Directions

Directions to the Secretary of Transportation


Getting here . . .

**if you are traveling by car and have an appointment, please allow ample time to find parking

I-95 North (From PetersburgVirginia)
In Richmond take exit 74C to Broad Street West. Proceed west on Broad Street through the stoplight at 14th Street. The Executive Office Building (Patrick Henry Building) will be ahead two blocks on the left between Governor and 11th Streets.

I-95 South (From FredericksburgVirginia)
In Richmond take exit 75 to Interstate 64 and 3rd Street, Coliseum and Downtown exit. Take the 3rd Street exit and proceed on 3rd Street to Broad Street. Turn left on Broad Street. The Executive Office Building (Patrick Henry Building) will be ahead eight blocks on the right between 11th and Governor Streets.

I-64 East (From CharlottesvilleVirginia)
Follow the 64/95 route toward Norfolk/Petersburg. Once in Richmond take exit 75 to Interstate 64 and the 3rd Street, Coliseum and Downtown exit. Take the 3rd Street exit and proceed on 3rd Street to Broad Street. Turn left on Broad Street. The Executive Office Building (Patrick Henry Building) will be ahead eight blocks on the right between 11th and Governor Streets.

I-64 West (From WilliamsburgVirginia)
In Richmond take exit 190, (also known as the 5th Street exit). Proceed on 5th Street to Broad Street. Turn left on Broad Street. The Executive Office Building (Patrick Henry Building) will be ahead six blocks on the right between 11th and Governor Streets.

Once you're here . . .

The Secretary of Transportation is located in the Patrick Henry Building at 1111 East Broad Street - on the corner of 11th and Broad Streets in downtown Richmond. You will need to bring a valid photo id and proceed to the 3rd floor receptionist.  You will need to enter through the entrance on the south side of the building. Visitors may be able to park free in Capitol Square if spaces are available. If no space is available, commercial lots are located at Eighth and Grace Streets, at Seventh and Franklin, and at Ninth and Marshall Streets.

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