According to an article in the Daily News Record, there is an effort to designate part of Interstate 81 in Page and Shenandoah County as a Highway Safety Corridor, due to some recent serious accidents.
If approved, the designation of a Highway Safety Corridor by the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Commonwealth would impose doubled fines for speeding, reckless driving, and other traffic citations in that area. There is a full analysis process that must be completed before such a designation is approved.
There has been spate of serious accidents along that stretch of I-81, many involving tractor trailers, whose drivers are a primary target of Highway Safety Corridor enforcement penalties.
Reckless driving fines range from $300-$500, so doubling that fine is significant. Of course, a reckless driving offense is also a criminal charge, so the implication of a reckless conviction are far beyond the substantial costs involved.
UPDATE: Another good story on this stretch of -I81 and the rate of accidents in the Northern Virginia Daily here.