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Expect various single lane/shoulder closures through June 2017 for road repair work.
The Route 168 Chesapeake Expressway is a fast and convenient 16 mile long, four-lane divided highway linking Interstate 64 in Chesapeake to North Carolina and the Outer Banks.
For your convenience, the toll for the Chesapeake Expressway may be paid using cash or an E-ZPass transponder. Only vehicles with an E-ZPass transponder are authorized to use the Express Lane which is the far left lane and does not require stopping. The Chesapeake Expressway does not bill by plate.
|Chesapeake Expressway Toll Structure|
|Effective as of May 21, 2016|
|Regular Tolls||Peak Weekends*
(Sat & Sun)
|Axles||Cash Rate||E-ZPass Rate||Chesapeake Expressway Discount Member Rate||Cash Rate||E-ZPass Rate||Chesapeake Expressway Discount Member Rate|
|3 or More||$4.00||$4.00||$2.00||$9.00||$9.00||$2.00|
E-ZPass transponders provide convenience and savings while traveling. Transponders are available at the Chesapeake Expressway administrative offices, Chesapeake City Treasurer's offices, DMV locations, select retailers and online at www.EZPassVA.com. Two new full service E-ZPass locations are now operating in Norfolk and Portsmouth. View a complete list of locations and more E-ZPass information.
Chesapeake Expressway Discount Program
Frequent Chesapeake Expressway travelers can save money on tolls by signing up for the Chesapeake Expressway Discount Program. You must have a Virginia E-ZPass transponder and you must enroll separately in the Discount Program. E-ZPass and the Chesapeake Expressway Discount Program are two different programs that require separate enrollments. To enroll in the Chesapeake Expressway Discount Program with your Virginia E-ZPass call 757-204-0010. Learn more and join today!