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Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study

City of Chesapeake
Project at a Glance
Begin Date
February 2018

Est Completion Date
Early 2020


Hampton Roads

Nina Napolitano

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.

Virtual Presentation/Citizen Information Meeting

Virtual Meeting: Video and Survey

Citizens are invited to watch the video presentation posted below, which explains three conceptual alternatives for improvements at the Bowers Hill Interchange, and take an online survey to submit their comments by clicking here

Comments must be submitted by no later than Saturday, September 1, 2018. For more information about Public Comments, please see the information below.

VDOT hosted a Citizen Information Meeting as follows to present the purpose and need for the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study as well as solicit citizen input on conceptual plans for improving the Bowers Hill Interchange in Chesapeake:

Citizen Information Meeting: In-person Presentation and Discussion

August 22, 2018, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Jolliff Middle School

1021 Jolliff Rd, Chesapeake, VA 23321

Citizen Information Meeting Materials/Public Comment Opportunity

Meeting Materials

The following materials will be presented at the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study Citizen Information Meeting: 

Study Introduction and Welcome

Study Purpose and Need

Existing Conditions at the Bowers Hill Interchange

Improvement Concept 1: Optimize Lane Balance

Improvement Concept 2: Eastbound and Westbound Route 58 Braided Ramps

Improvement Concept 3: Full Interchange Reconstruction

Next Steps in the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study

Other Studies and/or Projects near the Bowers Hill Interchange

Interim Improvements at the Bowers Hill Interchange

Public Comment

The public comment period will close on Saturday, September 1, 2018, ten (10) days following the Citizen Information Meeting. VDOT will review and evaluate any information received as a result of the Citizen Information Meeting. 

You may submit comments in writing by using the online survey here, printing and mailing the comment form here or e-mailing your comments directly to Information must be postmarked, e-mailed or delivered to VDOT within 10 calendar days of the Citizen Information Meeting.

This information, including the meeting summary, will be available for review at the VDOT Hampton Roads District Headquarters located at 7511 Burbage Drive, Suffolk, VA 23435, 757-956-3000. Please call ahead to ensure the availability of appropriate personnel to answer your questions.

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

Stay Involved

Want to be on our mailing list for the Bowers Hill Interchange Improvements Study? Send a message to 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 meeting.  The study website will continue to be updated with upcoming meeting information as it becomes available.  Meeting times and locations will also be advertised.

Enabled by funding from:

Bristol area projects Salem area projects Staunton area projects Lynchburg area projects Culpeper area projects Richmond area projects Northern Virginia projects Fredericksburg area projects Hampton Roads projects
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