Virginia State Route 35

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State Route 35 marker

State Route 35
Route information
Maintained by VDOT
Length 48.71 mi[1] (78.39 km)
Existed 1923 – present
Major junctions
South end NC 35 near Boykins

SR 186 in Boykins
US 58 near Courtland
SR 40 in Homeville
US 301 / SR 156 in Templeton

I-95 in Templeton
North end SR 605 / SR 622 in Templeton
Counties Southampton, Sussex, Prince George
Highway system
SR 34 SR 36

State Route 35 (SR 35) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. The state highway runs 48.71 miles (78.39 km) from the North Carolina state line near Boykins, where the highway continues as North Carolina Highway 35 (NC 35), north to SR 605 and SR 622 in Templeton. SR 35 is the main north–south highway of Southampton County; the highway also connects U.S. Route 58 (US 58) in Courtland with Interstate 95 (I-95) and US 301 at Templeton south of Petersburg.

Route description[edit]

View north along SR 35 at SR 40 in Sussex County

SR 35 begins at the North Carolina state line south of Boykins. The highway continues south as NC 35, which crosses the Meherrin River a short distance to the south. SR 35 heads north as Meherrin Road, which parallels the North Carolina and Virginia Railroad to the town of Boykins. The state highway follows Main Street through town and meets the eastern end of SR 186 (Beaton Avenue). SR 35 intersects CSX's Portsmouth Subdivision and continues northeast as Meherrin Road. Next to Southampton High School, the state highway meets US 58 (Southampton Parkway) at a diamond interchange. SR 35 runs concurrently with US 58 Business northeast on a through truss bridge over the Nottoway River into the town of Courtland. In the center of the county seat, US 58 Business turns south onto Main Street and SR 35 heads north and meets Norfolk Southern Railway's Frankln District at grade.[1][2]

SR 35 heads northwest from Courtland as Plank Road. The state highway crosses over then parallels the Assamoosick Swamp north into Sussex County. Within that county, SR 35 is named Jerusalem Plank Road and intersects SR 40 (Sussex Drive) in the hamlet of Homeville. The state highway continues into Prince George County as Courtland Road to the village of Templeton. SR 35 meets US 301 (Crater Road) just east of I-95; the intersection also serves as the southern terminus of SR 156 (Prince George Drive) and receives the exit ramp from northbound I-95. SR 35 and US 301 head west across I-95 and meet the other three ramps of the partial cloverleaf interchange with the Interstate. US 301 turns south onto Crater Road while the state highway continues to its terminus at the intersection of SR 605 (Spain Drive) and SR 622 (Providence Road).[1][2]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Southampton 0.00 0.00 NC 35 south – Conway North Carolina state line
Boykins 2.64 4.25 SR 186 west (Beaton Avenue) – Branchville Eastern terminus of SR 186
SR 673 (Grays Shop Road) – Newsoms former SR 194 south
13.21 21.26 US 58 – Emporia, Franklin Southern end of US 58 Bus. concurrency; interchange
Courtland 15.38 24.75
US 58 Bus. east (Main Street) – Franklin, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Northern end of US 58 Bus. concurrency
SR 616 (Ivor Road) – Ivor former SR 312 north
Sussex Homeville 33.67 54.19 SR 40 (Sussex Drive) – Stony Creek, Waverly
Lambs SR 626 (Courthouse Road) – Sussex, Yale, Southampton Correctional Center former SR 351 south
Prince George Templeton 47.99 77.23 US 301 north (Prince George Drive) to SR 156 Southern end of US 301 concurrency
I-95 – Emporia, Petersburg Exit 41 (I-95)
48.26 77.67 US 301 south (South Crater Road) Northern end of US 301 concurrency
48.71 78.39 SR 605 (Spain Drive) / SR 622 (Providence Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c d "2009 Traffic Data". Virginia Department of Transportation. 2009. Retrieved 2011-08-17. 
  2. ^ a b Google (2011-08-17). "Virginia State Route 35" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-08-17. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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SR 34 Two‑digit State Routes
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