Phase II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project will extend the new collector-distributor roadway built in Phase I from the Newtown Road interchange to the Witchduck Road interchange, reconfigure the south side of both interchanges to eliminate the weave movement, and build a flyover across I-264 to connect Greenwich Road on the south side of the interstate with Cleveland Street on the north side.
To improve the traffic operations, the Greenwich Road connection at the five-legged intersection at Witchduck Road will be removed, and the existing stretch of Greenwich Road will terminate at a cul-de-sac just east of the former Norfolk-Southern railroad tracks. To maintain connectivity on Greenwich Road, the new flyover will be built over I-264 to connect with Cleveland Street. The Greenwich Road connection with Witchduck Road will not be removed until the new flyover to Cleveland Street is complete. In addition, Cleveland Street will be re-striped to four lanes, from its current two.
Click on the following map for a larger version. Solid yellow indicates new roadway. Red indicates a new elevated structure. The yellow grid pattern indicates existing pavement that will be removed.
At a Glance
This construction project was advertised on July 25, 2017. Bids are due Sept. 27, 2017. Construction is scheduled to begin in December.
Estimated Completion Date:
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I-264 east before the Newtown Road Interchange through the Witchduck Road Interchange
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Phase II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project is included in the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization’s (HRTPO) 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. It was identified as a Regional Priority Project at the HRTPO's February 18, 2016, meeting. The project is a candidate for funding from the Hampton Roads Transportation Fund (HRTF), which was created in 2013 by state legislation known as HB2313.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) approved a Categorical Exclusion document under the National Environmental Policy Act on July 9, 2007. An Interchange Modification Report was approved by FHWA on November 14, 2011. A combined Location and Design Public Hearing was held on July 14, 2011.