I-95 Corridor Study including Route 802, Route 54, and Route 30



Hanover County and Town of Ashland 


The I-95 Corridor Study is a planning-level study directed by VDOT’s Transportation and Mobility Planning Division (TMPD) and coordinated closely with representatives from VDOT, Hanover County, the Town of Ashland, the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission, and the Federal Highway Administration.  The study area included 13.5 miles of I-95 in Hanover County and Ashland, Virginia, including interchanges with Route 802, Route 54, and Route 30.  The study developed concept solutions needed to address operational and safety concerns, as well as future capacity requirements, for the I-95 mainline and the three existing interchanges.  Led by Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., the study team analyzed current and future year traffic volumes, investigated operational and geometric deficiencies, and developed interim and long-term solutions for meeting the travel demands of 2025.

I-95 Corridor Study Read portions of the report:

Any questions and concerns should be addressed to:

Herbert Pegram
Project Manager VDOT Transportation and Mobility Planning Division
1401 E. Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219

E-mail: Herbert.Pegram@virginiadot.org

The Final Report was completed in July 2003.

Last update of this article: 10/28/2004

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