Interstate 64

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Interstate 64
File:Interstate 64 map.png
Length- 954 miles
Existed- 1961- present
West end- Wentzville, MO
East end- Chesapeake, VA
States served- MO, IL, IN, KY, WV, VA

Interstate 64 (I-64) is an Interstate Highway in the Eastern United States. Its western terminus is at I-70U.S. Route 40 (US 40), and US 61 in Wentzville, Missouri. Its eastern terminus is at an interchange with I-264 and I-664 at Bowers Hill in Chesapeake, Virginia.

At 953.74 miles, I-64 is the second longest interstate highway not ending with a 5 or 0, after I-94. The Missouri Department of Transportation has completed extending I-64 to I-70 in Wentzville, Missouri. In April 2007, construction started to rebuild 10.5 miles (16.9 km) of I-64 in St. Louis, Missouri, from Spoede Road to Kingshighway. This project included repaving the entire road, rebuilding the overpasses and interchanges, adding a fourth lane between Spoede Road and I-170, and connecting I-64 to I-170 in all directions. Construction resulted in the complete closure of portions of the expressway in 2008 and 2009. In 2008, I-64 was closed from I-270 to I-170, re-opening December 15, 2008. Beginning December 15, 2008, I-64 from I-170 to Kingshighway was closed. On December 6, 2009, with a grand opening ceremony and dedication, Interstate 64 was completed in its entire length in Missouri from the Poplar Street Bridge to I-70 in Wentzville.


Major intersections

I-70 / US 40 west / US 61 north in Wentzville (western terminus, west end of US-40/US-61 overlap)
I-270 in Town and Country
US 61 south / US 67 in Frontenac (east end of US-61 overlap)
I-170 in Richmond Heights
I-55 south / I-44 in St. Louis (west end of I-55 overlap)
IL 3 south in East St. Louis (south end of IL 3 overlap)
I-70 / I-55 north / US 40 east / IL 3 north in East St. Louis (east end of I-55/US-40/IL-3 overlap)
I-255 / US 50 west in Washington Park (west end of US-50 overlap)
US 50 east / IL 158 in O'Fallon (east end of US-50 overlap)
I-57 near Mount Vernon (4.14-mile (23 km) overlap)
US 41 near Evansville
I-69 / SR 57 near Evansville
US 231 near Dale
SR 62 west / SR 64 in Georgetown (west end of SR-62 overlap)
US 150 west between Georgetown and New Albany (west end of US-150 overlap)
I-265 / SR 62 east near New Albany (east end of SR-62 overlap)
I-264 on west side of Louisville
US 150 east in Louisville (east end of US-150 overlap)
I-65 / I-71 in Louisville
I-264 on east side of Louisville
I-265 / KY 841 on east side of Louisville
I-75 near Lexington (6 mile overlap)
West Virginia
I‑77 from Charleston to Beckley
I‑81 from near Lexington to near Staunton
I‑195 in Richmond
I‑95 in Richmond (4 mile overlap)
I‑664 in Hampton
I‑264 in Norfolk
I‑264 / I‑664 in Chesapeake (eastern terminus)

Auxiliary routes

  • I-164 - Former spur to Evansville, Indiana, known as the Robert D. Orr Highway, became I-69 in 2014.
  • I-264, loop around Louisville, Kentucky; also called the Georgia Davis Powers/Shawnee Expressway west of the Dixie Highway(US-31W) exit and the Watterson Expressway east of US-31W/Dixie Highway
  • I‑264I‑464I‑564I‑664 - all serving the Hampton Roads region around NorfolkVirginia