66 Express Outside the Beltway for Businesses

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.

I-66 Express Lanes and Exits

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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.

Warehouse and Distribution Centers

Freight & Warehousing

Distribution Centers

Moving Companies

Electrical Contractors

Plumbing Contractors

Home Repair Services

Home Repair Services

Business Service Providers

Local Delivery Services

Local Delivery & Couriers

Foodservice Distributors

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.

Throughout the corridor, electronic signage displays the current toll rates for a standard two-axle passenger vehicle to enter the next segment and reach any of the exit points within that segment.

Learn more about 66 Express Outside the Beltway signage and our segmental tolling system at the Understanding Signs & Tolls page.

The lanes are all electronic and tolls can be conveniently paid by an active E-ZPass transponder or by one of the following options:

  • Online at the Make a Payment page
  • By calling 1-833-643-2867
  • NextPass mobile app
  • At their local Walmart
  • In person at our Customer Service Center in Manassas

Additional information on payment options can be found at the Billing and Customer Service page.

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What economic benefits do the lanes bring to the Northern Virginia region?

  • Fully financed by a long-term private investment from I-66 Express Mobility Partners, the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway project and the new 66 Express Outside the Beltway Project delivers approximately $3.7 billion in transportation infrastructure improvements to the I-66 corridor between Gainesville and I-495
  • Two new express lanes in each direction
  • Rebuilt I-66 general purpose lanes
  • Operational and safety improvements
  • New park-and-ride facilities
  • New bike and pedestrian trails and sidewalks, including the 11-mile I-66 Parallel Trail
  • Perform all maintenance on travel lanes of the 66 Express Outside the Beltway
  • Operating own full-time fleet of maintenance and weather-preparedness vehicles
  • Allows VDOT to allocate crucial resources elsewhere

Who are I-66 Express Mobility Partners?

I-66 Express Mobility Partners (EMP) is a consortium of leading infrastructure companies Cintra, Meridiam, and APG. In public-private partnership (P3) with VDOT, I-66 EMP is contracted to operate 66 Express Outside the Beltway through 2066.

Giving back to NoVA Communities

Community Outreach Efforts

  • I-66 EMP is dedicated to making a positive impact in the communities it serves
  • Maintains impactful relationships with many non-profit organizations in the area, including:
    • Food For Others
    • Capital Area Food Bank
    • Prince William County Public Schools Foundation
    • The Foundation for Fairfax County Public Schools.

Commitment to Community Engagement

  • I-66 EMP is committed to expanding its outreach and establishing relationships with charitable organizations that make a difference in the lives of Northern Virginians.
  • Continuously looking for opportunities to make a positive impact on the community and support organizations that align with its values.