Globalvia Launches Slora — A New Way to Pay Tolls in Virginia with Your Smartphone

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Free Slora app allows drivers to pay tolls in real-time without using cash or E-ZPass

Slora by Globalvia

Slora by Globalvia

Whether you are driving your own vehicle or a rental car, Slora is a great solution to help drivers get where they need to go while completely bypassing cash toll lanes.

Long gone are the days of digging around the bottom of your cup holder for change or adding time to your commute to avoid toll roads.

Globalvia, a worldwide transport infrastructure concession management company, today has launched Slora, a new free mobile phone app that allows drivers to pay tolls in real-time without needing a pre-funded pass or worrying about hard currency on toll roads throughout Virginia. Globalvia operates Pocahontas Parkway in the Richmond region.

Here’s how Slora works: After a user downloads the app, signs up for an account, and enters their license plate and credit card information, they can simply drive through an E-ZPass Express Lane and the app will pay the toll on their behalf. Slora is available to download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Slora allows drivers to easily track their spending and add multiple vehicles to a single account. Unlike similar apps, Slora also allows users to quickly add rental cars to their account.

“We are thrilled to offer this exciting new app to anyone traveling throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia,” said Antonio Moreno, Pocahontas Parkway's Operations Director. “Whether you are driving your own vehicle or a rental car, Slora is a great solution to help drivers get where they need to go while completely bypassing cash toll lanes. It will help take the stop-and-go out of your trip, and registration only takes a minute.”

Slora is accepted on nearly every major toll road in Virginia, including I-64, I-66, I-95, I-395, and I-495, as well as the Pocahontas Parkway, Powhite Parkway Extension, Dulles Toll Road, Chesapeake Expressway, Dominion Boulevard, South Norfolk Jordan Bridge, Coleman Bridge, and Elizabeth River Tunnels (Midtown and Downtown). Please visit slorapp.com/USA for a complete list of supported Virginia highways. Globalvia has plans to include support for more major toll roads throughout Virginia.

“We continue to work towards smart infrastructure, making commutes, family road trips, and driving around Virginia that much easier for everyone,” Moreno said.

About Globalvia

Globalvia is a worldwide transport infrastructure concession management leader which has been ranked in the top positions by number of concessions. The company, established in 2007 and leaded by three international pension funds, manages 25 projects in seven different countries specializing in highways and railways. Learn more at globalvia.com.

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