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I-264/64 Interchange Lighting Replacement Project


Project at a Glance

Begin Date
Early 2012

$2.2 Million

Lane Construction Corporation


Hampton Roads

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Project Overview

Several years ago, 28 high-mast interstate lighting units were removed at the I-264/I-64 Interchange because of aging light pole structures. The I-264/I-64 Interchange Lighting Upgrade project will replace the lighting units on both the east and westbound lanes of I-64 and I-264. This project will re-install lighting (23 poles) at the I-264/64 interchange.

Crews began placing light poles in March 2013.  The new lights have all of their illumination focused toward the ground reducing light pollution into the upper atmosphere and light trespass beyond the interchange.

A second project is being developed to replace the remaining poles at other interchanges and is scheduled for advertisement in May 2014.  

Current Status: All 23 lights in this corridor were illuminated in July 2013, following Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations.

Press about the Project

Interstate 64-264 interchange is getting new lights


April 11, 2013

New Lights on the way for I-264


November 1, 2011

Light Coming to 264/64 Interchange


February 23, 2011

Lack of Money to Replace Light Poles


November 9, 2007

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