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Jenny O'Quinn 804-225-4984


Oct. 26, 2020

Provide input online in the second round of public engagement

RICHMOND, Va. – The Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment, the Virginia Department of Transportation, and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation, at the direction of the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB), continue work to develop an improvement plan for Virginia’s 320 miles of the Interstate 64 and 664 corridor between the West Virginia state line and the Hampton Roads region. The public is invited to provide feedback on proposed solutions in a second round of online engagement opportunities, scheduled to run through November 21.

“I-64/664 is a critical multimodal corridor in Virginia that serves as a major commuter route and moves more than 7.2 million trucks and $135 billion in goods annually,” said Secretary of Transportation Shannon Valentine. “As we advance options to improve safety, reliability, and congestion, feedback from citizens is an integral component in the decision process.”

The first round of public engagement for the I-64/664 Corridor Improvement Plan, completed in mid-August, focused on existing conditions on the corridor. In the second round, information is being provided regarding potential safety and congestion solutions identified as a result of the first round of input.

An enhanced project website includes videos, interactive maps, display boards, photos, and other materials to provide detailed information about the potential solutions. Feedback provided by stakeholders will be considered as team members study the corridor and prepare a draft corridor improvement plan. The CTB will report its findings to the General Assembly during the 2021 session. 

This study is part of the Interstate Operations and Enhancement Program, established through action of the Virginia General Assembly in April 2020, to improve the safety, reliability, and travel flow along interstate highway corridors in the Commonwealth. 


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