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  • Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel

    It’s been said that, “once you’ve hit the Atlantic Ocean, stop.” But for those of us who could use a little more direction to get to Virginia Beach, here are a few routes to get you in the fast lane.

    The most direct way to Virginia Beach from a northern city like Baltimore is I-95 S to I-64 E across the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel to the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, I-264 E.

    Here are a few other ways to drive to Virginia Beach:

    Bridge-Tunnel Alternate – Take I-64 to I-664 and take the Monitor Merrimac Bridge-Tunnel across the Bay to avoid congestion at the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel. I-664 re-connects with I-64 in Chesapeake; follow the signs to the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, I-264 E. I-64 and I-664 create a circle, or “beltway”, around Hampton Roads.

    I-64 Alternate – For an alternate to I-64 from Richmond, take I-95 S from Richmond, exit U.S. 460 at Petersburg; follow 460, which intersects with I-64 in Chesapeake; take I-64 to the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, I-264 E.

    Northeast Alternate – The most direct route from a northeast city like New York is a U.S. 13 through Virginia’s Eastern Shore, across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel.

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