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Travel RoutesAll roads lead to Virginia Beach. When traveling from routes northwest of the Hampton Roads region, motorists are encouraged to use a faster, alternate route via I-664 Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel (MMMBT), off of I-64 East, to make getting here a breeze. While the mileage to reach the beach could be greater, I-664 tends to be less congested and the time spent idling in traffic is statistically reduced. Simply take I-64 East, to I-664 (Exit # 264), to I-264 (Exit # 15 A), which will lead to the oceanfront. When leaving to return home, take I-264 West to I-664 North (Exit #299) to I-64 West (Exit #1 A).
When approaching from the west, other routes are Interstate 64, U.S. 460 or U.S. 58. From the north and south, convenient routes include Interstates 85 or 95, U.S. 17 and U.S. 13 (crossing the world-famous Chesapeake Bay-Bridge Tunnel, a 17-mile span connecting Virginia’s Eastern Shore with Virginia Beach). These routes intersect with Interstate 64, which connects with the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, Interstate 264, and leads directly to the Virginia Beach oceanfront.
The city operates seven municipal parking lots and three garages at the oceanfront.
All parking locations and meters accept major credit and debit cards. Pay by phone for on-street parking provided by Passport.
Bus parking spaces are available at the 4th Street and Croatan lots. Overnight parking for buses is permitted at the 4th Street lot only. Regular overnight parking is permitted at the 9th Street 25th Street and 31st Street garages only. Monthly parking is available at all garages: 9th St., 25th St., and 31st St.
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