Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board

Interstate 95 Corridor Improvement Plan

What's Being Done

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 95 (I-95) to initiate a data-driven study to develop the I-95 Corridor Plan which will (i) identify key problem areas along the corridor, and (ii) identify potential solutions and areas for additional review and study.

As directed in Senate Joint Resolution 276 and House Joint Resolution 581 during the 2019 General Assembly, the study team will identify targeted improvements and incident management strategies for the corridor.

The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) will receive briefings during the study time frame.

Public Involvement

Attend a meeting:

You are invited to provide input on the I-95 Corridor Improvement Plan online or at an in-person meeting, the second in a series of online feedback opportunities and meetings between now and later this fall. The purpose of this second series of meetings is to solicit input on potential targeted safety and congestion solutions along I-95 in the Commonwealth. There will be a brief presentation at the beginning of each meeting followed by time for the public to provide input on potential solutions to safety and congestion issues in the corridor. The Commonwealth Transportation Board will take your comments into consideration as it develops the Plan. Comments can be submitted via email to: Take the latest I-95 MetroQuest survey. Attendance at the meetings in not required in order to submit comments online.

The Northern Virginia meeting will also provide information and opportunity for input on the I-95 Auxiliary Lane project between Route 123 and Prince William Parkway on I-95 south.

Feedback provided by members of communities, industries, and other stakeholders will be considered as team members study the corridor throughout the summer and prepare a draft plan report in the fall. The team and the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) plan to report findings to the General Assembly prior to the opening of Session in January 2020. 

The current comment period will now end October 31, 2019. Additional comment opportunities will be available throughout the study.

Public meetings are being held at the below-listed dates and times at the noted locations.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019


James Monroe High School  2300 Washington Avenue  Fredericksburg, VA 22401

6–8 p.m.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019*

Richmond District

Richmond Marriott Short Pump 4240 Dominion Boulevard

Glen Allen, VA 23060

4-7 p.m.

*This meeting is combined with regularly-scheduled Fall Transportation Meetings.

Thursday, October 17, 2019**

Northern Virginia

Freedom High School

15201 Neabsco Mills Road

Woodbridge, VA 22191

6–8 p.m.

**This meeting will include information about the auxiliary lane project on southbound I-95 between Route 123 and Prince William Parkway.

Provide Comments:

Comments will be accepted at meetings, the 95 Corridor Plan online engagement platform or by contacting the study team at, or by mail to 1401 E. Broad St., Richmond, Virginia 23219.

The online comment form is now available at the latest I-95 MetroQuest survey. Attendance at the meetings in not required in order to submit comments online.

Meeting Materials:

Second Series

Corridor-Wide Improvement Strategies:

Northern Virginia District:

Richmond District:

Fredericksburg District:

Richmond District:

Hampton Roads District:

First Series

General Information Along Corridor:

Review the below materials specific to the locations that affect you.

Northern Virginia District:

Fredericksburg District:

Richmond District: