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March 15, 2021



BOWERS HILL INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS STUDY CITIZEN COMMENT OPPORTUNITY NOW OPEN
Video presentation and online survey now available

CHESAPEAKE / SUFFOLK – The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) invites citizens to participate in the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study Citizen Comment Opportunity by reviewing updates to the study website, watching an online video presentation and taking a survey posted at https://vdotmeeting.com/bowershill.

This Citizen Comment Opportunity is being presented to share information and collect feedback on the study initiated by VDOT, in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), on the preliminary concepts that could potentially address the purpose and need of the study and are inviting feedback from the public on this stage of the study.

The purpose of the study, currently in the environmental review phase, is to reduce congestion, improve travel reliability and provide additional travel choices on I-664 from, and including, the        
 Bowers Hill Interchange to College Drive.  

The Bowers Hill Interchange study area includes the Bowers Hill Interchange where I-64, I-264, I-664, Route 58, Route 13 and Jolliff Road (Route 191) meet in Chesapeake, and seven miles north along I-664 to College Drive in Suffolk. Considerations also include how the study area would interact with Express Lanes planned for portions of I-64 east of the study area. 

The video presentation and survey, including a downloadable brochure, frequently asked questions list and informational slides, are available online now and survey comments shared online or via mail by March 25 will be included in the public record.

The video presentation and survey, including a downloadable brochure, frequently asked questions list and informational slides, are available March 15 – 25, 2021 online at https://vdotmeeting.com/bowershill. Survey comments shared online or via mail by March 25 will be included in the public record.



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