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Photo: I-464 beginning in the I-64 interchange. The 1967 concrete is still here. (Mapmikey 3-22-14)
EXIT 1 - I-64 (exit 291), US 17, VA 168: 0 - 0
EXIT 2 - US 13: 0.79 - 0.79
EXIT 3 - Freeman Ave: 1.06 - 1.85
EXIT 4 - VA 337: 1.89 - 3.74
Norfolk-Chesapeake Line: 0.76 - 4.50
[NB only] EXIT 5 - Main St: 1.01 - 5.51
EXIT 6 - I-264 (exit 8), US 460 ALT: 0.16 - 5.67
Creation: I-464 was included in Virginia's original interstate plans in 1958, although it was briefly numbered as I-364 first from July-Sept 1958. Dotted lines first appeared on the 1967 Official, with the first 464 shield on the 1970 issue. The first piece of I-464 to open was from I-64 to US 13, in May 1967 (Kozel)
Adjustments: The the following completion dates come from Scott Kozel's website.
In July 1987 (Kozel), I-464 opened from US 13 north to VA 337 Poindexter St.
In May 1989 (Kozel), I-464 was opened from VA 337 to I-264.
Improvements: I-464 opened as 6-lanes everywhere except north of VA 337 Poindexter St which is a 4-lane segment.
Posted: Fully posted; Don't believe any state-named shields exist.
Legislative names: Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Hwy, entire route (11-21-85)
Other names: None
Scenic Byway: No segments
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. South of I-64 for years was VA 104 but the CTB had considered a VA 464 designation.
Part of the interchange with I-264 is in trenches, as I-264 begins its descent into the Downtown Tunnel.
I-464 blows off US 460-VA 166 although access is easily done via Freeman Ave.
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.
Page last modified 1 January 2015