ANNOUNCER: FROM THE STATION ON YOUR SIDE, YOU ARE WATCHING WAVY NEWS 10 AT 6:00. TOM: WE ARE BACK WITH SOME CHANGES PLANNED FOR ONE OF ROAD IN OUR AREA — WE ARE GOING TO SHOW YOU BLAST CAN WROTE IN VIRGINIA BEACH AND THE FEEDER ROADS, TWO MILES OR SO OF ACCESS ROADS OFF THE MAIN STREETS. A MAY HAVE BEEN A GOOD IDEA DECADES AGO BUT THERE IS MORE TRAFFIC AND MORE STRESS ON DRIVERS, SO NOW, CITY OFFICIALS SAY THEY NEED TO GO. MATT GREGORY IS — IS LIVE WITH MORE ON HOW AND WHEN THAT COULD HAPPEN. REPORTER: CRITICS SAY THERE’S NO SHORTAGE OF HEADACHES WHEN IT COMES TO THIS FEEDER ROAD. THE CITY WANTS HIM GONE, BUT WILL THE STATE GIVE VIRGINIA BEACH THE MONEY? RUNNING ALONGSIDE LASKIN ROAD, DRIVERS TRY TO NAVIGATE THE FEEDER LANES. THAT CAN BE PRETTY DANGEROUS AT TIMES. WHO HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY? THE INDECISION IRKS JOE TAYLOR. WE ARE TRYING TO RUN A BUSINESS AND PEOPLE USE US AS A TRAFFIC ROUTE. IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE THE ACCIDENTS MINIMIZE. LET’S VIRGINIA BEACH PUT THESE INTO HELP THE STORES. THE DESIGN THOUGHT WAS TO PROVIDE A LESS AS HE RODE PROVIDE ACCESS TO THE BUSINESSES. REPORTER: THEY HEAR THE COMPLAINTS. FEEDER LANES HAVE OUTLIVED THEIR USEFUL LIVES. IT WOULD WIDEN THE LANES HERE TO EIGHT LANES. REPORTER: WITH THE CEDAR LANE’S DELETED, 30,000 DRIVERS SHOULD MOVE FASTER. WE PUT THE APPLICATION IN FOR THIS FALL. REPORTER: ULTIMATELY VDOT WILL DECIDE WHETHER THEY WILL FEED $15 MILLION INTO THE STATE BUDGET TO MATCH THE CITY IN 2017. REPORTER: THAT IS JUST WHEN THEY AWARD OF THE FUNDING DOESN’T COME THROUGH UNTIL 2021. REPORTER: IF YOU HATE THE LANES, THERE’S AN EXIT POSSIBLE. IT WOULD BE GREAT TO SEE IT COME TO FRUITION. REPORTER: IT WOULD GIVE LASKIN ROAD A CLEAR PATH TO PROGRESS UNLIKE DRIVING ON THE FEEDER LANES. THIS IS JUST ONE PHASE OF THE PROJECT.