Source: Port of Virginia

Port Partners,

As you know, effective Thursday, Nov. 8, PRO-PASS TRS reservations can now be made at 0900 hours for the following day. On Friday morning at 0900, reservations can be made for Saturday and Monday.

Coordinating the publication of the Empty Return Matrix is a critical component of making and validating TRS reservations. For today, Nov. 9, there is a gap between the 0900 TRS reservation window and the publication of the Empty Return Matrix for Monday, Nov. 12 (Veterans Day observed).

For one week only:

  • Friday, Nov. 9, 0900 hours: TRS reservations open for Saturday, Nov. 10 (NIT and VIG), and Sun. Nov. 11 (VIG only)
  • Friday, Nov. 9, 1500 hours: TRS reservations open for Monday, Nov. 12 (NIT and VIG)

Weekend gate and TRS mandatory hours for Nov. 10-12:

Saturday, November 10

  • NIT standard hours: 0700 open – 1100 portal closure (fully TRS mandatory)
  • PMT Standard Hours: 0700 open – 1100 last units processed
  • VIG Expanded Hours: 0100 open – 1400 portal closure (TRS mandatory from 0100 – 1100; open gate hours from 1100 – 1400)
    • No extension to reefer hours: 0700 – 1100
    • Last loaded reefers accepted at 1100; last import dispatched at 1030
  • PPCY Expanded Hours: 0100 open – 1400
    • Last empty container delivery and pick-up at 1330

Sunday, November 11

  • VIG Expanded Hours: 0600 open – 1100 portal closure (fully TRS mandatory – reservations required from 0600 – 1100 hours)
    • No reefer services offered
  • All other terminal truck gates, including the PPCY, CLOSED
    • An Empty Return Matrix will be published for Sunday, Nov. 11

Monday, November 12 – Veterans Day

  • Standard container, gate and TRS hours at all terminals
    • All breakbulk, CFS and out-of-gauge operations CLOSED

If you have questions regarding TRS reservations, please call 757-292-4545 or email


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