VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) - If you drive in South Hampton Roads, the chances are pretty good that you have been snarled in traffic on Interstate 264.
In June, 1999, transit authorities held public hearings on what they said was the most viable transportation solution: light rail. The plan at the time was to connect Norfolk to Virginia Beach with an 18.3 mile light rail system. It would run along I-264 at a cost of $500 million.
Nearly one hundred people showed up at the TRT public hearing, offering input and seeking answers.
WAVY News 10's Cy Bolton was also there and filed the attached video report.
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