Thursday, July 18, 2024

You might want to take note of this closure on Grayson Road, part of the I-64/264 Interchange Improvements Project

VIRGINIA BEACH — As work continues on Phase II of the I-64/264 Interchange Improvements Project in Virginia Beach, crews will temporarily close Grayson Road to through traffic, starting as early as the end of October.

Officials at VDOT said they will update information when a definite start date has been determined.

To limit impacts to motorists, the Grayson Road closure, located near Witchduck Road and the I-264 interchange, will be limited to off-peak, evening hours: Monday through Friday from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., with some weekend, night work possible. Turn lanes from Witchduck Road onto Grayson Road at Greenwich Road will also be closed during this time, officials said.

At all other times, the road will be open to through traffic, meaning that vehicles can travel from one end of Grayson Road to the other.

Local traffic access will be maintained throughout the duration of the work, allowing property owners and patrons to access the properties along Grayson Road at all times.

Rouse Drive will remain open to traffic at all times, officials said.

A signed detour will direct motorists to use Witchduck Road and Bonney Road to get around the closure, when it’s in place.

For more information on the improvements coming to the I-64/I-264 Interchange and the Newtown and Witchduck ramps, click here.

Plan your commute with VDOT’s free traffic information tools:

  • Follow @VaDOTHRon Twitter
  • Downloadthe 511 smartphone app
  • Visit the 511Virginiawebsite or dial 511 for traffic information on your phone
The location of the Grayson Road utility work is indicated by the blue and white icon on the above map, with the road closure indicated by black lines. (Southside Daily/Courtesy of VDOT)
The location of the Grayson Road utility work is indicated by the blue and white icon on the above map, with the road closure indicated by black lines. (Southside Daily/Courtesy of VDOT)

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