STARS I-264/Brambleton Avenue Interchange Study
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The I-264/Brambleton Avenue interchange area from the Park Avenue intersection in the north to the Kimball Terrace intersection in the south
About the Study
This STARS (Strategically Targeted Affordable Roadway Solutions) study is assessing operational and safety conditions near the I-264/ Brambleton Avenue interchange to include the intersections of Park Avenue at Brambleton Avenue and Kimball Terrace at Brambleton Avenue.
This study is intended to identify safety and operational improvements in the study area to address existing and forecasted deficiencies.
The I-264/Brambleton Avenue Interchange area currently has congestion during peak periods and has displayed crash issues.
Specifically, the main concern in the study area is congestion on the I-264 westbound off-ramp to Brambleton Avenue northbound in the morning peak hour that causes queues to spill on to I-264.
The improvements being considered include:
- Improved traffic signal timing/operations;
- Modification to the interchange;
- Access management;
- Pedestrian/bicycle facilities; and
- Innovative Intersections.
Public Involvement Opportunities
Click the image below to take a survey regarding the Brambleton Avenue/I-264 interchange and some potential improvements to this area. This survey is available through March 31, 2020.
You may also submit written comments by March 31, 2020, to Mr. Ray Hunt, Virginia Department of Transportation, 7511 Burbage Drive, Suffolk, VA 23435. Please reference the Brambleton Avenue/I-264 study in the City of Norfolk.