Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board

Interstate 64 Corridor Improvement Plan

What's Happening

The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB), supported by the Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment (OIPI), the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT), will study Interstate 64 (I-64) from the West Virginia state line to I-664 in Chesapeake to initiate a data-driven analysis for the development of the I-64 Corridor Improvement Plan (CIP) which will:

As directed by the CTB, the study team will identify targeted improvements and incident management strategies for the corridor.

Public Briefings

The CTB will receive briefings during the study time frame.

Public Involvement

Virtual Participation:

The study team will use an online information exchange platform that will allow corridor users to participate at their own convenience. This platform, MetroQuest, was similarly used during the I-95 Corridor Improvement Plan and garnered hundreds of responses and over 10,000 data points for the study team to consider as part of their analysis. The survey will use social media and other digital methods, such as geo-fencing (targeting users based on their location near the study corridor) to reach as many users of the I-64 corridor as possible.

Attend a meeting:

The study team will host a series of meetings, with each being held in multiple areas along the corridor. Each series of meetings will build on information shared in the previous series, starting with problem identification and culminating in a package of solutions intended to target the worst trouble spots on the corridor.

Meeting time and location information will be shared here and through various media and social media outlets as plans are finalized.