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About the Interchange

The I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project, over two phases, will provide approximately 4 miles of interstate improvements from the Twin Bridges in Norfolk to the Witchduck Road interchange in Virginia Beach. The improvements will provide additional capacity, reduce daily congestion and improve safety and traffic operations in the corridor.

This project will be built in two phases. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will manage construction through two separate construction contracts. Phase I is fully funded, with funding by the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission through the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund (HRTF), as well as from federal and state resources. Phase II has been funded for right of way and design and development through the HRTF and state and federal resources.

The improvements include:

  • Widening of I-64 west between the Twin Bridges and the I-264 interchange (Phase I)
  • Two new ramps from I-64 west to I-264 east (Phase I)
  • A new system of collector-distributor (CD) roads on I-264 east (Phase I)
  • Improved interchanges at Newtown and Witchduck roads (Phase II)
  • A Greenwich Road flyover across I-264 that connects with Cleveland Street (Phase II)

Phase I Improvements

 

 

How will construction affect traffic on I-64 and I-264? 

To minimize inconvenience to motorists, all lane closures along I-64 and I-264 associated with this project will occur during scheduled, off-peak hours. Lane closures and construction information will be announced weekly throughout the project. Major closures will be announced further in advance.

How will construction affect traffic on the side roads within the project corridor?

Construction for Phase I will impact traffic on Curlew Drive, Kempsville Road and Pleasant Point Drive at various points during the project. Lane closures will be publicized in advance through travel alerts and on this project website. Phase II impacts will be announced once construction for that portion of the project is ready to begin and the schedule is known.

When will construction begin and how long will the project take to complete?

Construction on Phase I will begin in November 2016 and has a scheduled completion date of October 2019. Construction of Phase II will begin after a contract is awarded. The Phase II contract is expected to be advertised in 2017.

Will construction of Phase II overlap with that of Phase I?

Yes, major construction activities within both projects is expected to overlap for an extended period.

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Project Update

CTB AWARDS CONTRACT FOR I-64/264 RAMP IMPROVEMENT

VIRGINIA BEACH – The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) today awarded a construction contract worth nearly $107.4

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Virginia Department of Transportation
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