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Interstate 64 (abbreviated I-64) is an Interstate Highway in the eastern United States. Its western terminus is currently just west of an interchange with SSR K in O'Fallon, Missouri. Its eastern terminus is at an interchange with Interstate 264 and Interstate 664 at Bowers Hill in Chesapeake, Virginia. As I-64 is concurrent with U.S. Route 40 and U.S. Route 61 at its western terminus, the road itself continues as an arterial road as part of the Avenue of the Saints connecting St. Louis, Missouri to St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is currently extending I-64 to Interstate 70 in Wentzville, Missouri. In April 2007, construction started to rebuild 10.5 miles of I-64 in St. Louis, Missouri, from Spoede Rd. to Kingshighway. This project will include repaving the entire expressway, rebuilding the overpasses and interchanges, adding a fourth lane between Spoede Rd. and I-170, and connecting I-64 to I-170 in all directions. Construction will result in the complete closure of portions of the expressway in 2008 and 2009.