Are there any James River Bridge openings today?

Are there any James River Bridge openings today?

On US-17 at the James River Bridge (Rte 17) there are no scheduled bridge openings at this time.

Is there a Berkley Bridge lift this morning?

Berkley Bridge on I-264 On I-264 at the Berkley Bridge there are no scheduled bridge openings at this time.

What is going on at the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel?

HRBT Expansion Project This transformative undertaking, scheduled for completion in November 2025, will widen the current four-lane segments along nearly ten miles of the I-64 corridor in Norfolk and Hampton, with new twin tunnels across the harbor.

What time does the James River Bridge open today?

The bridge will open at 4:30 p.m.

Is there a toll on the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel?

Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT), I-64 Nearly three million vehicles use it each month. It carries more than 100,000 vehicles a day during the tourist season. During heavy traffic, many motorists use the MMMBT on I-664 instead. The HRBT does not charge a toll.

How long does it take for Berkley bridge to open and close?

It takes about three and a half minutes for the bridge span to lift entirely. It takes another five minutes to close it.

How far underwater is the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel?

108 feet
The twin tunnels on the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel are each 7,479 feet long, and the roadway is 108 feet below sea level at the lowest point. The bridge roadways are located at an elevation of 17.5 feet above the average high tide sea level, and span the remainder of the crossing.

Do you have to pay both ways on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel?

Tolls are dependent on the type of vehicle you are driving when you cross. Passenger cars and pick-up trucks are $13 one way on Monday thru Friday; $15 if you are traveling on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday before September 13.

Where is the underwater bridge in Florida?

Florida State Highway System The Port of Miami Tunnel (also State Road 887) is a 4,200-foot (1,300 m) bored, undersea tunnel in Miami, Florida. It consists of two parallel tunnels (one in each direction) that travel beneath Biscayne Bay, connecting the MacArthur Causeway on Watson Island with PortMiami on Dodge Island.