Interstate 464

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For the former planned I-464, see Kentucky Route 4.

Interstate 464 marker

Interstate 464
Route information
Maintained by VDOT
Length: 5.67 mi[1] (9.12 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 17 / SR 168 in Chesapeake

I‑64 in Chesapeake
US 13 in Chesapeake

SR 337 in Chesapeake
North end: I‑264 / US 460 / SR 337 in Norfolk
Counties: City of Chesapeake, City of Norfolk
Highway system
US 460 I‑495

Interstate 464 (I-464) is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. The highway runs 5.67 miles (9.12 km) from U.S. Route 17 (US 17) and Virginia State Route 168 (SR 168) in Chesapeake north to I-264 in Norfolk. I-464 connects two major highway junctions in the South Hampton Roads region. At its southern end, the Interstate meets two major highways that head toward North Carolina, US 17 and SR 168, and I-64, which follows the southern side of the Hampton Roads Beltway. At its northern terminus, I-464 has connections with Downtown Norfolk and Portsmouth via I-264.

Route description[edit]

I-464 begins in the city of Chesapeake at the northern end of the directional interchange between US 17 (Dominion Boulevard) and SR 168 (Oak Grove Connector). US 17 heads south toward the Inner Banks community of Elizabeth City. SR 168 heads south toward the Outer Banks, including Nags Head and Manteo. Just north of I-464's terminus is a cloverleaf interchange with I-64 (Hampton Roads Beltway), between which US 17 and SR 168 run concurrently with northbound and southbound I-464, respectively. US 17 and SR 168 join I-64 for their own short concurrencies, with US 17 heading west toward Suffolk and SR 168 heading east toward Virginia Beach. I-464 heads north as a six-lane freeway that meets US 13 (Military Highway) at a diamond interchange and crosses over Norfolk Southern Railway's Norfolk District.[1][2]

I-464 passes over US 460 and SR 166 (Bainbridge Boulevard) with no access; the connection is made indirectly through a diamond interchange with Freeman Avenue, which serves one of the industrial areas along the Southern Branch Elizabeth River. The Interstate parallels Bainbridge Boulevard north to a cloverleaf interchange with SR 337 (Poindexter Street). SR 337 has a temporary terminus just west of the interchange while the Jordan Bridge is replaced with a new high-level span over the river. I-464 crosses over another Norfolk Southern rail line at the boundary between Chesapeake and Norfolk and has a partial interchange with South Main Street before reaching its northern terminus at a directional interchange with I-264 in the Berkley neighborhood of Norfolk. The ramp from northbound I-464 to westbound I-264, which passes through a trench, also provides access to State Street and Berkley Avenue. Eastbound I-264 crosses the Eastern Branch Elizabeth River on the Berkley Bridge into downtown Norfolk. Westbound I-264 passes under the Southern Branch via the Downtown Tunnel into the city of Portsmouth.[1][2]


Exit list[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Exit Destinations Notes
City of Chesapeake 0.00 0.00 15B US 17 south / SR 168 south – Outer Banks, Elizabeth City Southbound exit and northbound entrance; southern terminus; exit 15B is for US 17 south; uses SR 168's mileposts
0.15 0.24 1 I‑64 / US 17 north – Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Richmond I-64 exit 291; signed as exits 1A (Virginia Beach) and 1B (Suffolk/Richmond) southbound; SR 168 north to I-64/US 17 exit 15A
0.79 1.27 2 US 13 (Military Highway)
1.85 2.98 3 To US 460 / SR 166 / Freeman Avenue
3.47 5.58 4 SR 337 (Poindexter Street) Signed as exits 4A (east) and 4B (west) northbound
City of Norfolk 4.91 7.90 5 South Main Street Northbound exit and southbound entrance
5.67 9.12 6 I‑264 – Downtown Norfolk, Downtown Tunnel, Portsmouth Northern terminus; I-264 exit 8; signed as exits 6A (west) and 6B (east)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c d "2009 Traffic Data". Virginia Department of Transportation. 2009. Retrieved 2011-09-11. 
  2. ^ a b Google (2011-09-11). "Interstate 464" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-09-11. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing / Google