Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board

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Interstate 95 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 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.

Interim I-95 Corridor Improvement Plan

Now Available

Public Briefings

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

Public Involvement

The final round of public involvement for the Interstate 95 Corridor Improvement Plan will coincide with that of the Interstate 64 Corridor Improvement Plan, which is currently planned for December 2020. Updated information will be available on this page once it is released.

Any questions or comments can be submitted via email to: VA95corridorplan@vdot.virginia.gov.

Next Steps:

Prior to full finalization of the Interstate 95 Corridor Improvement Plan, the study team will also conduct a study of Interstate 64 in the summer of 2020. Once complete, the study team will present a listing of prioritized capital projects for both interstate corridors to the CTB for its consideration in determining potential allocations from available funding sources. Following the prioritization, the Interim I-95 Corridor Improvement Plan will be finalized and presented to the CTB for action. 

Meeting Materials:

Third Series

Corridor-Wide Improvement Strategies:

Northern Virginia District:

Fredericksburg District:

Richmond District:

Hampton Roads District:

Second Series

Corridor-Wide Improvement Strategies:

Northern Virginia 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: