Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study
|City of Chesapeake|
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), has initiated the environmental review process for the preparation of an Environmental Assessment (EA) to evaluate potential transportation improvements at the Bowers Hill interchange. The Bowers Hill interchange includes a confluence of I-664, I-64, I-264, U.S. Route 460, U.S. Route 58, U.S. Route 13 and Jolliff Road (VA Route 191).
The project study will identify potential short-term and long-term operational improvements. The study boundary limits will be informed by scoping and refined through the course of the study.
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Virtual Scoping Meeting: May 10-June 9, 2018
You can help change your commute. Watch the video to begin participating in the Virtual Scoping Meeting. Read the release about the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study and Virtual Scoping Process here.
Take the Survey: Now closed
An online survey requesting feedback on potential improvements to the Bowers Hill Interchange is now closed. The survey period was May 10-June 9, 2018. Thank you for participating.
Want to be on our mailing list for the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study? Send a message to HamptonRoadsPublicInfo@vdot.virginia.gov with "Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements" in the subject line. We'll send updates about additional opportunities for citizen involvement.
Multiple opportunities for public feedback and involvement in the development of the study will be provided. VDOT, in coordination with FHWA, will solicit public and agency comments through public scoping and informational meetings to be scheduled soon. The study website will continue to be updated with upcoming meeting information as it becomes available. Meeting times and locations will also be advertised.