Whatever your traveling style may be, the 395 Express Lanes are sure to speed up your trip.
While the Lanes are open for customers, construction work for sound walls, punchlist activities and to add a fourth regular southbound travel lane on I-395 between Duke Street and Edsall Road will continue on the corridor into spring 2020. Road closures during off-peak or overnight periods will allow crews to finish the job.
The 395 Express Lanes and Eads Street Interchange offer employees and visitors a simpler way to drive to and from the Pentagon. Not to mention, the improved South Parking Lot is delivering smoother travel for pedestrians, drivers or bus riders on the Pentagon Reservation.
We’ve been up to a lot around the Pentagon Reservation over the last couple of years. Stay in the know about the latest progress and updates we’re making around the Pentagon Reservation on the News & Alerts page. We’ve also been up to a lot around the Pentagon Reservation over the last several years. You can find older updates by visiting our past announcements, too.
Department of Defense employees can head over to the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) Transportation CAC-enabled website for the scoop on how this project may affect parking and transportation on the Pentagon Reservation.
Have questions about how the 395 Express Lanes project may switch up the flow around the Pentagon? Reach out to:
New travel incentives are available during the construction of the 395 Express Lanes project. These incentives make it easier for you to ride the bus, carpool, vanpool and telework along the I-395 corridor. More about these new incentives and commuting options below.
Need to find a carpool or bus route? The following resources will help you on your way:
Additional bus services have been added during peak hours on a popular OmniRide route, as well as two Metrobus commuter routes to help alleviate traffic in the corridor.
Carpool with one or more people and you may receive up to $230 through the Commuter Connections 'Pool Rewards' program.
To make the process easier, financial assistance and new rider matching is available to help start new vanpools traveling on I-395.
Employers with employees that use the I-395 corridor may be eligible for up to $10,000 in additional subsidies to encourage them to create a new teleworking program.
To find out more information on any of these incentives or additional commuting options, please contact the jurisdiction in which you live.
The 395 Express Lanes are now open but some work continues in the corridor.
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