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More Public Meetings Planned on I-66 Toll Proposal



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    More public meetings will be held this week on a plan that could cost Virginia drivers as much as $300 a month to drive to and from work on I-66.

    Over 100 people attended a public information meeting last week, and three more meetings will be held on the issue this week.

    The plan aims to ease congestion on a 10-mile stretch of Interstate 66 inside the Beltway. The price of the toll would change depending on traffic, but it could cost as much as $7 in the morning and $9 on the way home.

    Vehicles with two or more riders will not have to pay.

    This week's meetings will be held form 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. in the following locations:

    • Oct. 19 - Oakton High School
                      2900 Sutton Rd.
                      Vienna, Va.
    • Oct. 20 - VDOT Northern Virginia District Office
                      4975 Alliance Dr.
                      Fairfax, Va. 
    • Oct. 21 - Piney Branch Elementary School
                      8301 Linton Hall Rd.
                      Bristow, Va.