As the developers and operators of the Express Lanes, we are committed to our customers, our community and to delivering you a dependable option on the Express Lanes.
We strive to be good neighbors and long-term partners in the Northern Virginia region. Transurban and Fluor demonstrate this commitment through their employees who volunteer time to improve the community and through the 95 Express Lanes Community Grant Program and the 1,000 Trees in 1,000 Days Program.
We also schedule briefings and presentations to help keep the community informed about the 95 Express Lanes. If you would like to schedule a presentation on the project for your community group or employer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Aquia District Cub Scouts Plant Trees off Centreport Parkway Exit Ramp
Local Cub Scouts, Virginia Delegate Mark Dudenhefer, Stafford County Supervisor Cord Sterling and representatives from the 95 Express Lanes project pose for a photo. The volunteers and elected officials in attendance planted more than 20 trees.
On May 11, 2013, local Cub Scouts participated in a volunteer event to landscape an area off I-95 southbound near the Centreport Parkway exit ramp in Stafford County. The Cub Scouts, from Aquia District Pack 213, were joined by Virginia Delegate Mark Dudenhefer, Stafford County Supervisor Cord Sterling and representatives from the 95 Express Lanes project.
The volunteers and elected officials in attendance planted more than 20 trees, provided under the 1,000 Trees in 1,000 Days program. Through the program, Transurban and Fluor are partnering with communities located near the 95 Express Lanes corridor to plant 1,000 trees over the course of the project's construction.
Delegate Mark Dudenhefer and Supervisor Cord Sterling identified the Centreport Parkway area as a good candidate for the 1,000 Trees program.
Applications to the program will be accepted and trees will be awarded throughout the 29-month 95 Express Lanes construction schedule.