Crews continue work on a retaining wall near the northern part of the Express Lanes.
The 95 Express Lanes attained the 80 percent construction completion milestone in the spring of 2014. The photos in this album show construction progress from that period.
Sound wall and flyover ramp construction continues at the southern end of the Express Lanes near Garrisonville Road in Stafford County.
Crews continue work on the flyover ramp near Joplin Road on the Express Lanes.
An overhead sign structure on the Express Lanes has been installed near the future Fairfax County flyover ramp.
A toll gantry has been installed near the northern part of the Express Lanes, near Edsall Road on I-395. Since there are no toll booths to slow you down on the Express Lanes, these toll gantries house tolling equipment to securely charge customers’ E-ZPass accounts and keep you moving.
View of a steel beam installation, these beams will be used to support a flyover ramp that drivers will use to enter and exit the Express Lanes.
Crews continue work on a retaining wall for the Express Lanes at the Franconia Springfield Parkway.
More toll gantries have been installed on the Express Lanes in Springfield. The Express Lanes will be three lanes wide in this northern area.
Construction progresses on the flyover ramp at the northern part of the 95 Express Lanes. Drivers will use this ramp to exit the Express Lanes onto the right side of the general purpose lanes on I-95.
Construction crews continue pavement work on the Express Lanes near the Franconia-Springfield Parkway. The Express Lanes will be three lanes wide in this northern section.