• It has been brought to our attention that a text message-based scam, also known as smishing, is fraudulently claiming to represent toll operators across the country. The scammers are falsely claiming to represent these entities and requesting payment for unpaid tolls. The 66 Express encourages all customer to stay alert to these types of scams; more information can be found here.

    Please be advised that 66 Outside the Beltway will be closed in observance of Memorial Day on 5/27/24.  We will re-open on 5/28/24 at our regular time. We apologize for any inconvenience.

66 Express For Business

The business of Northern Virginia is business.

The new 66 Express Outside the Beltway lanes were built to handle the movement of goods, services, and people along the entire I-66 corridor outside the Beltway, keeping the region’s business going by delivering consistent, reliable drive-times every time. Take advantage of the benefits businesses gain when they drive the 66 Express between Gainesville and the Capital Beltway.

The business of Northern Virginia is business.

Which businesses use the 66 Express Outside the Beltway lanes?

Any business that needs to travel in, around, and through Northern Virginia with predictable speeds and reliable travel times.

Visit the vehicle classification page for commercial rates.

Where can you travel by using the lanes?

The lanes provide reliable access to the region’s population centers, including Washington DC, Arlington, Falls Church, Fairfax, and Manassas.

The 66 Express’ westbound terminus in Gainesville provides access to:

  • Fauquier County and Warren County
  • The Virginia Inland Port and the I-81 corridor

The 66 Express interchange with Route 28 provides easy access to:

  • Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • Ashburn, Leesburg, and points in Loudoun County

The interchange with I-495 offers access to the I-495 express and regular lanes and I-66 Inside the Beltway.

How do the lanes work for commercial vehicles?

66 Express Outside the Beltway welcomes a wide variety of vehicle types. These include commercial and business vehicles, such as:

  • Work vans
  • Moving vans
  • Crew-cab pickup trucks
  • Passenger buses
  • 18-wheel semis

Larger vehicles may be subject to an additional toll factor. Determine your vehicle type on the Vehicle Classification page.