Project I-95 improved existing lanes for high-capacity vehicles (HOV) in one of the most saturated regional corridors in the United States. The I-95 Express Lanes Fredericksburg extension will continue reversible express tracks in the I-95 median, add three lanes for approximately 2.5 miles and two lanes for an additional 13.9 miles of Highway 610 (Exit 143) in Stafford County to the south to Highway 17 (Exit 133) near Fredericksburg. At its southern end, the 10-mile project is connected to I-95 Southbound Rappahannock River Crossing and I-95 Northbound Rappahannock River Crossing Projects, which add three new transit lanes in each direction in the I-95 median and the three existing lanes in each direction in local traffic change. The existing I-95 Express Lanes in Northern Virginia extend 47 km from their southern end on Highway 610 (Garrisonville Rd) in Stafford County in the north to Edsall Rd. in Alexandria, Fairfax County, where the tracks lead to I-395 after crossing the I-495 Capital Beltway. I-95 Express Lanes to these locations to 495 Express Lanes and 395 Express Lanes are a major network of managed toll lanes in Northern Virginia. Fluor and its partner Transurban DRIVe USA Investments LLC have reached a comprehensive agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to finance, design, operate and maintain approximately 29 miles High Occupancy Toll (HOT) along Interstate 95 in Stafford County, which continues to Fairfax County, Northern Virginia. Fluor was involved in both the financing and design aspects of the project. The I-95 Express Lanes were built from Garrisonville Road in Stafford County to north of Edsall Road on I-395 in Fairfax County. The I-95 Express Lanes, which opened to traffic on December 14, 2014, offer a new option for motorists who will pay a toll for access to uns cluttered lanes with reliable travel times, as well as an extensive service for carpooling, transit, motorbikes and emergency services that will be able to use the lanes free of charge.
The facility offers travelers: 2004: VDOT accepts Transurban and Fluor-Lane`s proposal to reduce congestion in the I-95 corridor by extending the HOT lanes.