Thursday, February 17, 2011

Draft 2034 Long Range Plan (LRP)

Under Federal law, every four years the TPO is required to turn out a transportation plan for the region with a twenty year scope. At today's TPO Retreat, the draft projects list was released.


1. Route 460

2. I-64 Peninsula Corridor

3. Patriots' Crossing

4. Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel

5. High-Speed and Intercity Passenger Rail

6. Virginia Beach Transit Extension


1. Midtown Tunnel/MLK Freeway/Downtown Tunnel, in Portsmouth/Norfolk

2. Dominion Boulevard, in Chesapeake

3. Route 17 (Hampton Highway to Dare Road), in York County

4. Lynnhaven Parkway (Centerville Turnpike to Indian River Road), in Virginia Beach

5. Patriots' Crossing (Craney Island Connector), in Portsmouth

6. Route 58 (Suffolk Bypass to Manning Bridge Road), in Suffolk

7. I-64 (Jefferson Avenue to Fort Eustis Boulevard), in Newport News

8. Lesner Bridge, in Virginia Beach

9. Military Highway (Lowery Road to Robin Hood Road), in Norfolk

10. Route 17 (Dare Road to Denbigh Boulevard), in York County

11. Holland Road (Dam Neck Road to Nimmo Parkway), in Virginia Beach

12. Witchduck Road (I-264 to Virginia Beach Boulevard), in Virginia Beach

13. Laskin Road (Republic Road to Oriole Drive), in Virginia Beach

14. Washington Avenue Bridge Replacement, in Newport News

15. Indian River Road (Lynnhaven Parkway to Elbow Road), in Virginia Beach

16. Laskin Road (Oriole Drive to 30th/31st Street), in Virginia Beach

17. Elbow Road/Dam Neck Road (Indian River Road to Princess Anne Road), in Virginia Beach


1. I-64/I-264 Interchange Phasing, in Norfolk/Virginia Beach

2. I-64 (Fort Eustis Boulevard to Route 199, Exit 242), in Newport News/James City County

3. I-64 Southside Phasing (High Rise Bridge), in Chesapeake

4. I-64 Interchange at Fort Eustis Boulevard, in Newport News


These are fully-funded projects in the queue

1. Gilmerton Bridge, in Chesapeake

2. Portsmouth Boulevard (Joliff Road to Chesapeake city line), in Chesapeake

3. Commander Shepard Boulevard (Big Bethel Road to Magruder Boulevard), in Hampton

4. Saunders Road (Big Bethel Road to Newport News city line), in Hampton

5. Bridge Street Bridge, in Hampton

6. Conventional Passenger Rail Service to Norfolk

7. Huntington Avenue Bridge Replacement (over Northrup Grumman Railroad Spur), in Newport News

8. Fort Eustis Boulevard Bridge Replacements (over CSX Railroad), in Newport News

9. Middle Ground Boulevard (Jefferson Avenue to Warwick Boulevard), in Newport News

10. Fort Eustis Boulevard (Jefferson Avenue to Route 17), in Newport News

11. Hampton Boulevard railroad grade separation, in Norfolk

12. I-64/Norview Avenue interchange, in Norfolk

13. I-564 Intermodal Connector, in Norfolk

14. Wesleyan Drive (Northampton Boulevard to Baker Road), in Norfolk/Virginia Beach

15. Wythe Creek Road (Alphus Street to Hampton city line), in Poquoson

16. Turnpike Road (Portsmouth Boulevard to Constitution Avenue), in Portsmouth

17. Nansemond Parkway (Helen Street to NS Railroad), in Suffolk

18. Birdneck Road (General Booth Boulevard to Southern Boulevard), in Virginia Beach

19. Constitution Drive (Columbus Street to Bonney Road), in Virginia Beach

20. Princess Anne Road & Nimmo Parkway, in Virginia Beach

21. I-264 at London Bridge, in Virginia Beach

22. Witchduck Road (Princess Anne Road to I-264), in Virginia Beach

23. Kempsville Road/Princess Anne Road intersection, in Virginia Beach

24. Nimmo Parkway (Holland Road to General Booth Boulevard), in Virginia Beach


Anonymous said...

If we didn't get rid of the tolls on 44 in the first place, we could've used revenue to pay for interchanges

Avenging Archangel said...

Tolls will probably have to come back to pay for the improvements.

Put those in conjunction with the light rail line, and you have an incentive for people to ride....