Interstate 64 East - New Kent, James City & York Counties

Interstate 64 east
Just east of the Henrico County line is the partial-cloverleaf interchange (Exit 205) with New Kent Highway: Virginia 33 west and Virginia 249 east. Virginia 33 continues the numbering of U.S. 33 in Richmond 72.24 miles to Stingray Point on Chesapeake Bay. The state route splits with U.S. 60 (Pocahontas Trail) nearby and travels 0.22 miles with Virginia 249 to Exit 205. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Taking the Exit 205 off-ramp to Virginia 33 west and Virginia 249 (New Kent Highway). Virginia 249 travels west with Virginia 33 to end at U.S. 60 east of Bottoms Bridge. Eastward, the state route continues on its 18.65-mile course to junction Virginia 30 and 33 east of New Kent. Note the error U.S. 33 shield. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Traffic partitions between Virginia 249 east to Quinton and Virginia 33 & 249 west to U.S. 60. Virginia 33 shares pavement with U.S. 60 west to Seven Pines. Historically, Virginia 33 follows what is now Virginia 249 east, the state route was relocated to Interstate 64 in 1970.1 Photo taken 06/25/10.
Interstate 64 & Virginia 33 east
Continuing east from Virginia 106 (Exit 211), Interstate 64 is 26 miles out from Williamsburg and 49 miles northwest of Hampton. Photo taken 06/25/10.
A pair of rest areas lie along Interstate 64 east of the Olivet Church Road overpass. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Virginia 155 (Courthouse Road) crosses paths with Interstate 64 & Virginia 33 at the Exit 214 diamond interchange. The state route leads south to the Charles City county seat of Charles City Courthouse. Photo taken 06/25/10.
One mile west of Exit 214 with Virginia 155 (Courthouse Road) on Interstate 64 & Virginia 33 east. Virginia 155 is a 13.53-mile route traveling south to Virginia 5 and north to Virginia 249 (New Kent Highway) and Virginia Secondary 608 (Old River Road) at Carps Corner. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Eastbound at the New Kent County rest area facility. A tourist information center is also available. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Exit 214 departs Interstate 64 & Virginia 33 east for Virginia 155 (Courthouse Road). Kentland Trail spurs southeast from Courthouse Road nearby to Colonial Downs. Providence Forge is a four-mile drive south at junction U.S. 60 (Pocahontas Trail). Photo taken 06/25/10.
Interstate 64 & Virginia 33 shield assembly posted after the Virginia 155 on-ramp. The two routes share 14.48 miles. Photo taken 06/25/10.
Virginia Beach replaces Norfolk as the third control city of Interstate 64 east on this sign posted after Exit 205. Interstate 64 meets Interstate 264 in 69 miles for motorists headed to the Atlantic coast. Photo taken 06/25/10.
One mile west of the Virginia 33 split from Interstate 64 east at Exit 220. Virginia 33 combines with Virginia 30 and travels eight miles to West Point. Interests to Middle Peninsula Regional Airport (FYJ) should follow the state route to Mattaponi. Photo taken 06/25/10.
A trumpet interchange facilitates movements to Virginia 33 (Eltham Road) leading away from Interstate 64 to West Point. The four-lane divided highway leads 19 miles east to junction U.S. 17 at Glenns and 22 miles to Saluda. Virginia 30 continues northwest from West Point to King William and Doswell. Photo taken 06/25/10.


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