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U.S. 360/Rt. 288 Interchange Area Study

Chesterfield County

Project at a Glance

Locality
Chesterfield

District
Richmond

Contact
Mark Riblett
(804) 524-6151

What's Being Done

In 2011, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) initiated a study to address operational and safety concerns immediate to the US 360/Route 288 interchange. This study concluded that although some short-term improvements could help to a limited extent, this area has larger and longer-term needs which were beyond the scope of the initial study. As a result, VDOT decided to fund a more comprehensive sub-area planning study by expanding the corridor limits and including additional analysis used to identify a plan of improvements. The study will help VDOT, Chesterfield County, and other project stakeholders in identifying and developing operational and capacity improvements necessary to remedy existing operational and capacity deficiencies and support anticipated future traffic growth.  The study area was approximately 10 miles long and included I-95 from just north the Hermitage Rd Exit (mm 81) to the James River (mm 73) as well as I-64 West from Staples Mill Rd to the Bryan Park Interchange and I-195 from Laburnum Avenue to the Bryan Park Interchange.

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