VA tolls get paid with new mobile app

In Virginia, motorists can pay for highway and bridge tolls with a smartphone. Globalvia, a transport support concession company, recently launched Slora, a free mobile app that allows drivers to pay tolls in real-time without needing a pre-funded EZ-Pass, credit card, or cash, according to a report in Wavy.

The app can be used on nearly every major toll road in Virginia, including:

  • Pocahontas Parkway.
  • Powhite Parkway Extension.
  • Dulles Toll Road.
  • Chesapeake Expressway.
  • Dominion Boulevard.
  • South Norfolk Jordan Bridge.
  • Coleman Bridge.
  • Elizabeth River Tunnels (Midtown & Downtown).
  • Interstate 64, 66, 95, 395 and 495.

Motorists can download Slora from the Apple App Store or Google Play. To activate, registered users enter their license plate and credit card information and then can simply drive through the E-Z Pass Express Lanes and the app will pay the toll on their behalf.