U.S. Virgin Islands Highway 30

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Highway 30 marker

Highway 30
Route information
Length: 14.5 mi[1] (23.3 km)
Major junctions
West end: Dead end on western part of St. Thomas
East end: Hwy 32 in Nadir
Highway system
USVI Highways

Highway 30 is a major road on St. Thomas, USVI.

Route description[edit]

The road begins as Fortuna Road at a dead end on the westernmost part of St. Thomas. Highway 30 starts out heading northwards, but quickly turns east and runs through the quiet western section of the island. After meeting Highway 301, the road heads in a southeasterly direction, passing the University of the Virgin Islands and Cyril E. King Airport (accessed via Highway 302). Soon after the airport, Highway 30 meets Highway 33, a road which serves the northern part of St. Thomas, as well as Highway 308, a road which runs parallel to Highway 30 through the heart of Charlotte Amalie. Highway 30 runs along the Caribbean Sea at this point, and travelers can see the cruise ships docked at Charlotte Amalie's harbor. After leaving the immediate vicinity of Charlotte Amalie and becoming one of the busiest roads on the islands, Highway 30 passes Havensight, a large shopping center. This part of the road is prone to traffic jams, due to a combination of the large amount of shoppers, poorly timed lights, and a complex intersection with Highway 313. After passing Havensight, Highway 30 quickly becomes a residential road, with many houses on either side. Finally, the road meets Highway 32 in the town of Nadir and comes to an end.

Major intersections[edit]

Location mi km Destinations Notes
St. Thomas 0.00 0.00 Dead end Terminus
Charlotte Amalie Hwy 301
Hwy 302 - Cyril E. King Airport
Hwy 33
Hwy 313
Nadir Hwy 32 Terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Auxiliary routes[edit]

Highway 301[edit]

Highway 301
Location: Hwy 33 Hwy 30, Crown Mountain
Length: 1.0 mi[2] (1.6 km)

Highway 301 is a short road on St. Thomas, USVI. The purpose of the road is to connect Highway 33 with Highway 30. Currently, if Highway 301 did not exist, travelers would have to travel southeast along Highway 33 to Charlotte Amalie, then back northwest along Highway 30.

Highway 302[edit]

Highway 302
Location: Cyril E. King Airport
Length: 1.2 mi[3] (1.9 km)

Highway 302 is a minor road on St. Thomas, USVI. Its function is to provide access to Cyril E. King Airport.

Highway 303[edit]

Highway 303
Location: Hwy 30– Hwy 33, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 1.2 mi[4] (1.9 km)

Highway 303[5] is a road on St. Thomas, USVI. Its route takes it up the east side of the University of the Virgin Islands, then through a residential area to Highway 33.

Highway 304[edit]

Highway 304
Location: Hwy 302, Cyril E. King Airport Hwy 30, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 1.2 mi[6] (1.9 km)

Highway 304 runs from Highway 30 south to Highways 305 and 306, then northwest to Highway 302.

Highway 305[edit]

Highway 305
Location: Hwy 306 Hwy 304, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 0.2 mi[7] (0.3 km)

Highway 305 [8] heads southwest from Highway 304 to Highway 306.

Highway 306[edit]

Highway 306
Location: Hwy 305 – Hwy 304, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 0.2 mi[9] (0.3 km)

Highway 306 runs southeast from Highway 304, past the southern terminus of Highway 305, then dead-ends overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

Highway 308[edit]

Highway 308
Location: Hwy 30 – Hwy 314, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 1.9 mi[10] (3.1 km)

Highway 308 (better known as Dronnigens Gade) is a road on St. Thomas, USVI. Branching off from Highway 30 a few miles west of Charlotte Amalie, Highway 308 runs right through the heart of the town, parallel to Highway 30, which runs along the waterfront. Highway 308 passes Highway 40 and Highway 35 along its route, as well as tourist attractions like Fort Christian. The road ends one block east of Highway 35 at Highway 314, which runs south to Highway 30.

Highway 313[edit]

Highway 313
Location: Hwy 30 – Hwy 38, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 0.3 mi[11] (0.5 km)

Highway 313 is a minor road on St. Thomas, USVI. It is a de facto eastern bypass of Charlotte Amalie. Highway 313 allows travelers on Highway 30 to access Highway 38 (and vice versa) without using the clogged roads of downtown or cutting through a residential area.

Highway 314[edit]

Highway 314
Location: Hwy 30 – Hwy 308, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 0.4 mi[12] (0.6 km)

Highway 314 is a minor road on St. Thomas, USVI. It provides access to the eastern part of Charlotte Amalie from Highway 30.

Highway 315[edit]

Highway 315
Location: Havensight – Hwy 30, Charlotte Amalie
Length: 1.0 mi[13] (1.6 km)

Highway 315 is a minor road on St. Thomas, USVI. Its purpose is to serve a large residential development on the east side of St. Thomas Harbor.

Highway 318[edit]

Highway 318
Location: Crown Mountain
Length: 0.7 mi[14] (1.1 km)

Highway 318 is a road on St. Thomas, USVI. It branches off from Highway 30 and serves a few residential dwellings before losing its designation seven-tenths of a mile later.


Route map: Bing / Google

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  5. ^ St Thomas - St John Pocket Map
  6. ^ Google (June 8, 2009). "U.S. Virgin Islands Highway 30" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 8, 2009. 
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  8. ^ St. Thomas - St. John Pocket Map Highway 305 is in the bottom-left corner, near "Crown Bay Marina".
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