Went to Virginia Beach today (didn't drive but served as a navigator). I noticed that signage within the city has improved quite a bit. Some routes are better posted than they were previously, and a lot of oval shields have been replaced. Unfortunately, the newer shields are either deformed semicircles or Interstate-like shapes. So the signage is better but they have a ways to go.
Old VA 305 is erroneously still posted at the main entrance to Fort Story, but in a semicircle and not an oval. There are also more reassurance markers for US 60 along Shore Dr and Atlantic Ave. VA 190 was well posted at US 58 (but not at I-264 still), as was VA 403. The erroneous VA 343 ovals are now semicircles, but VA 343's southern stub is still not posted.
There is a "decapitated" I-225 shield at the interchange with US 13. Same deal with VA 279 at US 60, but this was noted on the VA Hwys Project already. The US 225 shield on US 60 is still there but I didn't get a photo of it. I wouldn't be surprised if there were a few "VA 615" shields lurking about now that Virginia Beach has been putting up more signs.
There's more Clearview, as 74/171FAN captured before. Most of the signage on I-264 has been replaced with carbon copy Clearview, and the BGS for US 60 on northbound US 13 is also Clearview with SHORE DRIVE in all capital letters for some reason. Almost every sign along I-564 is in Clearview now, and I think I-564 is probably the closest to being the first interstate in VA to have 100% Clearview signage (unless I-381 has all Clearview signs now, that is...
The strange, old US 13 and US 60 BGS with the directions inside the route shields is still there.
The VA 564 error at the Naval Exchange is still there.
Nearer to the beach, there is a lot more signage for I-264 now than there used to be. Most of the signage directs traffic to streets other than 22nd Street (which actually becomes I-264) due to congestion, but congestion remains a huge problem. The posted alternates (Norfolk Ave and Laskin Rd/US 58 to Birdneck Rd) are just as congested.
The actual end of US 60 (at the south end of Atlantic) is still not posted. Which is a shame because we went through a ton of trouble to get there (the trip down Atlantic and Pacific took about 30 minutes). The erroneous SOUTH/NORTH US 60 setup at where Atlantic and Pacific split is still there.
I took a lot of photos, and I'll post those later when I've gone through them all. Unfortunately I had to use two different cameras since my Olympus's batteries (I have two packs) both died because I forgot to charge them.