VDOT launches new website

Agency announces first website overhaul since 2008; site now live

VDOT launches new website

RICHMOND The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) just launched its new website. The new website prioritizes user experience and makes popular content, such as real-time traffic alerts and resources for business partners, easier to find.  

VDOT’s website was last redesigned in 2008. The new website is accessible for all types of users, including those accessing on mobile devices, needing translation options, or using assistive technology. 

“We are excited to be delivering a website built with the future in mind,” said VDOT Commissioner Stephen Brich. “We know that people are seeking information to help them move through the Commonwealth, and VDOT’s new site provides a modern way for all users to find that information easily.” 

Virginia 511 resources have also been integrated to help the public quickly access real-time traffic information. The new website features equivalent auditory and visual content alternatives, translation options, tags to group information, and streamlined viewing and functionality for mobile browsers. 

Visit the new VDOT website now on desktop and mobile devices at vdot.virginia.gov.  

Last updated: July 11, 2024

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