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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 30. Department of Transportation
Chapter 620. Rules, Regulations, and Rates Concerning Toll and Bridge Facilities
7/12/2020

24VAC30-620-30. Rates and Delegation of Authority to Suspend Toll Collection.

A. The Commissioner of Highways delegates the authority to suspend toll collection operations on the Dulles Toll Road to the Dulles Toll Road's Toll Facilities Administrative Director, subject to consultation with the Northern Virginia District Administrator and to the conditions and criteria outlined in 24VAC30-620-20 A and B. At his discretion, the Dulles Toll Road's Toll Facilities Administrative Director may delegate this authority to others within the toll facility's organization. This delegation of authority includes establishing policies and procedures specific to the toll facility governing the investigation and decision-making processes associated with the possible suspension of toll collections. These policies and procedures shall become part of the toll facility's operating plan.

B. The following are the toll rate schedules for the Dulles Toll Road.

DULLES TOLL ROAD RATE STRUCTURE

VEHICLE CLASS

MAIN PLAZA

ALL RAMPS

Two axles1

$0.75

$0.50

Three axles2

$1.00

$0.75

Four axles

$1.25

$1.00

Five axles

$1.50

$1.25

Six axles or more

$1.75

$1.50

1Includes passenger cars, motorcycles, motorcycles equipped with a sidecar, towing a trailer or equipped with a sidecar and towing a trailer, and 2-axle trucks (4 and 6 tires).

2Includes trucks, buses, and passenger cars with trailers.

C. The Commissioner of Highways delegates the authority to suspend toll collection operations on the Powhite Parkway Extension Toll Road to the Richmond Toll Facilities' Toll Facilities Administrative Director, subject to consultation with the Richmond District Administrator and to the conditions and criteria outlined in 24VAC30-620-20 A and B. At his discretion, the Richmond Toll Facilities' Toll Facilities Administrative Director may delegate this authority to others within the toll facility's organization. This delegation of authority includes establishing policies and procedures specific to the toll facility governing the investigation and decision-making processes associated with the possible suspension of toll collections. These policies and procedures shall become part of the toll facility's operating plan.

D. The following are the toll rate schedules for the Powhite Parkway Extension Toll Road.

POWHITE PARKWAY EXTENSION TOLL ROAD MAXIMUM RATE STRUCTURE

VEHICLE CLASS

MAIN LINE PLAZA

MAIN LINE PLAZA - EAST & WEST RAMP

RAMP - ROUTE 60

RAMP - COURTHOUSE ROAD

Two axle vehicles1

$0.75

$0.25

$0.25

$0.50

Three axle vehicles

$1.00

$0.35

$0.35

$0.60

Four axle vehicles

$1.25

$0.45

$0.45

$0.70

Five axle vehicles

$1.50

$0.55

$0.55

$0.80

Six axle vehicles

$1.50

$0.55

$0.55

$0.80

1Includes passenger cars, motorcycles, motorcycles equipped with a sidecar, towing a trailer or equipped with a sidecar and towing a trailer, and 2-axle trucks (4 and 6 tires).

E. The Commissioner of Highways delegates the authority to suspend toll collection operations on the George P. Coleman Bridge to the George P. Coleman Bridge Facility's Toll Facilities Administrative Director, subject to consultation with the Hampton Roads District Administrator and to the conditions and criteria outlined in 24VAC30-620-20 A and B. At his discretion, the George P. Coleman Bridge Facility's Toll Facilities Administrative Director may delegate this authority to others within the toll facility's organization. This delegation of authority includes establishing policies and procedures specific to the toll facility governing the investigation and decision-making processes associated with the possible suspension of toll collections. These policies and procedures shall become part of the toll facility's operating plan.

F. The following are the toll rate schedules for the George P. Coleman Bridge.

GEORGE P. COLEMAN BRIDGE TOLL RATE STRUCTURE

VEHICLE CLASS1

ONE-WAY RATE

Motorcycles, pedestrians and bicyclists2

$0.85

Commuter ETC cars, vans, pick-ups

$0.85

Commuter ETC two-axle commercial vans/trucks

$0.85

Cars, vans, pick-ups

$2.00

Two-axle, six-tire trucks and buses

$2.00

Three-axle vehicles and buses

$3.00

Four or more-axle vehicles

$4.00

1Commuter toll rates will be available only via the Smart Tag/E-Pass electronic toll collection (ETC) system to two-axle vehicles making three round-trip crossings within a 90-day period on the George P. Coleman Bridge.

2Includes motorcycles equipped with a sidecar, towing a trailer, or equipped with a sidecar and towing a trailer. Motorcyclists requesting this rate must use the manual toll collection lanes because the Automatic Vehicle Identification system cannot accommodate the $0.85 rate.

Statutory Authority

§ 33.2-210 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR385-01-68 § 3, eff. October 4, 1995; amended, Volume 11, Issue 26, eff. October, 18, 1995; Volume 12, Issue 20, eff. July 24, 1996; Volume 13, Issue 18, eff. July 1, 1997; Volume 14, Issue 25, eff. September 30, 1998; Volume 21, Issue 15, eff. May 22, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 22, eff. August 20, 2005; Volume 28, Issue 04, eff. November 23, 2011.

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