Interstate 64 and Branches 
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From:  Bowers Hill (City of Chesapeake)
To:  WV State Line, near Callaghan (Alleghany County)
Total Length:  299 miles
Nationally I-64 runs from Chesapeake to the Missouri River (along US 40/US 61) west of St Louis, MO, about 955 miles




ROUTE LOG
WV STATE LINE: 0 - 0
EXIT 1 - F-046: 2 - 2
EXIT 7 (old 2) - SR 661: 5 - 7
EXIT 10 (old 3) - US 60 EB, VA 159: 3 - 10
COV-AG LINE: 3 - 13
EXIT 14 (old 4) - VA 154: 1 - 14
AG-COV LINE: 1 - 15
EXIT 16 (old 5) - US 60 WB, US 220 NB: 1 - 16
EXIT 21 (old 6) - SR 616: 5 - 21
EXIT 24 (old 7) - US 60 Bus, US 220 Bus, VA 384: 3 - 24
EXIT 27 (old 8) - US 60 Bus, US 220 SB: 3 - 27
EXIT 29 (old 9) - VA 42, VA 269: 2 - 29
EXIT 35 (old 10) - VA 269: 6 - 35
RO-AG LINE: 5 - 40
EXIT 43 (old 11) - SR 780: 2 - 43
EXIT 50 (old 12) - US 60 EB: 7 - 50
EXIT 55 (old 13) - US 11: 5 - 55
EXIT 56 (old 14) - I-81 SB (exit 191): 1 - 56
EXIT 195 (old 53) - US 11: 4 - 60
EXIT 200 (old 53A) - SR 710: 5 - 65
EXIT 205 (old 54) - SR 606: 5 - 70
AU-RO LINE: 1 - 71
EXIT 213 (old 55) - US 11: 7 - 78
EXIT 217 (old 55A) - SR 654: 4 - 82
EXIT 220 (old 55B) - VA 262: 3 - 85
EXIT 87 (old 15) - I-81 NB (exit 221): 1 - 86
EXIT 91 (old 16) - VA 285: 5 - 91
EXIT 94 (old 17) - US 340: 3 - 94
WNB-AU LINE: 0 - 94
EXIT 96 (old 18) - SR 624: 2 - 96
AU-WNB LINE: 0.5 - 96.5
NL-AU LINE: 2.5 - 99
EXIT 99 (old 19) - US 250: 0 - 99
AL-AU LINE: 1 - 100
EXIT 107 (old 20) - US 250: 7 - 107
EXIT 114 (old 21) - SR 637: 7 - 114
EXIT 118 (old 22) - US 29: 4 - 118
EXIT 120 (old 23) - SR 631: 2 - 120
EXIT 121 (old 24) - VA 20: 1 - 121
EXIT 124 (old 25) - US 250: 3 - 124
EXIT 129 (old 26) - SR 616: 5 - 129
FL-AL LINE: 1 - 130
LO-FL LINE: 1 - 131
EXIT 136 (old 27) - US 15: 5 - 136
EXIT 143 (old 28) - VA 208: 7 - 143
GO-LO LINE: 5 - 148
EXIT 148 (old 29) - SR 605: 0 - 148
EXIT 152 (old 30) - SR 629: 4 - 152
LO-GO LINE: 4 - 156
EXIT 159 (old 31) - US 522: 3 - 159
GO-LO LINE: 2 - 161
EXIT 167 (old 32) - SR 617: 6 - 167
EXIT 173 (old 33) - SR 623: 6 - 173
EXIT 175 - VA 288: 2 - 175
HR-GO LINE: 0 - 175
EXIT 177 (old 34) - I-295 (exit 53): 2 - 177
EXIT 178 (old 35) - US 250: 1 - 178
EXIT 180 (old 36) - Gaskins Rd: 2 - 180
EXIT 181 (old 37) - Parham Rd: 1 - 181
EXIT 183 (old 38) - US 250: 2 - 183
EXIT 185 (old 39) - US 33: 2 - 185
EXIT 186 (old 40) - I-195 SB: 1 - 186
RIC-HR LINE: 0 - 186
EXIT 187 (old 41) - I-95 NB (exit 79), I-195 END: 0.5 - 186.5
EXIT 78 (old 14) - VA 161: 0.5 - 187
EXIT 76 (old 13) - US 1, US 301: 2 - 189
EXIT 190 (old 43) - I-95 SB (exit 75): 1 - 190
EXIT 192 (old 44) - US 360: 2 - 192
HR-RIC LINE: 0 - 192
EXIT 193 (old 45) - VA 33: 1 - 193
EXIT 195 (old 46) - Laburnum Ave: 2 - 195
EXIT 197 (old 47) - VA 156: 2 - 197
EXIT 200 (old 48) - I-295 (exit 28): 3 - 200
NK-HR LINE: 4 - 204
EXIT 205 (old 49) - VA 33 WB, VA 249: 1 - 205
EXIT 211 (old 50) - VA 106: 6 - 211
EXIT 214 (old 51) - VA 155: 3 - 214
EXIT 220 (old 52) - VA 33 EB: 6 - 220
JC-NK LINE: 5 - 225
EXIT 227 (old 53) - VA 30: 2 - 227
EXIT 231 (old 54) - SR 607: 4 - 231
YO-JC LINE: 1 - 232
EXIT 234 (old 55) - VA 199: 2 - 234
EXIT 238 (old 56) - VA 143: 4 - 238
EXIT 242 (old 57) - VA 199: 4 - 242
EXIT 243 (old 58) - VA 143: 1 - 243
JC-YO LINE: 0 - 243
NNS-JC LINE: 3 - 246
EXIT 247 (old 59) - VA 143: 0 - 246
EXIT 247 (old 59) - VA 238: 1 - 247
EXIT 250 (old 60) - VA 105: 3 - 250
EXIT 255 (old 61) - VA 143: 5 - 255
EXIT 256 (old 61A) - VA 171: 1 - 256
EXIT 258 (old 62) - US 17: 2 - 258
HAM-NNS LINE: 1 - 259
EXIT 261 (old 62AB) - Hampton Rds Ctr. Pkwy: 2 - 261
EXIT 262 (old 63) - VA 134 NB: 1 - 262
EXIT 263 (old 64) - US 258, VA 134 SB: 1 - 263
EXIT 264 (old 65) - I-664 (exit 1): 1 - 264
EXIT 265 (old 66) - Langley Blvd: 0.5 - 264.5
EXIT 265 B/C (old 67) - VA 134: 0.5 - 265
EXIT 267 (old 68) - US 60 WB, VA 143: 2 - 267
EXIT 268 (old 69) - VA 169: 1 - 268
NOR-HAM LINE: 2 - 270
EXIT 272 (old 70) - Ocean View Dr: 2 - 272
EXIT 273 (old 71) - US 60 EB: 1 - 273
EXIT 274 (old 72) - Bay Ave: 1 - 274
EXIT 276 (old 73) - US 460: 1.5 - 275.5
EXIT 276C (old 74) - I-564, VA 165: 0.5 - 276
EXIT 277 (old 75) - VA 168: 1 - 277
EXIT 278 (old 76) - VA 194: 1 - 278
EXIT 279 (old 77) - VA 247: 1 - 279
EXIT 281 (old 78) - VA 165: 2 - 281
EXIT 282 (old 79) - US 13, VA 166: 1 - 282
EXIT 284 (old 80) - I-264 (exit 14): 2 - 284
VAB-NOR LINE: 1 - 285
EXIT 286 (old 81) - Indian River Rd: 1 - 286
CHE-VAB LINE: 1.5 - 287.5
EXIT 289 (old 82) - Greenbrier Pkwy: 1.5 - 289
EXIT 290 (old 83) - VA 168 NB, VA 168 Bus: 1 - 290
EXIT 291 (old 84) - I-464 (exit 1), US 17 SB, VA 168 SB: 1 - 291
EXIT 292 (old 85) - VA 190: 1 - 292
EXIT 296 (old 86) - US 17 NB, US 17 Bus: 4 - 296
EXIT 297 (old 87) - US 13, US 460: 2 - 298
EXIT 299 (old 88) - I-264 (exit 1), I-664 (exit 14): 2 - 300


Creation: I-64 was first labeled on the 1961 Official Map, showing it open from VA 143 Jefferson Ave to the east side of the Hampton Roads Tunnel (multiplexed with VA 168).  The 1959 Official Map shows the road open from US 258 to Ocean View (labeled as VA 168).  The multiplex with I-95 existed, but was not implied as part of I-64 on Official State Maps until 1968.
Adjustments: In 1965, I-64 opened between US 60/220 Covington and US 60/220 Clifton Forge.
In 1966, I-64 West was extended from VA 143 Jefferson Ave to VA 143/VA 168 WB (curr VA 143) Camp Peary, still all multiplexed with VA 168.  Also, the section between VA 33 (curr VA 33 WB, VA 249) Bottoms Bridge and SR 672 (curr Laburnum Ave) opened.
In 1967, I-64 added the WV Line to Covington segment to the 1965 segment.  Also, a piece of the I-64/81 multiplex opened between US 11 north of Lexington to US 11-340 Greenville. Also, a section opened between VA 168 Tidewater Dr. and US 13 Northampton Blvd.  Also, the Laburnum Ave section was extended west to US 360 Mechanicsville Tpk.
In 1968, I-64 became continuous between US 250 Short Pump and VA 33 Bottoms Bridge.  Also, I-64 in the Norfolk area was expanded from VA 104 (current I-464) to VA 168 Tidewater Dr.
In 1969, the rest of the I-81 multiplex was completed (still no I-64 exits at either end).  Plus, I-64 was extended from US 250 Short Pump to US 522 Gum Spring. Plus, I-64 was expanded in the Tidewater area to run from I-264 at Bowers Hill to VA 165-170 Little Creek Rd.
In 1971, I-64 was extended east around Clifton Forge.  Also, the section from I-81 Staunton to US 340 Waynesboro opened.  Additionally, US 250 Crozet to US 522 Gum Spring was opened.
In 1972, I-64 was opened from US 340 to US 250 Afton Mtn. Plus, I-64 was extended west along VA 168 from Camp Peary to Lightfoot.
In 1973 the piece between US 250 Afton Mtn and US 250 Crozet was opened.  Also, I-64 opened between VA 33 Bottoms Bridge and VA 30.
In 1974, I-64 was opened between US 60 Ocean View and the 4th St. (curr US 60) exit.
In 1975, I-64 was extended from VA 30 to VA 168 (curr SR 607/VA 30).
In 1976 the small gap between Ocean View and Little Creek Rd. was opened.  Also, 6 miles of I-64 opened between I-81 Lexington and US 60.
The 1978 map shows the last section at Norge completed.
In 1979, I-64 was opened between the current VA 269 eastern exit and the US 60 split west of Lexington.
In 1980, the last segment of I-64 in Virginia was finished, connecting the two exits for current VA 269.
Posting: Fully posted; In Covington, there is a fully colored I-64 sign on a state shield cutout. From Indian River Road to Bowers Hill I-64 is posted sans direction banners.
From Dave:
As you might expect, the I-64 loop around Norfolk causes some signage and directional problems.  At one point, there was discussion of renumbering the Interstates in that area, in order to make it less confusing for travelers to VA Beach and the Outer Banks, and to get more people to use the underutilized Monitor-Merrimac Bridge-Tunnel (I-664).  There used to be an entire web site about this.  The proposals included:
A) Renumber nothing.  Sign the I-64/664 beltway as the "Hampton Roads Beltway".
B) Renumber I-64 between Bowers Hill and VA 44/I-264 as I-664.  Renumber VA 44 to I-64.
C) Renumber I-64 from Bowers Hill to VA 44/I-264, as well as VA 44 to I-664.
D) Renumber all of I-664 and VA 44 as I-64.  Renumber I-64 from Newport News to VA 44/I-264 as I-864.
Predictably, option A was chosen, although later VA 44 was dropped for an extended I-264.
The Norfolk paper (Virginia Pilot) has an occasional article on these renumbering ideas a couple times a year.
The southern part of the I-64 beltway has no directional signage, and used to have obscure checkerboard signs over the I-64 shields.  There are also special signs pointing to the Outer Banks.
David Thompson has this to say:
    As for those checkerboard signs near the end of I-64, those were supposed to designate an alternate route to the the Outer Banks via I-664 to VA 168. One color (orange?) was "to NC" and the other color (blue?) was "from NC". This didn't work out too well, so VDOT put up signs that actually *said* which way to get to NC.
More signage: When you have a road heading toward six 100,000+ cities and an additional major tourist attraction, you've got a bit of a political dilemma when it comes to signage.  VA solves the problem east of Richmond by always including Williamsburg and Norfolk on distance signs, with Newport News, Hampton, and VA Beach rotating on the third spot.  Portsmouth isn't on I-64, and I guess Chesapeake isn't considered important.

Comments:  The westbound beginning of I-64 is notable for the fact that you're initially going east from Bowers Hill/I-664 before turning around.  I-64 is the first 2di Interstate Dave has memories of after I-95 and I-76, because his family used to use it on the way to Williamsburg and North Carolina in the 70's.
The Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel opened in 1957 (as US 60). 
West of Richmond (except for I-81 multiplex and Charlottesville on UVA football days) I-64 is uncrowded and rather scenic.  From Richmond eastward I-64 is very busy and oftentimes congested.
The east side of Afton Mountain has had several rockslides over the years that have forced closures of I-64.  Afton Mtn also can be blanketed in thick fog, which has prompted VDOT to install a fog warning system near the summit.
I-64 totally blows off VA 18, VA 188, VA 22, VA 271, VA 157, VA 197, VA 33 (Sandston), VA 173, VA 152, VA 351, VA 165, and US 58.
While I-64 uses milepost-based exit numbering, its daughters all use sequential exit numbering, except I-564, which does not have exit numbers at all.
Additional detailed info on I-64 exists on Scott Kozel's site.

 
 
From:  Bowers Hill (City of Chesapeake)
To:  Parks Ave (5 blocks short of ) City of Virginia Beach Oceanfront
Total Length:  ~24.5 miles  




ROUTE LOG
EXIT 1 - I-64 (exit 299), I-664 (exit 14): 0 - 0
POR-CHE LINE: 0.75 - 0.75
EXIT 2 - Greenwood Blvd: 0.75 - 1.5
EXIT 3 - VA 239: 1.25 - 2.75
EXIT 4 - US 460 ALT WB, VA 337: 1 - 3.75
EXIT 5 - US 17: 1 - 4.75
EXIT 6 - Des Moines Ave: 1 - 5.75
EXIT 7 - VA 141: 0.75 - 6.5
NOR-POR LINE: 0.5 - 7
EXIT 8 - I-464 (exit 6), VA 337 WB: 0.5 - 7.5
EXIT 9 - US 460 ALT EB, VA 337 ALT: 0.5 - 8
EXIT 10 - VA 337 EB: 0.5 - 8.5
EXIT 11 - US 460, VA 166, VA 168: 0.5 - 9
EXIT 12 - VA 405: 1 - 10
EXIT 14 (old 13) - US 13: 3 - 13
EXIT 14 - I-64 (exit 284): 0.75 - 13.75
EXIT 15 (old 1) - VA 403: 0.75 - 14.5
VAB-NOR LINE: 0 - 14.5
EXIT 16 (old 2) - VA 190: 2.5 - 17
EXIT 17 (old 3) - VA 225: 1 - 18
EXIT 18 (old 4) - Rosemont Rd: 1 - 19
EXIT 19 (old 5) - Lynnhaven Pkwy: 1.5 - 20.5: 0 - 20
EXIT 20 (old 6) - US 58, US 58 Bus: 2 - 22
EXIT 21 (old 7) - First Colonial Rd: 1.5 - 23.5
EXIT 22 (old 8) - Birdneck Rd: 0.5 - 24
END I-264: 0.5 - 24.5

Creation:  First appeared as a dotted line in 1963. The first section to open was between US 13-460 Military Hwy and US 17 Frederick Blvd. in 1966.
Adjustments:  In 1967, I-264 was extended east to US 460 ALT (curr VA 141).
In 1968, the section of I-264 east between US 460, VA 166, VA 168 and I-64 was opened, the first time I-264 actually met I-64.
In 1972, I-264 was extended west from US 460, VA 166, VA 168 to US 460 ALT at the Berkley Bridge (but not over it).
In 1986, I-264 was extended from VA 141 east through the Downtown Tunnel to VA 337 at the west side of the Berkley Bridge (but not over it).
In late 1991, I-264 was completed on the Berkley Bridge.
In late 1999, I-264 was extended east over VA 44 from I-64 to Virginia Beach. VA 44 was deposted in 2001.
Posting:  Fully posted; however, VA 239, US 460 ALT, VA 337 ALT, VA 337, VA 405, VA 403, VA 190, and VA 225 are not posted from I-264.  Neither were the former VA 4xx routes which intersected I-264 (410, 411, 414).  VA 337 (which follows I-264 across the Berkley Bridge) may have been posted at the eastbound Tidewater Dr exit at one point, but is not posted there now.
Several white-background I-264 trailblazers exist on side streets near I-264.  At least one white-background I-264 shield exists on the mainline, WB just past the Downtown Tunnel.
A blue-background WB I-264 shield exists on the mainline west of US 13/Military Hwy.
Comments:  Except for its westernmost mileage, I-264 is very busy and congested.  The Berkley Bridge/Downtown Tunnel complex is one of the worst bottlenecks in the Hampton Roads area.  Eastbound I-264 through traffic must merge right at least one lane while on the Berkeley Bridge, lest they exit off onto St. Paul's Blvd and into downtown Norfolk.
HOV lanes exist from Waterside Dr. to Rosemont Rd., except a short distance on either side of I-64 where left side ramps are in the way.
Long range plans call to build a freeway connection from I-264 to the US 58-VA 141 junction.  Additional plans call for reconstructing the interchanges in Virginia Beach.  No $$$ exists for these projects, however.
I-264 totally blows off VA 165.
Froggie's Comments:  For continuity purposes, the 5 blocks of 21st and 22nd Streets between Parks Ave and US 60/Pacific Ave could be signed as VA 264.

Additional detailed info on I-264 exists on Scott Kozel's site.
I-364  Proposed




Previous I-364's:
I-364:  In July 1958, VDOT proposed I-364 as the number for current I-464. (Andy Vick - website discontinued)
From:  City of Chesapeake
To:   South Norfolk (City of Norfolk)
Total Length:  6 miles  




ROUTE LOG
EXIT 1 - I-64 (exit 291), US 17, VA 168: 0 - 0
EXIT 2 - US 13: 1 - 1
EXIT 3 - US 460, VA 166: 1 - 2
EXIT 4 - VA 337: 2 - 4
NOR-CHE LINE: 1 - 5
EXIT 5 - VA 337 WB: 0 - 5
EXIT 6 - I-264 (exit 8), US 460 ALT, VA 337 EB: 1 - 6

Creation: Dotted lines appeared in 1967, although this routing had been proposed as I-364 in July 1958 and switched to I-464 in September 1958.
In 1968, I-464 opened between I-64/VA 104 and US 13 Military Hwy.
Adjustments: I-464 was extended north to VA 337 near Jordan Bridge in 1988.
In 1990, I-464 was extended north to its current end at I-264 between the Downtown Tunnel and the Berkley Bridge.
Posting: Fully posted
Comments: Early 70's maps show I-464 south of I-64 to VA 190, but there wasn't an exit there, just a stoplight. Part of the interchange with I-264 is in trenches, as I-264 begins its descent into the Downtown Tunnel.
I-464 totally blows off US 460-VA 166.
I-464 is one of four Hampton Roads area freeways to have a 60 MPH speed limit, and the only one that is close-in urban.

Additional detailed info on I-464 exists on Scott Kozel's site.
From:  Wards Corner (City of Norfolk)
To:  Norfolk Naval Air Station (City of Norfolk)
Total Length:  4 miles  




ROUTE LOG
I-64 (exit 276C), VA 165: 0 - 0
US 460: 0.5 - 0.5
VA 406: 0.5 - 1
VA 337 WB: 3 - 4

Creation:  Appears as a dotted line in 1972. I-564 was open from I-64 to Terminal Blvd. (curr VA 406) by 1974.  The alignment had been part of VA 170.
Adjustments:  I-564 was extended to its current end in 1977.  The 1977 Official map shows the end as VA 170, but today it is VA 337.
Posting:  Fully posted, and even has BEGIN/END shields at both termini.  An erroneous VA 564 shield exists at the exit from the Naval Base Exchange at VA 337 (still in place in April 2013).
Comments:  Admiral Taussig Blvd.  I-564 has a short tunnel under the runway at NAS Chambers Field.   Until I-781 opened in New York in 2012, this was the only Interstate spur in the country specifically for a military base.
Froggie's Comments:  Having been stationed in Norfolk (Dec '01 to July '05), I'm very familiar with this road.  Originally 4 lanes north of VA 406/Terminal, the road was widened to 6 lanes by using the outside concrete-paved shoulder, and building a new outside shoulder, except within the above-mentioned tunnel, where the original 4-lanes-plus-shoulder was restriped for 6 narrow lanes.  What is interesting about this widening job is that the existing lanes are now slightly offset from the original lanes, and with the lanes remaining the original concrete, one can still see both pavement grooves plus indentations where the original lane reflectors sat.  It's weird sometimes to be driving over these old lane reflector indentations, even as you're in the middle of your own lane.

Additional detailed info on I-564 exists on Scott Kozel's site.

 
 
From:  Bowers Hill (City of Chesapeake)
To:  City of Hampton
Total Length:  21 miles  




ROUTE LOG
EXIT 1 - I-64 (exit 264): 0 - 0
EXIT 2 - Powhatan Pkwy: 1.5 - 1.5
EXIT 3 - Aberdeen Rd: 1.25 - 2.75
NNS-HAM LINE: 0.5 - 3.25
EXIT 4 - Chesnut Ave: 0.25 - 3.5
EXIT 5 - 35th St: 1 - 4.5
EXIT 6 - US 60: 0.25 - 4.75
EXIT 7 - 12th St: 0.75 - 5.5
SUF-NNS LINE: 3 - 8.5
EXIT 8 - VA 135: 3.25 - 11.75
EXIT 9 - US 17, VA 164: 1.5 - 13.25
CHE-SUF LINE: 0.5 - 13.75
EXIT 10 - Taylor Rd: 0.75 - 14.5
EXIT 11 - VA 337: 2 - 16.5
EXIT 12 - Dock Landing Rd: 1 - 17.5
EXIT 13 - US 13, US 58, US 460: 1.25 - 18.75
EXIT 14 - I-64 (exit 299), I-264 (exit 1): 2.25 - 21

Creation:  The section between I-64 Hampton and today's Exit 3 opened by 1961 as a 4-lane road, although it was unnumbered at first, then part of VA 134, then just "Connector Rd." The first map to have an I-664 shield was 1974, but that was on dotted lines across the James River.
Adjustments:  The original section was extended to US 60 (28th St.) in 1975, then demoted to a dotted line in 1976.
In 1977, the original piece was demoted to a 2-lane road.
Finally in 1982, VDOT realized they were actually building a road, completing the section from I-64 Hampton to Exit 3 as I-664.
In 1986 I-664 opened from Exit 3 to Exit 4.
In 1991, I-664 was opened between VA 135 and I-64/264 Bowers Hill. CTB Minutes from 1975-88 referred to this piece as US 17 ALT.
I-664 was fully opened in 1992 with the completion of the Monitor-Merrimac Tunnel.
Posting:  Fully posted; Exits in the city of Chesapeake show SR numbers that have not existed for decades.
Comments:  Forms the west leg of the Hampton Roads Beltway. VDOT maps show the dotted lines south of the James River as proposed VA 664 from 1980-89. I-664 is one of only two routes in VA which could conflict with a secondary highway number.  Dave vaguely remembers there being a SR 664 in the area, but says maps don't seem to confirm this. I-664 is one of the most heavily-advertised roads this side of I-68.  This is part of the ongoing effort to get more people to use the MMMBT to get to VA Beach, the Outer Banks, etc. 
The tunnel is different from other Virginia tunnels in that it is in "binocular" sections. Each piece of the tunnel was built elsewhere with the NB tube and the SB tube built as one piece. Then all the pieces were sunk in place and fused together.
I-664 totally blows off VA 191, VA 351, and VA 415.  It partially blows off VA 143, as technically some of the ramps at Exit 5 go directly to/from VA 143, but it is not signed from I-664.
Froggie's Comments:  To avoid the I-64 "direction enigma" discussed above, I-664 should be extended east from Bower's Hill to the I-64/264 interchange in Virginia Beach.

Additional detailed info on I-664 exists on Scott Kozel's site.
I-864   Proposed (sort of)




Previous I-864's:
I-864: Was proposed to replace I-64 between I-664 and VA 44, as one of the Hampton Roads renumbering proposals. I have seen a Washington Post article label the northern piece of the Hampton Roads Beltway as I-864, but this was several years ago.  Various suggestions to renumber pars of the Hampton Roads Beltway (sometimes to include I-864) surface in the Virginian Pilot newspaper at least once a year.

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