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The decision to not move the Route 460 Project Southeast Virginia forward was made at the Commonwealth Transportation Board's Six Year Improvement Plan (SYIP) meeting for Fiscal Year 2018 held on June 21, 2017.

The Project, which is no longer moving forward, would have consisted of a new four-lane divided highway between the Route 460 / Route 58 interchange in Suffolk to west of Windsor.  Attend a Public Meeting Sign at Dusk Along the Route 460 Corridor, Bustling with Traffic

Previously, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) voted unanimously at their October 2016 meeting to submit the Route 460 Project Southeast Virginia to be scored and ranked under Virginia's data-driven prioritization process, SMART SCALE: Funding the Right Transportation Projects in Virginia. The project received a Smart Scale score of 0.54, which did not meet the CTB threshold to move the project forward. A Record of Decision from FHWA would have also been required for the Project to advance to construction.


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