you. Good.

  6. @ Mortgages….What about an innovative funeral plan?….The advertising could say something like “Will you miss grandma after her death? Now you can ride around with her forever”…

  7. toll? Whats that? Where I live we pay taxes to maintain roads.

    (a lot of them are gravel roads and ranchers give you the one finger wave. Not that one, the index finger wave)

  8. “Northern Virginia commuters have been sold a bill of goods” by Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne.”
    “Using the stretch without an E-ZPass is a violation.”
    McAuliffe- no surprise there.
    Sure ain’t no freeway.
    (park in a driveway and drive on a parkway)
    If I had a million dollars, I’d buy one of them sexbots and put it in a driverless car and turn it loose.

  9. Good for you Willy. I rarely see them myself.
    It’s not that there aren’t any. But cataracts allow me to blast right through those intersections. So far so good.

    Totally kidding, btw. No cataract, I drive a Toyota. I wish to drive a cataract some day.

    But I can drive from my house to friends house on wintergreen mountain without encountering a single stoplight. 2 hour drive.

  10. It topped out at $40 today.

    I’m no commie, and I’m lighting out for the territories as soon as I can. Considering the familial genetics, it might be longer than usual. That’s OK. Just more inspiration to git, and there are things like time with family that money can’t buy.

  11. There are few things that piss me off more than the liberal takeover of northern Virginia by way of massive federal government growth. It’s simply obscene.

    If it weren’t for that insurgence Virginia would remain a
    solid red state. No Obama. No Clinton
    No McAuliffe. No Timmy kaine. No mark Warner. No newly elected governor Ralph Northam. A creep of epic proportion.

    Virginia is not a blue state. We’re hostages.

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