Route 134 Bridge Replacement
Project at a Glance
Est Completion Date
5.34 million (Construction)
Hampton Roads Public Affairs
About the Project
The purpose of this project is to replace the existing aging northbound bridge and reconstruct the superstructure of the southbound bridge on Route 134 over Brick Kiln Creek in York County, located at the city of Hampton border. The northbound bridge was constructed in 1930 and is classified as functionally obsolete. The southbound bridge was constructed in 1973 and has superstructure deficiencies.
The southbound bridge will be rehabilitated to meet current design standards, and the aging northbound bridge will be replaced with wider shoulders added. The proposed bridges will have two 12-foot travel lanes with a 10-foot right shoulder and a 6-foot left shoulder in each direction.
A design public hearing will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2016, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Tabb Library, 100 Long Green Boulevard, Yorktown, VA 23693.
The public comment period will close eleven (11) days after this public hearing. Give your written or oral comments at the hearing or submit them by February 1, 2016, to Mr. Samba Secka, P.E., Project Manager, Virginia Department of Transportation, 1700 North Main Street, Suffolk, VA 23434. You may also email your comments to Samba.Secka@VDOT.Virginia.gov. Please reference “Route 134 Bridge Replacement Comment” in the subject line.