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Interstate 264 in Virginia (1129 words)
Interstate 264 in Virginia is the 26.06-mile-long east-west urban freeway through the cities of Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach.
The terrain I-264 crosses is a flat coastal plain as it passes through the cities of South Hampton Roads.
The 0.77 miles of I-264 in Norfolk from VA-168 Brambleton Avenue to the Berkley Bridge opened July 1, 1972, completing the limited-access freeway from I-64 at Bowers Hill to I-64/VA-44 in Norfolk, albeit with the non-Interstate-standard 2-lane Downtown Tunnel and 4-lane undivided Berkley Bridge.
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