West Virginia Route 55

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West Virginia Route 55 marker

West Virginia Route 55
Route information
Maintained by WVDOH
Length: 227.9 mi[1] (366.8 km)
Major junctions
West end: US 19.svg US 19 in Muddlety
 

WV 20 from Craigsville to Fenwick
WV 39 from Fenwick to Marlinton
US 219 from Mill Point to Elkins
US 250 from Huttonsville to Elkins
US 33 from Elkins to Seneca Rocks
WV 28 from Seneca Rocks to Moorefield

US 220 from Petersburg to Moorefield
East end: US 48.svgVirginia 55.svg US 48/VA 55 near Wardensville
Location
Counties: Nicholas, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Randolph, Pendleton, Grant, Hardy
Highway system
WV 54 WV 57

West Virginia Route 55 is a two-laned east–west state highway in West Virginia. The western terminus of the route is at U.S. Route 19 in Muddlety. The eastern terminus is at the Virginia state line six miles (10 km) east of Wardensville, where WV 55 continues as Virginia State Route 55.

East of Moorefield, WV 55 crosses the well-known Clifford Hollow Bridge.

Main Street (WV 39 and WV 55) in Richwood.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Nicholas Muddlety US 19 – Summersville, Sutton interchange
  WV 41 south – Summersville
Craigsville WV 20 north – Camden on Gauley, Webster Springs west end of WV 20 overlap
Fenwick WV 20 south / WV 39 west – Summersville east end of WV 20 overlap; west end of WV 39 overlap
see WV 39 and US 219
Randolph Elkins US 33 west / US 219 north / US 250 north / WV 92 north / CR 219/34 (11th Street / Elkins-Randolph County Industrial Park Road) – Parsons, Buckhannon, South Elkins east end of US 219 / US 250 / WV 92 overlap; west end of US 33 overlap
see US 33
Pendleton Seneca Rocks US 33 east / WV 28 south – Franklin, Green Bank east end of US 33 overlap; west end of WV 28 overlap
see WV 28
Hardy Moorefield US 220 north / WV 28 north – Romney, Keyser east end of US 220 / WV 28 overlap
US 48 west interchange; west end of US 48 overlap
see Corridor H
  US 48 east / SR 55 east – Strasburg, Front Royal, Washington, DC Virginia state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Distance calculated using Microsoft MapPoint mapping software.