Virginia Interstate Exits
Traveling on the interstate in Virginia? Click on the interstate shields below to find out which exit to take.
Click a shield for a list of exits.
Interstate 64 crosses more than 300 miles from the Virginia / West Virginia line in the Allegheny Highlands to Hampton Roads.
Interstate 264 is about 13 miles long and runs through the cities of Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Norfolk and Virginia Beach.
Interstate 464 is about six miles long and connects Interstate 64 in Chesapeake to I-264 in Norfolk.
Interstate 564 is about three miles long and runs from I-64 to the U.S. Naval Base in Norfolk.
Interstate 664 runs from the I-64 / I-264 interchange in Chesapeake to I-64 in Hampton. It is bout 18 miles long.
Interstate 66 covers 75 miles from the northern Shenandoah Valley to the Washington, D.C., suburbs in northern Virginia.
Interstate 77 runs more than 65 miles from the Virginia / North Carolina line to the Virginia / West Virginia line.
Interstate 81 crosses more than 320 miles through western Virginia, from Bristol, Tenn., to just south of Martinsburg, W.Va.
Interstate 381 is about 1.5 miles long and connects Interstate 81 with downtown Bristol.
Interstate 581 is about seven miles long and connects Interstate 81 to downtown Roanoke.
Interstate 85 crosses more than 70 miles from the North Carolina line to Petersburg.
Interstate 95 covers more than 170 miles from the North Carolina line to Maryland.
Interstate 195 is about 3.5 miles long in the city of Richmond and runs from the I-64 / I-95 interchange to the Downtown Expressway interchange.
Interstate 295 runs about 53 miles around the cities of Petersburg and Richmond. It begins at I-95 in Prince George County, just south of Petersburg, and ends at I-64 in Short Pump, just west of Richmond.
About 10 miles long, Interstate 395 runs from the I-95 / I-495 interchange in Fairfax County, through the city of Alexandria and Arlington County, to the Washington, D.C., line.
Interstate 495 in Virginia runs 22 miles from the Washington, D.C. line with Alexandria to the Maryland line near Bethesda. It's part of the Capital Beltway.
Page last modified: Nov. 1, 2019