Virtual Public Involvement I-64 Hampton Roads Express Lanes Norfolk Segment (1A/1B)
The HREL Norfolk Segment will repurpose I-64 in both directions from I-264 in Virginia Beach to Patrol Road in Norfolk. The three existing general purpose (GP) lanes and shoulders will be converted to one part-time, high-occupancy express shoulder lane and three GP lanes. The bridges over Tidewater Drive will be widened and rehabilitated. Several existing bridges along the corridor will be rehabilitated and spot widening will occur to accommodate the typical section along the corridor.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) welcomes you to the virtual public information meeting webpage for the I-64 Hampton Roads Express Lanes Project Norfolk Segment (1A/1B) in the City of Norfolk.
VDOT strives to ensure that all members of the community have the opportunity to participate in public decisions on transportation projects and VDOT representatives are present to discuss the project and answer your questions.
A comment sheet is included in the meeting materials and your input is encouraged. All oral and written comments received on this project will be included in a transcript for review by VDOT personnel, citizens and other interested parties.
The Hampton Roads Express Lanes Norfolk Segment (1A/1B) Public Hearing Materials will be posted here as available.
Provide your feedback by December 12, 2021 using a method below.
Fill out the survey below under Comments
or use the Questions window during the meeting
Ms. Claudia Walsh
7511 Burbage Drive
Suffolk, VA 23435
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Virtual Public Information Meeting
The project team made a short presentation on Dec. 1 at 5:30 p.m. and answered questions after the presentation.
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