I-64 Southside Widening and High Rise Bridge Expansion Project
Upcoming Road Construction Impacts
Overnight Detour on Military Highway at the I-64 Overpass, Nov. 10-12 - Additional Date Added
Overnight Detour on Military Highway at the I-64 Overpass, Nov. 10-12
Military Highway (both northbound and southbound) between the I-64 on- and off-ramps will be closed to all traffic overnight from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning on Wednesday, Nov. 10 and Thursday, Nov. 11, with Friday, Nov. 12 as a contingency date.

This detour will allows crews to safely complete milling and paving operations in this area of Military Highway in order to re-open two lanes of traffic in each direction.

Motorists should follow the detours below. Detour information will also be designated with signage along the roadway.

All construction schedules are pending, due to weather or unforeseen circumstances. Changes to the schedule will be updated on the project website traffic alerts page.

This closure will allow construction crews to safely continue work on the widening of the I-64 overpass as part of the I-64 Southside Widening and High Rise Bridge Project.
Traveling South on Military Highway

  • Right onto the I-64 ramp toward Suffolk
  • Take left exit 299B to I-664 toward Bowers Hill | Suffolk | Newport News
  • Take exit 13B to Military Highway
  • Turn right at the intersection of Military Highway/Joliff Road to continue on W. Military Highway
  • Turn right onto the I-64 east / I-264 ramp (in front of Frank’s Truck Stop)
  • Keep right to I-64 west toward Virginia Beach, Exit 15B
  • Take exit 297 to Military Highway

End Detour
Traveling North on Military Highway

  • Right to on-ramp to I-64 west towards Virginia Beach
  • Take exit 296 to George Washington Highway
  • Turn left on George Washington Highway
  • Take the on-ramp to I-64 east towards Suffolk
  • Take exit 297 to Military Highway

End Detour
For a full listing of project impacts, visit Traffic Alerts on 64highrise.org.
For information on lane closures necessary for maintenance and construction throughout Hampton Roads, drivers can visit 511Virginia.org, download the 511VA smartphone app, or dial 511.