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Old 08-02-2006, 12:56 PM   #46
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i didn't because of the freaking line going the other way. We were going to turn left at that light and we saw that a car that was there hadn't moved for like 5 minutes so we decided to go straight and split the 3.20 over waiting. The trafic was really rediculous the past two days. IT was quicker yesterday though.
next time you leave, you can turn right off redskins park drive onto loundon county parkway. that'll take you up to Route 7, where you'll turn right. then hop back on 28, and that'll take you back to the Dulles Toll Road, without the 3.20.
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Old 08-02-2006, 03:23 PM   #47
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how do you get back on afterwards without the huge toll?

Someone may be able to help me with this because I don't know the name of the road. Check this out; When you leave Redskin Park parking lot turn right. This is not the best road in the world but approx. four miles will take you straight to route seven, Leesburg Pike. Turn right on route seven and that will take you back to 495. Escape all toll roads and turns.
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Old 08-02-2006, 03:34 PM   #48
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next time you leave, you can turn right off redskins park drive onto loundon county parkway. that'll take you up to Route 7, where you'll turn right. then hop back on 28, and that'll take you back to the Dulles Toll Road, without the 3.20.
that looks like a long way around to the same spot (you can turn left and get on 28 much sooner) that ends up with a toll booth on the on-ramp.

at least from looking at this map:
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Old 08-03-2006, 12:04 PM   #49
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Re: Training Camp -- Day 1 rundown.

my advice was based on his post about the same car (Training Camp -- Day 1 rundown.) waiting at the front of the line for a few minutes.

it's a bit longer, but once you get on 28, it should be a breeze now since they built those overpasses. it's the long way, but if you're not sitting, who cares? plus you can always continue down Route 7 and cross over at various other points to get on the Toll Road, or even take it all the way down to the Beltway.
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my advice was based on his post about the same car (Training Camp -- Day 1 rundown.) waiting at the front of the line for a few minutes.

it's a bit longer, but once you get on 28, it should be a breeze now since they built those overpasses. it's the long way, but if you're not sitting, who cares? plus you can always continue down Route 7 and cross over at various other points to get on the Toll Road, or even take it all the way down to the Beltway.
yeah, i came from NoVA, i figured out you can go up 7100N on 50W and then N on 28 (then W on 624) and avoid all the tolls... not only that, it's shorter than using the dulles parkway too. 50 is a bit slow, but 28 isn't.

btw, the cops are sitting on 624 raising revenue :P... its a street with a 25mph speed limit that you can easily go 60mph on. so be aware of that.
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