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  • Jamestown-Scotland Ferry
    Plantation Christmas Extravaganza schedule Oct 26 28 2012 For ferry traffic updates call 1 800 VA Ferry For questions contact jsferryinput vdot virginia gov Location 16289 Rolfe Highway Surry VA 23883 3102 Geo coordinates Jamestown LAT 37 13 11 N LONG 76 47 30 W Scotland LAT 37 11 6 N LONG 76 47 4 Cost Free Restrictions Height 12 feet 6 inches Width Legal limits for highway travel Length Legal limits for highway travel Weight 16 tons for large trucks 28 tons for semi tractor combinations The ferry can only transport liquid or materials that are not required to display a HAZMAT placard as required by Department of Transportation rules Ferry Holiday Schedule The Jamestown Scotland Ferry will be in service on Thanksgiving Day New Years Day Christmas Day on the hour in Surry on the half hour in Jamestown Ferry Fleet The Jamestown Scotland Ferry fleet is made up of four ferries Vessel Year Built Capacity Pocahontas 1995 70 cars Surry 1979 50 cars Williamsburg 1983 50 cars Virginia 1936 28 cars Contact Jamestown Scotland Ferry 16289 Rolfe Highway Surry VA 23883 3102 Map Page last modified Oct 14 2012 Additional Links Employee Outlook Access VDOT Dashboard Freedom
    http://virginiadot.org/travel/ferry-jamestown.asp (2013-02-24)

  • Merry Point Ferry
    Business Center Weekly Lane Closures and Travel Advisories Gilmerton Bridge Replacement Project Consider a Career at VDOT Manuals and Guides Construction Division The Latest from VDOT Connect With Us Visit Our Social Media Pages Other Links Open to the Public Follow Virginia s Stimulus Dollars Highway Safety Challenge Six Year Improvement Program Virginia Megaprojects Organizational Chart Merry Point Ferry This VDOT operated free ferry is in Lancaster County Located on scenic byway Route 604 it crosses the western end of the Corrotoman River Hours of Operation Tuesday through Friday 7 a m to 5 30 p m Saturday 9 a m to 5 30 p m No Sunday or Monday service Page last modified Oct 14 2012 Additional Links Employee Outlook Access VDOT Dashboard Freedom of Information Act Adobe Reader Flash Player Microsoft Office Connect With Us Twitter YouTube Flickr Facebook RSS Feed 511 Virginia Need Help 800 FOR ROAD VDOT Central Office 1401 E Broad St Richmond VA 23219 800 367 7623 toll free 711 hearing impaired Report a Road Problem This website includes hyperlinks to sites neither controlled nor sponsored by VDOT or the Commonwealth of Virginia Links may open in a new window Some resources on this
    http://virginiadot.org/travel/merry_point_ferry.asp (2013-02-24)

  • Jamestown-Scotland Ferry
    addition to Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day and New Years Day How many schedules does the ferry operate When does the new schedule begin There are two ferry schedules One schedule operates from Memorial Day until Labor Day The other schedule begins after Labor Day and continues as the Fall Winter Spring schedule How long is the ride on the ferry across the river The ferry takes approximately 15 20 minutes to cross the river one way Boarding the Ferry Do I have to stay in my vehicle for the entire trip Once the ferry is moving feel free to move around on the deck Note Under certain security threat levels passenger access around the ferry may be limited Also under adverse weather conditions ferry passengers may be directed to stay in their vehicles The crew will provide directions in these situations Can I park my car and walk onto the ferry There is no place around the ferry for motorists to leave vehicles unattended However you may get dropped off and walk aboard the ferry May I take a motorcycle Yes as long as you are riding it or it is securely hitched to a trailer being towed by another vehicle Are bikes allowed on the ferry Yes you may bring or ride your bike aboard the ferry May I take my camper on the ferry even though it has a propane tank Yes Make sure it is properly secured before travel How large of a vehicle can you accommodate Some of our ferries can accommodate vehicles up to 56 000 pounds Tractor Trailers up to 56 000 pounds travel on the Pocahontas Virginia and Williamsburg The Surry is limited box trucks weighing up to 24 000 pounds Please call ahead for information on which ferries are in service Can the ferry accommodate a tour size bus Large buses are allowed however please plan ahead The ferry can only accommodate five large buses at a time If you have more than that in your group some buses may have to wait for the next ferry I have a health issue and I need the air conditioning running while aboard the ferry can I leave my ignition turned on while riding the ferry Unfortunately no the ferry is under strict regulations by the Coast Guard to have all vehicles turn off their engines while the ferry is underway no exceptions Code of Federal Regulations Title 46 Volume 3 Revised as of October 1 2010 From the U S Government Printing Office via GPO Access CITE 46CFR78 40 5 TITLE 46 SHIPPING CHAPTER I COAST GUARD DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY CONTINUED PART 78 OPERATIONS Table of Contents Subpart 78 40 Vehicular Ferries Sec 78 40 5 Securing of vehicles a The master shall take all necessary precautions to see that automobiles or other vehicles have their motors turned off when the ferry is under way and the motors shall not be started until the ferry is secured to the landing In addition
    http://virginiadot.org/travel/ferry-jamestown-faqs.asp (2013-02-24)

  • VDOT ENCOURAGES MOTORISTS SEEKING SUN AND SAND TO USE ALTERNATE ROUTE FOR SUMMER TRAVEL
    coming to town and those who choose to travel through to North Carolina When traveling from routes northwest of the Hampton Roads region motorists are encouraged to use the I 664 MMMBT off of I 64 East to make getting to their destinations a breeze While the mileage to reach some beaches could be greater the time spent idling in traffic is statistically reduced Tunnel Option Between Memorial Day Labor Day 2010 Average Duration Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel 152 Congestion Entries 207 Minutes Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel 36 Congestion Entries 63 Minutes VDOT began a public awareness campaign this month to encourage area visitors to use the I 664 alternate route and avoid the HRBT The campaign includes billboards on I 64 in Newport News and Route 168 in Chesapeake on line banner advertisements and tourism magazine placement Motorists are also encouraged to visit 511 Twitter Facebook and www virginiadot org for more information about the suggested route prior to planning a trip this summer Alternate Routes for both destinations are as follows Motorists heading to Virginia Beach from points north and northwest around Richmond should take I 64 East to I 664 Exit 264 to I 264 Exit 15 A which will lead them to the oceanfront When leaving the oceanfront to return home motorists should take I 264 West to I 664 North Exit 299 to I 64 West Exit 1 A Motorists heading to the Outer Banks from the peninsula on I 64 East should take I 664 Exit 264 to I 64 West Exit 15 B to Route168 South Chesapeake Expressway Exit 290 291 As they head home from the Outer Banks motorists should take the Chesapeake Expressway to Exit 1 Suffolk Richmond I 64 East to Exit 299 Richmond I 664 North to Exit
    http://virginiadot.org/newsroom/hampton_roads/2011/vdot_encourages_motorists_seeking52778.asp (2013-02-24)

  • Hampton Roads Park and Ride Lots
    Silver Leaf Drive and Independence Boulevard Intersection Location Corridor served Spaces Bus Service Burnette and Jonathan Way Suffolk Rt 10 32 and Rte 58 460 25 No Smiths Neck Rd and Carrolton Blvd Isle of Wight Co Rte 17 50 No Court St and Crawford Portsmouth I 264 118 Route 45 Mall Entrance and Greenbrier Pkwy Chesapeake I 64 50 Route 15 and MAX 967 Indian River Rd and Reon Dr Virginia Beach Virginia Beach 210 Route 12 and Max 967 Rt 337 and Rt 58 460 Bus and 58 460 Bypass Suffolk Rt 58 460 Bus and Rt 58 460 Bypass 65 Route 962 Rte 60 and Old Courthouse Rd Newport News I 64 and Rte 60 265 Route 106 Pleasant Point Road and Chanco Drive Surry County Rte 31 10 No Silverleaf Dr and S Independence Blvd Virginia Beach I 264 Rte 410 and 225 260 Max 960 Rte 258 and Rte 10 Smithfield Rte 258 and Rte 10 150 Route 64 School and Bank St Town of Surry Rte 10 and Rte 31 60 No Jefferson Avenue and Yorktown Road Newport News I 64 and Rte 143 50 No Page last modified Feb 19 2013 Additional Links
    http://virginiadot.org/travel/parknride.asp (2013-02-24)

  • Arlington and Alexandria City Map
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    http://virginiadot.org/VDOT/Travel/Arlington_and_Alexandria_Map.html (2013-02-24)

  • Blacksburg City Map
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    http://virginiadot.org/VDOT/Travel/Blacksburg_Map.html (2013-02-24)

  • Fairfax and Vienna Map
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    http://virginiadot.org/VDOT/Travel/Fairfax_and_Vienna_Map.html (2013-02-24)