REPORT DOCUMENTATIONTITLE: REPORT DATE:
The State of Transportation in Hampton Roads January 2011
Keith M. Nichols
ORGANIZATION NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE:
Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization723 Woodlake DriveChesapeake, Virginia 23320(757) 420-8300http://www.hrtpo.org
This report was prepared by the Hampton Roads TransportationPlanning Organization (HRTPO) in cooperation with the U.S.Department of Transportation (USDOT), the Federal HighwayAdministration (FHWA), and the Virginia Department ofTransportation (VDOT). The contents of this report reflect theviews of the HRTPO. The HRTPO staff is responsible for thefacts and the accuracy of the data presented herein. Thecontents do not necessarily reflect the official views or policies ofthe FHWA or VDOT. This report does not constitute a standard,specification, or regulation. FHWA or VDOT acceptance of thisreport as evidence of fulfillment of the objectives of this task doesnot constitute endorsement/approval of the need for anyrecommended improvements nor does it constitute approval oftheir location and design or a commitment to fund any suchimprovements. Additional project level environmental impactassessments and/or studies of alternatives may be necessary.This report details the current status of all facets of thetransportation system in Hampton Roads, including air, rail,water, and highways. Many aspects of the highway system arehighlighted, including roadway usage, bridge conditions, costsof congestion, commuting characteristics, roadway safety, truckdata, transit usage, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, highwayfunding, and operations.This report is produced as part of the region’s CongestionManagement Process (CMP). The Congestion ManagementProcess is an on-going process that identifies, develops,evaluates, and implements transportation strategies to enhancemobility regionwide.