Crews installed five large girders over Curlew Drive on Saturday, June 2, completing the operation just before heavy rain moved in.
VIRGINIA BEACH – As construction begins on Phase II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements, expect to see activity over the next few months in the following areas. Lane closures, shoulder closures and/or flagging operations will be used to accomplish the following work as necessary:
Steel girder placement began the week of Feb. 5 near Newtown Road Ramp 15A. These girders will support the new collector-distributor lanes that will serve vehicles traveling from I-264 east and I-64 to the Newtown and Witchduck road interchanges.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) awarded a $105.4 million contract on Dec. 6 to construct Phase II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project.
The contract was awarded to The Lane Construction Corporation of Cheshire, Conn., to improve mobility, reduce congestion and increase safety on I-264 east from Newtown Road in Norfolk to Witchduck Road in Virginia Beach. This project is Phase II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements. It is scheduled to be complete in the fall of 2021
Lane Construction Corp. will build a new collector-distributor road and reconfigure the south side of the interchanges at Newtown and Witchduck roads. The new ramp configurations will remove the weaving traffic movements that eastbound motorists encounter at both interchanges when they exit and enter the interstate. The project will also build a bridge over I-264 connecting Greenwich Road on the south side to Cleveland Street on the north.
The project is funded by SMART SCALE and the HRTAC. For updates on Phase I and II of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements work, subscribe here.
Read the notice delivered to nearby residents.
NORFOLK – Construction of the first of the I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements projects is well underway, with clearing operations and other work visible from the interstate. Read more about the early progress and what to expect in the weeks ahead.
VIRGINIA BEACH – The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) today awarded a construction contract worth nearly $107.4 million to Tutor Perini Corporation of New Rochelle, NY, to expand and improve the ramp from I-64 West near the Twin Bridges to I-264 East and Newtown Road.