Virginia Beach is located in the southeastern tip of the state along the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay. With a population of 450,435, it is the most populous city in Virginia.
Major attractions in Virginia Beach include the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Cape Henry Lighthouse, First Landing State Park, and the Virginia Beach Boardwalk.
According to Virginia Traffic Crash Facts, there were 6,741 motor vehicle crashes in Virginia Beach resulting in 3,416 injuries and 25 fatalities in a single year.
The Virginian-Pilot reported that an analysis by the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization found that the road in greatest need of safety improvement was eastbound Interstate 64 from Northampton Boulevard to Interstate 264. The stretch of road had about 127 more accidents per year than would have been predicted and had 221 accidents causing 73 injuries in a single recent year. Virginia Beach had five of the top 10 spots with the most potential for safety improvement, according to the Virginian-Pilot.
Ruloff, Swain, Haddad, Morecock, Talbert & Woodward, P.C. has an office in Virginia Beach located at 317 30th Street, Virginia Beach, VA 23451.
Norfolk is home to the largest Navy base in the world, Naval Station Norfolk. One of the two Strategic Command headquarters for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is also located in Norfolk.
Major attractions in Norfolk include the USS Wisconsin, Ocean View Pier, the Chrysler Museum of Art, and the Virginia Zoo.
There were 4,199 vehicle crashes in Norfolk causing 2,298 injuries and 20 fatalities in one recent year, according to Virginia Traffic Crash Facts.
The city of Hampton only encompasses 136 square miles, and more than 60 percent of that is water. Major attractions in Hampton include the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, Fort Monroe National Monument, Bluebird Gap Farm, the Virginia Air & Space Center, and Sandy Bottom Nature Park.
Hampton had 3,108 crashes that resulted in 2,477 injuries and eight fatalities, according to Virginia Traffic Crash Facts. In December 2018, WTKR-TV reported that four crashes occurred at the same time of day at the same location on a stretch of Interstate 64 East in Hampton. The crashes included a two-vehicle, property damage only accident, two single-vehicle, property damage only crashes, and one crash involving three vehicles that killed one person.
Newport News is located at the end of the Virginia Peninsula, also known as the Lower Peninsula. The city has a number of distinctive neighborhoods, including Brandon Heights, Beaconsdale, North End Huntington Heights, Morrison, Port Warwick, and Windsor Great Park.
Major attractions in Newport News include the Virginia Living Museum, the Mariners’ Museum the Virginia War Museum, and the Peninsula Fine Arts Center.
According to the Virginia Traffic Crash Facts, there were 3,491 vehicle crashes in Newport News resulting in 2,105 injuries and 16 fatalities in one recent year.