Downed power lines closed a stretch of I-264 and the Tide, and caused a power outage in Norfolk Tuesday afternoon.
VDOT is studying the I-264 corridor to figure out how to relieve traffic congestion from the I-64 interchange to the Oceanfront.
Some are hoping a new year brings a better outlook for homeowners, especially in Portsmouth.
Crews will be making repairs to the I-64 East on-ramp from East Little Creek Road beginning on Jan. 11 until Jan. 15.
A local family has to go to court because of unpaid toll bills from the South Norfolk Jordan Bridge.
People living along Shore Drive want to make the road safer for pedestrians, and so they’re calling for change.
We’ve been enjoying low gas prices for weeks now, but with the new year may come a slight up tick in prices across the Commonwealth.
Beginning January 1, new driving rules go into effect making senior drivers renew their licenses in a shorter time and at a younger age.
Click here to see VDOT’s latest schedule for lane closures and weeknight ramp closures on I-264.
Elizabeth River Crossings announced Wednesday it has successfully improved tolling at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels.
Just as tolls at the Downtown and Midtown tunnels are about to go up, some people are saying enough is enough.
One family in Portsmouth decided to sell their home because of tolls at the Downtown and Midtown Tunnels.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will suspend most highway work zones for several days over the New Year’s holiday.
Due to a significant gas leak, a portion of Jefferson Avenue will be closed Tuesday for repairs.
Traffic is moving slowly along Interstate 64 at High Rise Bridge due to two accidents, Monday.
If you’re a commuter who drives to and from work five days a week through a tunnel – expect to pay $12.50 a week or $650 a year.
Hampton Roads commuters will face higher tunnel tolls in 2015.