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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 and I-664 from the West Virginia state line to the Hampton Roads Region to initiate a data-driven analysis for the development of the 64 / 664 Corridor Improvement Plan, which will:
As directed by the CTB, the study team will identify targeted improvements and incident management strategies for the corridor.
The CTB will receive briefings throughout the study.
The next round of public involvement for the Interstate 64/664 Corridor Improvement Plan will be incorporated into the annual Six Year Improvement Program (SYIP) spring meetings, which will be hosted virtually in each of VDOT’s nine construction districts. More information about the spring meetings can be found on the CTB 2021 Virtual Spring SYIP Meetings page.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings and social distancing guidelines, the study team utilized virtual public involvement tools in place of in-person meetings for the I-64/664 Corridor Study
Pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related nondiscrimination authorities, the Virginia Department of Transportation collects responses to the questions to evaluate access to public meetings for ALL persons in the community. Disclosure of this information is strictly voluntary and anonymous.
The study team will use an enhanced project website that provides the same materials one would see at a typical public meeting, but allows people to participate remotely and at their own convenience. For each round of public involvement, the study team will update the website with new materials, although materials from previous rounds will still be available.
The enhanced project website includes an online information exchange platform called MetroQuest that will allow corridor users to provide the project team with location-specific information regarding their own experiences and ideas for improving the corridor.
This platform was used during the I-95 Corridor Improvement Plan process 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 and I-664 corridors as possible.