List of secondary state highways in Virginia

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This is a partial list of secondary state highways in the U.S. state of Virginia. The numbers begin with 600 and can go into five digits in populous counties such as Fairfax County. The same number can be, and often is, assigned to secondary roads in more than one county. Because of the sheer number of secondary routes, this list is not intended to be a complete list.

For information about the creation and history of Virginia's Secondary Roads System, see article Byrd Road Act.


SR 600 (Accomack and Northampton Counties)[edit]

State Route 600 is a secondary state highway in the Eastern Shore of the U.S. state of Virginia. It runs 42.6 miles (68.6 km)[1][2][3] north–south along Seaside Road, lying between U.S. Route 13 and the Atlantic Ocean, from a dead end at Kiptopeke north to State Route 605 near Locustville. SR 605 continues north on Seaside Road to Accomac, where US 13 leaves its alignment next to the Bay Coast Railroad to run closer to the ocean.

Most of SR 600 has never been a primary state highway, but the section from Kiptopeke north to SR 683 at Capeville was part of State Route 186 until 1951, when U.S. Route 13 was rerouted from Cape Charles to Kiptopeke.

SR 600 was numbered by 1934, and initially ran from SR 186 at Capeville to U.S. Route 13 in Accomac, using part of current State Route 605 to Accomac.[3][4] It was extended south to Kiptopeke in 1951, replacing part of SR 186.

SR 600 (Lee and Scott Counties)[edit]

State Route 600 is a secondary state highway in Lee County and Scott County, Virginia, running 21.2 miles (34.1 km)[5][6] east from State Route 604 near State Route 70 and Blackwater to U.S. Route 23, U.S. Route 58, and U.S. Route 421 at Clinchport. Most of SR 600 runs in a general north-northeast direction through river valleys from Dona near the Tennessee state line to Clinchport; at Dona it turns northwest over the mountains towards Blackwater. The 0.02-mile (0.03 km) State Route 696[5] continues west-southwest from Dona to the state line, where it becomes State Route 33.

When the state secondary numbers were assigned in the 1930s, SR 600 ended several miles short of Clinchport; the rest of the current route was part of State Route 70, an old alignment of US 23/58 between Pattonsville and Clinchport. That part of SR 70 became part of State Route 66 in 1940.[7] SR 66 was moved onto US 23/58 in 1943, transferring its former alignment to the secondary system; the piece east of SR 600 became an extension of SR 600.[8]

SR 602 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 603 (Wise County)[edit]

State Route 603 extends for 6.8 miles (10.9 km)[9] in Wise County from U.S. Route 23 Business at Kent Junction north to Pardee. The road south of Dunbar was primary State Route 69 until 1951.

SR 606 (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties)[edit]

SR 608 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 609 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 611 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 612 (Fairfax and Prince William Counties)[edit]

SR 613 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 613 (Russell and Scott Counties)[edit]

State Route 613 runs for 21.1 miles (34.0 km)[6][10] northeasterly from State Route 71 near Snowflake to U.S. Route 58 Alternate at Bolton through the valley of Big Moccasin Creek. The northeasternmost 6.4 miles (10.3 km) of SR 613 was primary SR 74 until 1942.

SR 615 (Botetourt and Craig Counties)[edit]

State Route 615 is a rural two-lane road that connects New Castle, in Craig County to Eagle Rock, in Botetourt County. The western terminus of VA 615 is at VA 311 and the eastern terminus is at US 220. It travels through the communities of Marshalltown, Oriskany, and Hipes, following Craig Creek for its entire length.

SR 615 (Williamsburg and James City County)[edit]

State Route 615
Location: Williamsburg
Length: 5.25 mi[11] (8.45 km)
Existed: ?–present

State Route 615 (SR 615, also called Ironbound Road) is a secondary state route in the U.S. state of Virginia. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 60 (US 60) in Williamsburg, and has its southern terminus at SR 31. It is about 5.3 miles (8.5 km) long. There is a gap where Ironbound Road would cross SR 199. Ironbound Road was last changed in spring 2013, when the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) widened Ironbound Road from its intersection with SR 616 to its intersection with SR 612.[12]

SR 619 (Prince William County)[edit]

SR 619 (Scott and Wise Counties)[edit]

State Route 619 runs 23.8 miles (38.3 km)[6][9] from U.S. Route 23/U.S. Route 58/U.S. Route 421 in Gate City north to the south city limit of Norton, where 12th Street and 11th Street continue to U.S. Route 23/U.S. Route 58 Alternate and U.S. Route 23 Business. The part south of Fort Blackmore is a minor route paralleled by State Route 72. North of Fort Blackmore, SR 619 serves its own corridor. SR 619 is signed within Norton to the junction with U.S. Route 23/U.S. Route 58 Alternate. North of that junction, 11th Street is signed as U.S. Route 58 Alternate Business and a connection between US 23 and U.S. Route 23 Business.[13][14]

SR 619 from Norton south to the county line was primary State Route 73 until about 1949. A small piece of SR 619 south of Fort Blackmore was transferred to the primary system in 1986 as part of an extension of State Route 72.[15]

SR 620 (Fairfax and Loudoun Counties)[edit]

SR 623 (Bland and Tazewell Counties)[edit]

State Route 623 is a secondary state highway in Bland County and Tazewell County, Virginia, United States. Having a length of 20.3 miles (32.7 km)[16][17] and mostly known as Burkes Garden Road, it passes through Burkes Garden, a low area surrounded by Garden Mountain. To the north, SR 623 crosses Garden Mountain at "The Gap" (next to Wolf Creek), and crosses Rich Mountain via hairpin turns, ending at State Route 61 at Gratton. To the south, SR 623 crosses both Garden Mountain and Brushy Mountain via hairpins, intersecting State Route 42 at Sharon Springs. After a short concurrency with SR 42 to the southwest, SR 623 ends at State Route 622, a minor road that parallels SR 42. Except south of SR 42, SR 623 follows the old Tazewell Courthouse and Fancy Gap Turnpike.[citation needed]

8 miles (13 km) of current SR 623, from Gratton southeast into Burkes Garden, was primary State Route 78 until 1944.

SR 623 (Goochland and Hanover Counties)[edit]

State Route 623 is a secondary state highway in Goochland and Hanover counties. The route is split into two segments. The first segment, in Goochland and Hanover counties, is known as Ashland Road. It also changes names to Cedar Lane. The second segment, in Goochland County, is known as Hockett Road. The first segment is 15.25 miles (24.54 km) long, and the second segment is 3.55 miles (5.71 km) long. In total, the route is 18.80 miles (30.26 km) long.[18] [19]

Major intersections[edit]

Segment 1[edit]

County Location Mile[20] [18] km Destinations Notes
Goochland Centerville 0.0 0.0 US 250 (Broad Street Rd.) Southern terminus
  0.4 0.6 SR 1000 (Plaza Dr.)
  0.5 0.8 SR 622 (Rockville Rd.)
  0.7 1.1 SR 622 (Three Chopt Rd.)
  0.8 1.3 SR 708 (St. Matthews Ln.)
  1.1 1.8 I‑64 – Richmond, Charlottesville I-64 Exit 173
  2.2 3.5 SR 1015 (Commerce Center Dr.)
  3.0 4.8 SR 685 (Johnson Rd.)
Hanover Hylas 3.8 6.1 SR 271 (Pouncey Tract Rd.) – Rockville, Richmond
  5.2 8.4 SR 624 (Abner Church Rd.)
  6.1 9.8 SR 624 (Cauthrone Rd.)
  7.1 11.4 SR 709 (Chewning Rd.)
  7.2 11.6 US 33 (Mountain Rd.) – Louisa, Richmond
  7.5 12.1 SR 625 (Greenwood Rd.)
  9.1 14.6 SR 666 (Ashland Rd.)
  9.9 15.9 SR 1010 (Beaver Glen Dr.)
  10.6 17.1 SR 648 (Rocky Ridge Rd.)
  11.6 18.7 SR 660 (Winns Church Rd.)
  12.1 19.5 SR 772 (Karen Dr.)
  12.3 19.8 SR 772 (Beech Hollow Trail)
  12.4 20.0 SR 727 (Holly Berry Rd.)
  13.1 21.1 SR 626 (Elmont Rd.)
  13.4 21.6 SR 626 (Old Washington Hwy.) Northern terminus of SR 626
  14.0 22.5 SR 749 (Bazile Rd.)
  14.2 22.9 SR 1305 (Brookhollow Dr.)
  14.6 23.5 SR 713 (Holly Hill Rd.)
  15.25 24.54 US 1 (Washington Hwy.) Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Segment 2[edit]

SR 628 (Suffolk)[edit]

State Route 628 was a secondary state highway in the independent city of Suffolk, formerly Nansemond County. The 5.26-mile (8.47 km)[21] highway was transferred to the city on July 1, 2006, and is now simply known as Crittenden Road. Until 1947, the southwesternmost 3 miles (4.8 km) of it was primary SR 192.

SR 631 (Westmoreland County)[edit]

State Route 631 (SR 631) is a short state highway in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in the United States. It serves as a bypass to Colonial Beach, which is served by SR 205. Consequently, both termini of SR 631 are on SR 205, allowing through-traffic to avoid the through-town route and reduce their trip by 4.4 miles.

SR 638 (Scott County)[edit]

State Route 638 (Powell Mountain Road and Purchase Ridge Road) extends southeast from US 58 / US 421 through Pattonsville to SR 600 west of Clinchport. It was part of the original SR 10 from 1918, and remained in the primary system until 1943, first as part of SR 70 (1933-1940) and then as part of SR 66, which was cut back to Clinchport in 1943. The part north of SR 604 at Pattonsville remained part of US 58 / US 421 until the early 1970s.

SR 642 (Lee County)[edit]

State Route 642 extends for 8.88 miles (14.29 km)[5] in Lee County from the Powell River northeast across US 421 at Woodway to U.S. Route 58 Alternate near Dryden. The part of SR 642 east of SR 785 (old SR 66, bypassed by modern US 421) at Woodway was part of State Route 11 at the creation of the state highway system in 1918, then having various primary other numbers until it was downgraded in 1943.

SR 643 (Fairfax County)[edit]

State Route 643 is a major secondary road in western Fairfax County, Virginia that has a length of 10.12 miles (16.29 km). Its western terminus is SR 645 near Clifton. SR 643's eastern terminus is Fairfax County Parkway near Burke. This route is composed of four disconnected segments: Henderson Road, which runs for 6.12 miles; Old Ox Road, which runs for one block; Lee Chapel Road; and Burke Centre Parkway.

SR 644 (Fairfax County)[edit]

State Route 644 is a secondary state highway in southern Fairfax County, Virginia. It is the first main east–west road south of the Capital Beltway. It is known primarily as Franconia Road east of I-95, and Old Keene Mill Rd west of I-95. Its intersection with I-95, which is right near the Springfield Mall, was part of the major eight-year Springfield Interchange rebuilding project that was completed in July 2007.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Fairfax County.

Location Mile km Destinations Notes
  SR 286 (Fairfax County Parkway)
Five Forks SR 643 (Lee Chapel Road)
  SR 638 (Rolling Road)
Springfield SR 617 (Backlick Road) to SR 289 (Franconia-Springfield Parkway) interchange
I‑95 / I‑395 north / I‑495 I-95 exit 169
Commerce Street (SR 789) / Loisdale Road (SR 789) / Frontier Drive (SR 2677) - Mall interchange
Franconia SR 613 (Beulah Street)
  SR 613 (South Van Dorn Street) to I‑95
Huntington SR 611 (Telegraph Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


SR 645 (Fairfax County)[edit]

SR 645 (Highland County)[edit]

State Route 645 is a .29-mile (0.47 km) long secondary state highway in Highland County, Virginia in the village of McDowell. The road intersects U.S. Route 250 at its western terminus, travels .2 miles (0.32 km) to State Route 654, which it crosses, and continues for an additional .09 miles (0.14 km) to its eastern terminus with U.S. 250.[22] The section of SR 645 between its eastern terminus and SR 654 contains the Crab Run Lane Truss Bridge listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The bridge was closed in 1994 to vehicular traffic due to a lack of structural integrity.[23]

SR 655 (Fairfax County)[edit]

Jermantown Road (State Route 655) is a road running generally southwest to northeast through the City of Fairfax and Fairfax County in Virginia, near the Town of Vienna. The road intersects with U.S. Route 50 and State Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road) in Fairfax County. Jermantown Road crosses over Interstate 66 via an overpass, although no entrance or exit to the road is available from that highway.

SR 657 (Fairfax Counties)[edit]

SR 659 (Loudoun and Prince William Counties)[edit]

SR 667 (Wythe County)[edit]

State Route 667 runs 7.1 miles (11.4 km)[24] in Wythe County along Old Stage Road, a former main road in the corridor of present U.S. Route 11 between northeast of Rural Retreat and Wytheville. The part of SR 667 east of SR 654 (Berea Road) at the Wytheville National Fish Hatchery was primary State Route 114 until 1938.

SR 670 (Madison County)[edit]

State Route 670, also known as Old Blue Ridge Turnpike, is a secondary state highway in Madison County, Virginia, United States. It serves the communities of Criglersville and Syria. Its eastern terminus is an intersection with Virginia State Route 231, near Banco.[25]

SR 674 (Prince William County)[edit]

State Route 674
Location: Prince William County
Length: 6.08 mi[26] (9.78 km)

State Route 674 is a secondary state highway in western Prince William County. SR 674 is known by only one name, Wellington Road. It begins as a four-lane road at an intersection with Limestone Road in Gainesville. As it travels east it intersects University Boulevard, which goes over I-66 and intersects with US 29 east of the Gainesville I-66 interchange. Later, there is an intersection with SR 621, Balls Ford Road and Devlin Road in Bristow. If one follows Balls Ford Road one will end up in Manassas, whereas if one follows Devlin Road one will end up in residential portions of Bristow. After this intersection SR 674 gradually reduces to two lanes. The next major intersection is Sudley Manor Drive. To the east this road connects with SR 234 Business in Manassas. To the west it passes through the Victory Lakes subdivision before it intersects with Linton Hall Road. Almost immediately after SR 674 intersects with SR 234, the Prince William Parkway. As SR 674 continues it passes by Rixlew Lane, off of which is located the Manassas Mall. After this, it intersects with Godwin Drive at the Manassas City limits. Godwin Drive north intersects with SR 234 Business, Sudley Road, and south intersects with SR 28 and SR 234. The route continues as Wellington Road in Manassas.

Originally, SR 674 started at an intersection with US 29. As of 2007, the section between US 29 and just past Limestone Drive has been cut, the road renamed to Wellington Branch Road, and the route designation changed to SR 874.[27] Also, with progress being made in the VDOT Gainesville Interchange project, Wellington Branch Road no longer intersects with US 29, and has been cut before the intervening railroad track. The only way to access Wellington Branch Road is by turning on Limestone Drive.

The entire route is in Prince William County.

Location Mile[26] km Destinations Notes
Gainesville 0.00 0.00 Limestone Drive Wellington Drive continues to SR 619
Bristow 2.02 3.25 SR 621 (Devlin Road south, Balls Ford Road south) – Manassas, Bristow
  4.26 6.86 SR 234 (Prince William Parkway) – Manassas, Woodbridge, Clifton
  5.93 9.54 SR 668 (Rixlew Lane) – Manassas
Manassas 6.08 9.78 Continues as Wellington Road
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

SR 681 (James City County)[edit]

State Route 681, also known as Sandy Bay Road, is a very short secondary state highway, running from Ironbound Road (SR 615) to a dead end south of SR 31. The portion north of SR 31 serves as a bypass for a residential segment of SR 615.

SR 700 (Washington County)[edit]

State Route 700 runs 31.06 miles (49.99 km)[28] in Washington County in a general northeasterly direction from U.S. Route 58/U.S. Route 421 west of Bristol to State Route 645 near its junction with State Route 91 in Saltville. The southwesternmost 5.15 miles (8.29 km), ending just northeast of Benhams, was primary State Route 77 until 1942.

SR 711 (Chesterfield and Powhatan Counties)[edit]

State Route 711 runs from State Route 147 in Chesterfield County west to U.S. Route 522 in Powhatan County. It was primary State Route 44 until 1952.

SR 712 (Brunswick County)[edit]

State Route 712 is an old alignment of the present US 1 corridor, bypassed in 1925. It runs 12.62 miles (20.31 km)[29] from State Route 606, just south of U.S. Route 58 at Edgerton, north to US 1 at the Nottoway River. Until 1949, it was primary State Route 140.

SR 734 (Loudoun County)[edit]

SR 738 (Caroline, Hanover, and Spotsylvania Counties)[edit]

State Route 738 is a 38.38-mile (61.77 km)[30][31][32] secondary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia between Richmond and Fredericksburg. It begins at State Route 646 northwest of Hanover, heading north and west to cross U.S. Route 1 at Gum Tree. From there it heads gradually west and north, mostly along an old alignment of State Route 1 (now US 1), through Coatesville, Chilesburg, and Partlow. SR 738 ends at an intersection with State Route 208 and State Route 606 at Snell; SR 208 continues northeasterly via Spotsylvania to US 1 south of Fredericksburg.

SR 744 (Lee County)[edit]

State Route 744 extends for 3.7 miles (6.0 km)[5] from U.S. Route 58 Business east of Ewing south to the Tennessee state line in Lee County. Its continuation in Tennessee is an unnumbered county road in the direction of Alanthus Hill and State Route 63. SR 744 was primary SR 62 until 1942.

SR 758 (Lee County)[edit]

State Route 758 extends for 7.3 miles (11.7 km)[5] from U.S. Route 58 west of Jonesville south to the Tennessee state line. Its continuation in Tennessee is an unnumbered county road in the direction of State Route 63 at Mulberry Gap. SR 758 was primary SR 63 until 1946.

SR 762 (Smyth and Washington Counties)[edit]

State Route 762 runs 11.85 miles (19.07 km)[28][33] from State Route 91 at Lodi east to State Route 600 and State Route 660 at St. Clair Bottom and then north to Interstate 81 and State Route 107 in Chilhowie. Except for a realignment at St. Clair Bottom, SR 762 was primary State Route 79 until 1953. (The part west of St. Clair Bottom had been a primary state highway since 1924.)

SR 772 (Loudoun County)[edit]

SR 805 (Grayson County)[edit]

State Route 805 runs for 10.1 miles (16.3 km)[34] in Grayson County from US 21 south of Dry Run Gap to SR 94 at Providence. SR 805 was primary State Route 95 until 1953.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Northampton County PDF (177 KiB)
  2. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Accomack County PDF (318 KiB)
  3. ^ a b Map of Northampton County, revised July 1, 1936
  4. ^ Map of Accomac County, revised July 1, 1936
  5. ^ a b c d e 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Lee County PDF (230 KiB)
  6. ^ a b c 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Scott County PDF (269 KiB)
  7. ^ Minutes of the Meeting of the State Highway Commission of Virginia, Held in Richmond, October 10, 1940 PDF (332 KiB), page 13
  8. ^ Minutes of the Meeting of the State Highway Commission of Virginia, held in Richmond, May 12, 1943 PDF (405 KiB), page 17
  9. ^ a b 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Wise County PDF (247 KiB)
  10. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Russell County PDF (233 KiB)
  11. ^ http://virginiadot.org/
  12. ^ http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/hamptonroads/ironbound_road_improvement_project.asp
  13. ^ Signage on the ramp from US 23 north/US 58 Alternate east to 12th Street, taken March 13, 2000 by Rich Carlson
  14. ^ Signage on US 23 Business south at 11th Street, taken March 13, 2000 by Rich Carlson
  15. ^ Minutes of Meeting of State Highway and Transportation Board, Richmond, Virginia, May 15, 1986 PDF (699 KiB), page 2
  16. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Bland County PDF (97.8 KiB)
  17. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Tazewell County PDF (262 KiB)
  18. ^ a b http://www.virginiadot.org/info/resources/AADT_037_Goochland_2005.pdf
  19. ^ http://www.vdot.virginia.gov/info/resources/Traffic_2013/AADT_042_Hanover_2013.pdf
  20. ^ Google Inc. "Driving directions from southern to northern terminus". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/37.6680057,-77.6752541/37.6893332,-77.4626897/@37.6906255,-77.6413052,11z/data=!4m24!4m23!1m20!3m4!1m2!1d-77.5012563!2d37.7094071!3s0x89b13ee905060495:0xf5dae1be. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
  21. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Nansemond Maintenance Area PDF (501 KiB)
  22. ^ "Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Highland County". VDOT. 2010. 
  23. ^ Karen Brandt (April 2009). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Crab Run Lane Truss Bridge". Virginia Department of Historic Resources. 
  24. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Wythe County PDF (97.8 KiB)
  25. ^ "Virginia 231 & Virginia Secondary 670". AARoads.com. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
  26. ^ a b VA DOT Daily Traffic Volume Estimates (Prince William) 2008 Retrieved September 27, 2009. Includes certain roads in the City of Manassas.
  27. ^ VA DOT Daily Traffic Volume Estimates (Prince William) 2007 Retrieved September 28, 2009. Includes certain roads in the City of Manassas.
  28. ^ a b 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Washington County PDF (356 KiB)
  29. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Brunswick County PDF (173 KiB)
  30. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Hanover County PDF (679 KiB)
  31. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Caroline County PDF (178 KiB)
  32. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Spotsylvania County PDF (588 KiB)
  33. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Smyth County PDF (201 KiB)
  34. ^ 2005 Virginia Department of Transportation Jurisdiction Report - Daily Traffic Volume Estimates: Grayson County PDF (229 KiB)