The 395 Express Lanes offer the same quick, simple and predictable travel you’ve come to know from the 495 and 95 Express Lanes. They pick up where the 95 Express Lanes leave off around Edsall Road and run up to the 14th Street Bridge in D.C. A new choice for your everyday travels is here.
You may be familiar with the rules of the road for the 495 and 95 Express Lanes. These same rules apply on the 395 Express Lanes, too:
Don’t have an E-ZPass® or E-ZPass® Flex yet? They’re as easy to get as riding our Express Lanes.
Put your traffic woes behind you and drive happy on the 395 Express Lanes. Here’s how we’re bringing new choices to your everyday travels:
Or maybe you want to ride for free on a bus? The 395 Express Lanes give $15M each year for transit and multimodal improvements. The first payment will offer new and enhanced bus service via DASH, OmniRide and Fairfax Connector – so hop on board.
Does hopping on and off the I-395 HOV lanes feel like muscle memory for you? Great news is that the ramps still flow the same way. The only change is that instead of leading you to and from 395 HOV lanes, the ramps take you to the 395 Express Lanes. Be on the lookout for signs that’ll help point you in the right direction.
Whether you carpool, vanpool or slug, if you have 3 or more people and an E-ZPass® Flex, you can drive the Express Lanes for free. It’s a great way to get a faster trip and save money.
Here are some tips to remember:
If you exit the northbound 395 Express Lanes at Eads Street to drop off slugs at the Pentagon or Pentagon City, you can get back on the Lanes at Eads Street and go to D.C. for free. But, remember to put your Flex in toll mode so a Virginia State Police trooper doesn’t stop you.
Even though your Flex will be in toll mode, we’ll know you carpooled to Eads Street. You won’t be charged to finish your trip to the city. Pretty great, right?