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picking up where 1923-1928 left off

location of lists:

  • 1928-08 p. 12 (chapter 160 Vaughan Act and 2½%)
  • 1928-09 p. 48 (relisting of portion of chapter 160 and 2½% to be taken over as of 1928-10-01)
  • 1928-12 p. 72 (more 2½%)
  • 1929-08 p. 160 (2½% tentative)
  • 1929-09 p. 176 (2½% confirmed with no changes)
  • 1930-06 p. 282 (2½% tentative)
  • 1930-07 p. 6 (2½% confirmed with no changes)
  • 1930-12 02 p. 3 (chapter 55 Porter-Rhodes Bill, first half)
  • 1931-06 p. 185 (2½% tentative)
  • 1931-07 p. 70 (2½% confirmed with changes)
  • 1931-12 01 p. 5 (more 2½%)
  • 1932-06 p. 8 (chapter 55 Porter-Rhodes Bill, second half, tentative)
  • 1932-07 03 p. 11 (2½% tentative)
  • 1932-07 03 p. 13 (chapter 55 Porter-Rhodes Bill, second half, confirmed with changes (e.g. Roanoke County))
  • 1932-07 03 p. 27 (state institutions, also 1933-10 p. 30)
  • 1932-08 03 p. 8 (2½% confirmed with changes (e.g. Bedford County))

cities and towns now at User:NE2/VA city changes

  • SR 12: Suffolk-Damascus (pre-1928), 4.25 mi Suffolk-east to county line (1930-12), 2.00 mi Bowers Hill Road (1930-12), 2.00 mi Alexanders Corner-Portsmouth (1930-12) - this appears to be Airline Boulevard east of Portsmouth Boulevard, but was it really part of 12?, 2.70 mi Norfolk-Water Works (1930-12)
    • SR 500 (part): Virginia Beach-Fort Story-west (SR 101)
    • SR 501: in Virginia Beach (SR 101), 1.70 mi Virginia Beach-State Rifle Range (1928-08)
    • SR 502 (part): 4.40 mi Thomas Corner-north (1928-08) - part of this remained SR 502, 0.70 mi Thomas Corner-north (1928-12 2½%), 0.75 mi Thomas Corner-SR 500 (1929-09 2½%)
    • SR 527 (1929): 2.20 mi Suffolk-east (1929-09 2½%), 5.00 mi Portsmouth-west (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 13: McCormick's Gate-Callao except gaps (pre-1928), 8.10 mi Amherst-west (1928-08), 2.50 mi Amherst-west to county line (1928-08 2½%), 17.80 mi Buckingham-Amherst (1928-08), 4.60 mi Amherst-west (1928-08)
  • SR 15: Fort Chiswell-NC (pre-1928), 2.00 mi Fort Chiswell-Max Meadows (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 19: Richmond-Dixie (pre-1928), 4.0 mi Fork Union-west (pre-1928), 4.0 mi SR 28-east (pre-1928), 16.95 mi Scottsville (which probably straddled the county line even back then)-Schuyler (1928-08) - probably went Porters-Tapscott-Scottsville to get enough mileage, 8.73 mi Fork Union-west (1928-08), 2.00 mi Fork Union-west (1930-07 2½%), permanently located via Faber, with a spur planned to Schuyler when mileage is available (1930-09 p. 5), 0.80 mi Fork Union-Scottsville (1930-12), realignment (1931-10 p. 4)
  • SR 19Y (1930): 1.60 mi spur to Schuyler (1930-12)
  • SR 20: Richmond-Brookneal (pre-1928), 9.1 mi Brookneal-west to county line (pre-1928), 16.0 mi Rocky Mount-east to county line (pre-1928), 25.96 mi Rocky Mount-west (1928-08 extension of SR 335), 18.10 mi Rocky Mount-east (1928-08), 9.06 mi Rocky Mount-east (1928-08 2½%), 7.03 mi Rocky Mount-west (1930-12), 9.45 mi Rocky Mount-Brookneal (1930-12), 3.37 mi Rocky Mount-Woolwine (1932-07)
  • SR 22: Salem-WV (pre-1928), Crows-WV (SR 143), 4.50 mi Roanoke River-Cave Spring (1930-12), 0.95 mi SR 10-Salem (1932-08 2½% - not sure if this was SR 22)
  • SR 25: Alexandria-Chain Bridge-Fairfax (pre-1928), Woodbridge-Occoquan (SR 315), 10.00 mi Fairfax-south (1928-08), 3.80 mi Fairfax-Occoquan (1930-12), when did the piece east of SR 718 disappear?
  • SR 26Y (1930): 0.50 mi spur to Bland (1930-12)
  • SR 28: Lovingston-Ruckersville (pre-1928), 8.55 mi Ruckersville-north (pre-1928), 8.5 mi Madison-northeast (pre-1928), 10.5 mi Culpeper-north (pre-1928), Buckland-Centreville (pre-1928), 4.30 mi Madison-northeast (1928-08), 2.50 mi Madison-northeast (1928-08 2½%), 2.50 mi Culpeper-north (1928-08 2½%), 2.15 mi Ruckersville-O'Neals Corner (1928-08), 1 mi Madison-northeast (1930-01 p. 219 leftover from Vaughan Act), 1.20 mi Madison-Culpeper (1930-12), 3.60 mi Culpeper-north (1930-12), 5.35 mi Culpeper-north (1932-07), 2.06? mi Culpeper-Warrenton (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 29: Gloucester Point-Shacklefords Fork (pre-1928), St. Stephens Church-King & Queen (SR 131), 4.0 mi King & Queen-southeast (SR 131), 9.80 mi King & Queen-Shacklefords (1928-08 extension of SR 131), 2.13 mi St. Stephens Church-northwest (1928-08), 4.05 mi DeJarnette-southeast (1930-12), 5.96 mi St. Stephens Church-northwest (1930-12), 0.90 mi St. Stephens Church-northwest (1931-07 2½%), 12.42 mi DeJarnette-St. Stephens Church (1932-07)
  • SR 30: Central Garage-Urbanna (pre-1928), 9.79 mi Central Garage-west (1928-08), 0.50 mi into Urbanna (1928-08), 2.91 mi Central Garage-west to county line (1930-12), 3.40 mi Central Garage-west (1932-07)
  • (SR 33: Coalter and Augusta Streets both adopted north from Staunton (1932-02 p. 2); Augusta became US 11Y in 1933 - was it SR 33Y?)
  • (SR 34: parallel to the railroad from Coal Kiln Crossing to Exmore if ROW can be secured (1929-03 p. 109) which it apparently was - but SR 34 was still in Belle Haven in 1930-07 p. 17, 1930-12 p. 2)
  • SR 35: Petersburg-Courtland (pre-1928), 11.1 mi Courtland-southwest (pre-1928), 2.30 mi Courtland-NC (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 37: Westland-WV (pre-1928), 0.08? mi Westland-Westland Wharf (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 37E (1930)
    • SR 608: 4.39 Templeman-southeast (1928-08), 4.84 mi Templeman-Warsaw (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 38: Mathews-Opal except gaps (pre-1928), 4.0 mi Mathews-south (SR 291), 2.62 mi Opal-Falmouth gap (1928-08), 2.00 mi Opal-Falmouth gap (1928-08 2½%), 5.10 mi Mathews-Bayside (1928-08 extension of SR 291), 1.50 mi Mathews-Saluda gap (1928-08), 5.50 mi Saluda-Mathews gap (1928-08)
  • SR 39Y (1930): Huntington Avenue may be one-way (1931-01 p. 8)
    • SR 530 (1930): 0.25 mi connecting Virginia and Huntington Avenues (1930-07 2½%) - but Huntington Avenue north of Newport News city limits was 0.5 mi
  • SR 41: Charles City-Zion (pre-1928), 4.0 mi Zion-west (pre-1928), 5.40 mi Zion-Keswick (1928-08), 8.00 mi Charles City-east (1928-08), 4.50 mi Williamsburg-west (1928-08), 3.50 mi Charles City-east (1930-12), 2.80 mi Williamsburg-west (1930-12), 0.50 mi Williamsburg-west (1931-01 p. 9 transferred from SR 510), 3.00 mi Charles City-east (1932-07), 1.70 mi Williamsburg-west (1932-07)
  • SR 42: 13.41 mi Bland-northeast (1928-08), 14.25 mi Holston-southwest (1928-08), 10.42 mi New Castle-southwest (1928-08), 8.30 mi Poplar Hill-southwest to county line (1928-08), 5.44 mi Craig-Giles County line-southwest (1928-08), 0.80 mi Holston-southwest (1929-09 2½%), 3.00 mi New Castle-southwest (1929-09 2½%), 3.84 mi Bland-Poplar Hill (1930-12), 2.37 mi Bland-southwest (1930-12), 6.21 mi New Castle-southwest (1930-12), 6.87 mi Craig-Giles County line-southwest (1930-12), 1.51 mi New Castle-northeast (1931-07 2½%), 6.70 mi Bland-southwest (1932-07), 8.10 mi Broad Ford-east (1932-07), 6.21 mi New Castle-southwest (1932-07), 3.99 mi Craig-Giles County line-Staffordsville (1932-07), 0.65 mi New Castle-Staffordsville (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 43: 6.25 mi Forest-south (1928-08), 10.45 mi Bedford-Campbell County line-south (1928-08), 10.30 mi Concord-Rustburg (1928-08), 1.85 mi Forest-south to county line (1928-12 2½%), 6.80 mi Rustburg-west (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 44: Lunenburg-Chase City (SR 201), 14.45 mi Victoria-north (SR 201), 25.70 mi South Boston-Clarksville (1928-08), 12.50 mi Chase City-Clarksville (1928-08), 1.00 mi Victoria-Burkeville (1928-12 2½% extension of SR 201), 10.16 mi South Boston-west (1930-12), 6.45 mi Danville-east (1930-12), 3.40 mi South Boston-west (1931-07 2½%), 0.50 mi Danville-east (1931-07 2½%), 14.19 mi South Boston-Danville (1932-07) - claims it went "in the direction of Sutherlin"
  • SR 45: 9.91 mi Cartersville-south (1928-08), 5.60 mi Georges Tavern-Cartersville (1928-08), 4.91 mi Cartersville-Cumberland (1930-12)
  • SR 46: 1.28 mi Columbia-southeast (1928-08), 0.55 mi Cartersville-northwest (1930-12), 5.08 mi Powhatan-northwest (1930-12), 4.50 mi Columbia-north (1930-12), 6.24 mi Louisa-south (1930-12), 5.45 mi Columbia-southeast (1932-07), 5.09 mi Powhatan-northwest (1932-07), 5.31 mi Columbia-north (1932-07), 4.11 mi Louisa-south to county line (1932-07), 3.42 mi Louisa-north (1931-06 2½%), 5.50 mi Louisa-north (1932-07), 3.20? mi Powhatan-northwest to county line (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 48: Victoria-Kenbridge (SR 323) - this was originally SR 401, Kenbridge-Blackstone (SR 323), Sussex-Homeville (SR 351), 12.40 mi McKenney-west (1928-08), 2.80 mi Blackstone-east (1928-08), 3.00 mi Blackstone-east to county line (1928-08 2½%), 10.35 mi Sussex-Surry County line-northeast (1928-08), 3.00 mi Sussex-west (1928-08 extension of SR 351), 4.80 mi Sussex-west (1928-08 2½%), 2.30 mi McKenney-Blackstone (1929-09 2½%), 0.30 mi Sussex-Stony Creek (1930-07 2½%), 0.84 mi Surry-Sussex County line-southwest (1930-07 2½%), 2.70 mi McKenney-east (1930-12), 3.80 mi Waverly-Claremont (Surry County gap) (1930-12), 1.90 mi Waverly-Claremont (Sussex County gap) (1930-12), 5.00 mi Stony Creek-west to county line? (1930-12), 3.60 mi McKenney-east (1932-07), 4.69? mi McKenney-east (1932-08 2½%)
    • SR 47: Keysville-Lunenburg (SR 323)
  • SR 49: 22.37 mi Winfree-south (1928-08, changed to Culpeper-south by 1932-03 law), 12.00 mi Mineral-north (1928-08), 11.22 mi Cuckoo-south (1928-08), 5.10 mi Goochland-north (1928-08), 1.00 mi Mineral-north (1929-09 2½%), 1.30 mi Mineral-north (1930-07 2½%), 1.50 mi Cuckoo-south (1930-07 2½%), 4.54 mi Goochland-Cuckoo (1930-12), 5.45 mi Mineral-Winfree (1930-12 as 6.55 mi, 1.10 mi in Spotsylvania County not needed so transferred to SR 616 1931-01 p. 9)
  • SR 50: Ashland-New Post (SR 311)
  • SR 51: Gum Tree-Four Mile Fork (SR 312)
  • SR 52: 27.43 mi Ivor-northwest (1928-08), 1.70 mi Ivor-southeast (1928-08), 3.60 mi Ivor-southeast to county line (1928-08 2½%), 17.99 mi Southampton-Isle of Wight County line-southeast (1928-08), 3.00 mi Ivor-Suffolk (1929-09 2½%), 3.50 mi Zuni-northwest (1929-09 2½%), 4.47 mi Ivor-northwest (1930-12), 0.50 mi Ivor-Petersburg (1932-08 2½%) - but this isn't enough to reach Petersburg! (7.45+4.47+0.50 in Prince Georges County)
  • SR 53: 5.00 mi SR 393-south (1928-08), 3.50 mi Andersons Corner-north (1928-08), 0.80 mi SR 393-south to county line (1929-09 2½%), 0.70 mi Andersons Corner-SR 393 (1930-12)
  • SR 54: Tysons Corner-Briggs except gap (SR 251), Boyce-White Post (SR 251), 2.50 mi White Post-west to county line (1928-08), 2.60 mi Boyce-Briggs (1928-08), 3.50 mi Stephens City-east (1928-08), 0.60 mi Stephens City-east to county line (1928-08 2½%), 8.53 mi Tysons Corner-west (1928-08 extension of SR 251), 6.12 mi Leesburg-Tysons Corner gap (1929-09 2½%), 2.06 mi Tysons Corner-southeast (1930-12), 7.77 mi Tysons Corner-southeast (1932-07), 1.07 mi Tysons Corner-Alexandria (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 55: Strasburg-Riverton (SR 373), 3.0 mi Front Royal-east (SR 373), 11.25 mi Strasburg-northwest (1928-08), 3.04 mi Front Royal-east (1928-08 extension of SR 373), 2.00 mi Front Royal-east to county line (1928-08 2½% extension of SR 373), 15.60 mi Warren-Fauquier County line-east (1928-08), 3.00 mi Gainesville-west (1930-07 2½%), 7.40 mi Front Royal-east (1930-12), 3.00 mi Gainesville-Front Royal (1931-07 2½%, initially all in Fauquier County, but 0.14 mi excess transferred to Prince William County 1931-08 p. 2), 1.80 mi Strasburg-northwest (1932-07), 1.56 mi Strasburg-northwest (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 47 (1930): 5.78 mi SR 117-east (1930-12), 2.28 mi SR 117-east (1932-07)
  • SR 56 (1930): 7.35 mi Midway-southeast (1930-12), 3.00 mi Newport-east (1930-12) - a bit of this was actually SR 808 from the county line to Newport, 3.00 mi Newport-east (1932-07)
  • SR 57 (1930): 8.27 mi Martinsville-east (1930-12), 1.65 mi Martinsville-east (1931-07 2½%), 5.92 mi Martinsville-east to county line (1932-07), 1.00 mi Chatham-west (1932-07)
    • SR 302: 10.70 mi Halifax-west (1928-08), 17.10 mi Chatham-east to county line (1928-08), 5.00 mi Chatham-west (1929-09 2½%, had been decided 1929-03 p. 104), 3.50 mi Halifax-Chatham (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 58 (1930): 5.55 mi Fries-north (1930-12 extension of SR 116), 4.00 mi Farmers Store-south (1930-12), 1.42 mi Carroll-Wythe County line-north (1930-12 extension of SR 116), 6.03 mi Reavistown-southwest (1932-07), 1.58 mi Carroll-Wythe County line-north (1932-07), 6.25 mi Fries-north to county line (1932-07), 0.58? mi "Close Gap in Route 58" from which end? (1932-08 2½%)
    • SR 116: 1.33 mi spur SR 12-northeast (SR 121), 3.60 mi SR 12-northeast (1928-08 extension of SR 121), 0.75 mi SR 12-Fries (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 59 (1931): 2.00 mi Clarksville-southwest (1931-07 2½%), 0.30 mi Clarksville-southwest (1932-07), 5.52 mi Denniston-east (1932-07), 2.83 mi Denniston-east to county line (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 100: Cumberland Gap-TN (SR 107)
  • SR 101: 3.70 mi Rose Hill-TN (1928-08)
  • SR 102: 6.16 mi Cony Hollow-southwest (1928-08), 1.20 mi Cony Hollow-southwest (1930-12)
  • SR 103: 10.0 mi Jonesville-south (SR 1010), 3.50 mi Jonesville-TN (1928-08 extension of SR 1010), 6.06 mi Pennington Gap-northeast (1932-07 - or was this a new SR 105? the scan quality is horrible)
    • SR 105: 3.25 mi Dot-west (1928-08), 0.75 mi Dot-west? (1930-07 2½%), 4.85 mi Dot-west (1930-12)
  • SR 104: 3.0 mi Pennington Gap-northwest (1928-08 2½%), 2.25 mi Pennington Gap-northwest (1930-12), 2.25 mi Pennington Gap-KY (1932-07)
  • SR 106: Appalachia-KY (SR 115), Clinchport-Big Stone Gap (SR 116)
  • SR 107: 8.35 mi Parsonage-southwest to county line (1928-08 as 9.27 mi, 1929-06 p. 134: 0.92 mi transferred to SR 124), 6.04 mi Coeburn-south (1928-08 - listed as part of SR 122; distance from 1936 county map), 4.80 mi end of SR 122-southwest (1928-08 2½), 1.50 mi county line-southwest (1928-08 2½%), 4.93 mi Parsonage-southwest (1929-09 2½%) - this should have taken it to Gate City, but it's not enough (17.99 mi from SR 122 to US 23 on 1936 county map)
    • SR 108: Moccasin Gap-TN (SR 102)
  • SR 109: 3.24 mi Bristol-northeast (1928-08), 1.00 mi Bristol-northeast (1930-12) - or was this a disconnected piece from SR 10?
  • SR 110: Abingdon-Dickensonville (SR 106), 5.0 mi Abingdon-south (SR 106), 3.12 mi Abingdon-south (1929-09 2½%), 3.24 mi Abingdon-south (1930-12)
  • SR 111: 3.00 mi Brick Church-south (1928-08), 5.00 mi Cedarville-north (1928-08), 9.61 mi Brick Church-south (1930-12), 3.20 mi Council-northwest to county line (1932-07), 6.06 mi Haysi-north (1932-07), 6.10 mi Cedarville-Rock Spring Church (1932-07)
    • SR 125: Rosedale-Council (SR 118), 3.16 mi Council-northwest (1928-08 extension of SR 118), 3.52 mi Haysi-southeast (1930-12), 1.94 mi Haysi-northwest (1930-12), 1.18 mi Haysi-southeast (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 112: Lodi-WV except gap (SR 105), 8.20 mi Saltville-Liberty gap (1928-08 extension of SR 105)
  • SR 113: 6.80 mi Marion-north (1928-08), 6.80 mi Marion-south (1928-08), 4.00 mi Marion-south (1930-07 2½%), 6.20 mi Marion-SR 12 (1930-12), 1.90 mi Marion-north (1931-07 2½%), 4.78 mi Frog Level-south (1932-07), 3.00 mi Marion-north (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 114: 3.60 mi Wytheville-fish hatchery (1928-08)
  • SR 115: 7.30 mi Speedwell-Cedar Springs (1928-08), 6.94 mi Speedwell-east (1928-08), 2.90 mi Rural Retreat-south (1930-07 2½%), 3.84 mi SR 26-southwest (1932-07), 3.50 mi Cedar Springs-Rural Retreat (1932-07)
  • SR 117: 7.70 mi Galax-NC (1928-08)
  • SR 118: 4.53 mi Providence Church-west (1928-08), 5.10 mi Providence Church-west (1930-12), 1.90 mi Providence Church-SR 26 (1932-07)
  • SR 119: 5.04 mi Pigeon-west (1928-08)
  • SR 120: Pound-KY (SR 1141), 12.7 mi Pound-south (SR 119), 4.60 mi Norton-Pound (1928-08)
  • SR 121: Pound-Georges Fork (SR 1141), Georges Fork-Haysi (SR 114), 16.00 mi Grundy-WV (1928-08), 5.00 mi Haysi-east to county line (1928-08), 9.58 mi Grundy-west (1930-12), 5.00 mi Pound-west (1930-12), 1.62 mi Grundy-Haysi (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 122: Coeburn-Georges Fork (SR 114), 20.18 mi Coeburn-south (1928-08 as 26.22 mi, but 6.04 mi (per 1936 county map) transferred to SR 107)
  • SR 123: St. Paul-Dante (SR 113), 7.11 mi Fremont-south (1928-08), 3.20 mi Dante-north (1928-08), 3.00 mi Fremont-south (1929-09 2½%), 4.65 mi Fremont-south (1930-07 2½%), 0.59 mi Fremont-Dante (1930-12), 10.11 mi Dungannon-west (1932-07)
    • SR 124: 3.00 mi Banners Corner-west (1928-08), 0.92 mi Banners Corner-west (1929-06 p. 134: transferred from SR 107), 2.50 mi Banners Corner-west (1930-12), 4.50 mi Russell-Scott County line-west to Dungannon? (1930-12), 5.61 mi Dungannon-west (1930-12)
  • SR 126: Claypool Hill-Grundy (SR 111), 6.38 mi Grundy-northwest (1932-07)
  • SR 127: 12.58 mi Tazewell-east (1928-08)
    • SR 137 (1930): 2.00 mi Burkes Garden Siding-North Tazewell (1930-12)
  • SR 128: Bluefield-Pocahontas (SR 117), 1.60 mi Bluefield-WV (1928-08 extension of SR 117) - this isn't enough mileage (2.50 on 1936 county map)
  • SR 129: Mouth of Wilson-NC (SR 123)
  • SR 130: 3.30 mi Damascus-TN (1928-08 2½%)
  • SR 131: Hansonville-Lebanon (SR 112)
  • SR 132 (1930): 0.30 mi SR 128-Bluefield Airport (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 133 (1930): 2.82 mi SR 11-north (1930-12), 3.00 mi SR 11-north (1932-07)
  • SR 134 (1930): 4.12 mi Bolton-southwest (1930-12), 2.24 mi Bolton-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 135 (1930): 1.90 mi Chilhowie-south (1930-12), 2.10 mi Chilhowie-SR 12 (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 136 (1930): 7.00 mi Gratton-southeast (1930-12), 1.00 mi Gratton-southeast (1932-07)
  • SR 138 (1930): 0.89 mi Richlands-north (1930-12), 4.11 mi Richlands-north (1932-07)
  • SR 139 (1931): 3.80 mi Mouth of Wilson-NC (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 140? (1932): 5.15 mi Valley Institute-northeast (1932-07) - SR 75 (1933)
  • SR 141? (1932): 4.82 mi Norton-south (1932-07) - SR 73 (1933)
  • SR 142 (1932): 3.50 mi Duffield-Pattonsville (1932-08 2½%)
  • ? (1932): 7.00 mi Lebanon-north (1932-07 - may have been part of SR 131) - SR 82 (1933)
  • ? (1932): 5.52 mi Honaker-northeast (1932-08 2½% - may have been part of SR 138) - SR 83 (1933)
  • SR 200: 18.06 mi Joyce's Filling Station-west (1928-08)
  • SR 201: Ridgeway-NC (SR 337)
  • SR 202: 6.54 mi Martinsville-north (1928-08), 2.50 mi Martinsville-north (1930-07 2½%), 2.00 mi Martinsville-north (1930-12), 12.98 mi Martinsville-north (1932-07), 7.74 mi Martinsville-Penhook (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 203: 10.00 mi Bassett Forks-northwest (1928-08), 1.60 mi Bassett Forks-northwest to county line (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 204: Bedford-Rocky Mount (SR 335), 18.9 mi Bedford-Big Island (1928-08)
  • SR 205: Floyd-Roanoke (SR 232), 17.3 mi Floyd-southwest (SR 232), 11.60 mi Hillsville-northeast to county line (1928-08), 1.00 mi SR 206 to Brandon Road (1930-12, transferred to what? 1931-06 p. 177)
    • SR 206: 4.80 mi Raleigh Court-Cave Spring (1928-08)
  • SR 207: 4.31 mi Bedford-Roanoke County line-east (1928-08), 0.56 mi Vinton-east (1928-08), 1.26 mi Vinton-east to county line? (1928-08 2½%), 2.53 mi Vinton-east (1929-09 2½%), 1.90 mi Vinton-east (1930-07 2½%), 0.73 mi Vinton-east (1930-12), 3.77 mi Vinton-east (1931-07 2½%), 4.27 mi Vinton-east (1932-07), 0.70 mi Vinton-east (1932-08 2½%), 1.60 mi SR 208-Roanoke (1932-07) - part of SR 206 on topo, but later part of SR 207
  • SR 208: 7.00 SR 33-Salem (1928-08)
  • SR 209: 28.64 mi Cloverdale-northwest-southwest to county line (1928-08), 2.40 mi Blacksburg-northeast (1930-07 2½%), 4.80 mi Cloverdale-southwest (1930-12), 1.46 mi Blacksburg-southwest (1930-12), 7.47 mi Cloverdale-southwest (1932-07) - completing the route to Blacksburg and then adding about 2 mi beyond (per 1936 map), 0.67 mi Bonsack-north (1932-07)
  • SR 210: 14.00 mi Willis-north (1928-08), 1.37 mi Willis-north (1928-08 2½%), 12.50 mi Radford-south to county line (1928-08), 5.00 mi Shelors Mill-south (1930-12), 2.00 mi Meadows of Dan-north (1930-12), temporary route signed from Shelors Mill to Meadows of Dan (1931-08 p. 8), 1.60 mi "Connecting Routes 210 and 211 with Route 10" (1931-07 2½%) - what was this? was it also part of SR 211 (which was 6.20 mi per 1936 county map)?, location defined as south from Willis (1932-07 p. 6), 3.65 mi Willis-south (1932-07)
  • SR 211: 2.43 mi Riner-northwest (1928-08), 2.00 mi Riner-northwest (1928-08 2½%), 1.00 mi Riner-Radford? (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 212: 5.46 mi Hillsville-north (1928-08), 4.45 mi Pulaski-Draper (1928-08 as 6.00 mi, excess mileage - 1.55 mi per 1936 county map - moved to "lower end of that route" 1931-02 p. 8), 6.40 mi Draper-south (1928-08), 2.00 mi Draper-south (1928-08 2½%), 1.55 mi Hillsville-north (1928-12 2½%), 3.00 mi Hillsville-north (1929-09 2½%), 2.90 mi Draper-south (1930-12), 1.55 mi Draper-south to county line (excess mileage from Pulaski-Draper 1931-02 p. 8), temporary location signed via Big Reed Island Creek (1931-01 p. 8), 0.79 mi Hillsville-Draper (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 213: Dublin-Pearisburg (SR 109), 3.30 mi McAdam-Dublin (1930-12)
  • SR 214: 2.00 mi Johns Creek-west (1928-08), 4.00 mi Johns Creek-west (1928-08 2½%), 1.10 mi Johns Creek-Craig Healing Springs (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 215: 4.41 mi Eagle Rock-west (1928-08), 14.00 Bedford-northwest to county line (1930-12), 10.20 mi Eagle Rock-southeast (1930-12), 10.21 mi Bedford-southeast (1932-07), 10.20 mi Eagle Rock-southeast (1932-07 - should have been 10.21 mi per first half list), 4.30 mi Eagle Rock-Bedford (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 216: Rich Creek-WV (SR 231)
  • SR 217: Catawba-Catawba Sanatorium (SR 221)
  • SR 206 (1930): 5.50 mi Roanoke-southeast (1930-12), 0.58 mi Roanoke-southeast to county line (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 219 (1930): 1.46 mi Ferrum-north (1930-03 p. 251 leftover Vaughan Act), 2.98 mi Ferrum-north (1931-03 p. 15 excess from SR 222)
  • SR 220 (1930): 5.00 mi SR 200-NC (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 218 (1930): 1.20 mi SR 23-SR 10 (1930-12)
  • SR 221 (1930): 1.50 mi SR 208-SR 33 (1930-12)
  • SR 222 (1930): 2.00 mi Floyd-east (1930-12), 3.00 mi Endicott-west to county line (1930-12 as 5.98 mi, 2.98 mi excess transferred to SR 219 1931-03 p. 15), 3.35 mi Floyd-east (1932-07)
  • SR 224 (1931): 4.12 mi SR 23-north (1931-07 2½%), 2.88 mi SR 23-north (1932-07)
  • SR 226 (1932): 5.13 mi Roanoke-Hollins (1932-07) - confirmed on topo
  • SR 228 (1932): 6.20 mi Pulaski-northwest (1932-07)
  • ? (1932): 2.35 mi Axton-south (1932-07, SR 107 in 1933)
  • ? (1932): 5.66 mi SR 12-north (1932-07, SR 105 in 1933)
  • SR 300: 1.60 mi Schoolfield-SR 12 (1928-08)
  • SR 301: Danville-NC (SR 144), 3.00 mi Danville-northwest (1930-12), 4.35 mi Danville-northwest (1931-07 2½%), 13.35 mi Danville-northwest (1932-07), 3.00? mi Danville-northwest (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 303: 4.92 mi Volens-west (1928-08), 0.98 mi Volens-Cody (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 304: 4.8 mi Charlotte-Drakes Branch (SR 104), 8.20 mi Charlotte-SR 32 (1928-08 extension of SR 104), 10.27 mi Charlotte-north (1928-08), 0.76 mi Charlotte-north (1930-07 2½%), 2.00 mi Pamplin-south (1930-07 2½%), 2.00 mi Charlotte-north (1930-12 as 2.50 mi, 0.50 mi excess transferred to SR 306 1931-02 p. 8), 1.10 mi Pamplin-south to county line (1930-12 - I think 0.5 mi of this was transferred to SR 318 in 1931-01 p. 9) - there doesn't seem to be enough mileage here
  • SR 305: 13.26 mi Kingsville-west (1928-08), 1.35 mi Kingsville-Prospect (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 306: Appomattox-Buckingham (SR 104), 4.0 mi Appomattox-south (SR 104), 0.87 mi Appomattox-south (1930-12), 2.47 mi Buckingham-northwest (1930-12), 6.73 mi Phenix-north (1930-12), 0.50 mi Phenix-north (1931-02 p. 8 excess from SR 304), 1.16 mi Appomattox-south (1931-07 2½%), 6.37 mi Appomattox-south (1932-07), 1.13 mi Buckingham-northwest (1932-07), 4.57 mi Phenix-Appomattox (1932-07), 4.67 mi Phenix-south (1932-07)
  • SR 307: 6.81 mi Appomattox-north (1928-08), 2.00 mi Appomattox-north (1929-09 2½%), 5.50 mi Appomattox-Bent Creek (1930-12)
  • SR 308: 0.30 mi cutoff north of Appomattox (1928-08)
  • SR 309: 0.33 mi Smith's Corner-Appomattox Station (1928-08)
  • SR 310: Farmville-Cumberland (SR 133)
  • SR 311: 1.00 mi Madison Heights-State Epileptic Colony (1928-08 2½%), 0.40 "east to intersect Route 18" - actually northwest to new alignment (1930-12)
  • SR 312: 2.00 mi Amherst-north (1928-08), 2.74 mi Amherst-north (1929-09 2½%), 5.36 mi Amherst-north (1930-12), 2.15 mi Amherst-north (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 313: 1.75 mi SR 18-west (SR 182), 7.40 mi SR 13-northeast (1928-08), 1.00 mi SR 18-west to county line (1928-08 extension of SR 182), 1.10 mi extension "to connect with Route 13" (1930-12) - this seems to be filling the gap at Lowesville, 7.69 mi Nellysford-Claypool (1932-07)
    • SR 315: 2.0 mi spur to Nellysford (SR 181), 2.00 mi Nellysford-south (1928-08 extension of SR 181), former SR 18 Shady Lane-Claypool (1930-03 law ch. 448) - this may have been only SR 313, 4.51 mi Nellysford-south (1930-12)
  • SR 314: 8.72 mi Shipman-southeast (1928-08), 10.87 mi Buckingham-northwest (1932-07), 1.48 mi Shipman-Buckingham (1932-08 2½%) - what about Lovingston-Shipman (old SR 18)? the 1926-03 law authorizing the relocation of SR 18 says "noting[sic] in this act shall be construed as an abandonment of the present macadam road, as a public road between the above points" but doesn't explicitly keep it as a state highway (like the 1930-03 law keeps Shady Lane-Claypool)
  • SR 316: 14.75 mi Dillwyn-north (1928-08), 8.65 mi Dillwyn-Scottsville (1930-12)
  • SR 317 (1930): 3.89 mi SR 18-northwest (1930-12), 8.75 mi SR 18-northwest (1932-07)
  • SR 318 (1930): 5.53 mi Green Bay-north (1930-12), 0.50 mi Green Bay-north (excess mileage for Prince Edward County, from SR 304? 1931-01 p. 9), 5.97 mi Green Bay-SR 10 (1932-07)
  • SR 319 (1930): 7.00 Fairview Heights-west (1930-12), 0.95 mi extension to SR 10 (1932-07)
  • SR 320 (1930): 3.37 mi Altavista-northwest (1930-12), 6.13 mi Altavista-northwest to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 321 (1930): history (1930-02 p. 222), 2.00 mi Motleys Corner-South Boston (1930-12)
  • SR 322 (1931): 1.00 mi South Boston-airport (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 323 (1932): 1.55 mi Gladys-south (1932-07), 4.25 mi Gladys-south (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 324 (1932): 0.66 mi SR 305-south (1932-07)
  • SR 325 (1932): 2.00 mi Evington-west to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 326 (1932): 0.60? mi Evergreen Station-SR 10 (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 327 (1932): 0.20 mi "Street in Town of Appomattox" (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 400: Clarksville-Boydton (SR 201)
  • SR 401: 8.80 mi Kenbridge-southeast to county line (1928-08), 19.50 mi Lawrenceville-NC (1928-08), 1.25 mi Lawrenceville-northwest (1928-08), 2.00 mi Lawrenceville-northwest (1929-09 2½%), 3.80 mi Lawrenceville-northwest (1930-07 2½%), 10.00 mi Lawrenceville-Kenbridge (1930-12)
  • SR 402: Edgerton-Nottoway River (SR 122)
  • SR 403: 7.21 mi Victoria-south (1928-08), 1.63 mi Victoria-south (1932-07)
  • SR 404: 2.05 mi Crewe-south (1928-08), 4.40 mi Victoria-northeast to county line (1930-12), 2.20 mi Crewe-SR 20 (1930-12), 3.57 mi Crewe-south (1930-12), 4.08 mi Crewe-Victoria (1932-07)
  • SR 405: 6.70 mi Wellville-north to county line (1928-08)
  • SR 406: Tobaccoville-Amelia (SR 132), 10.82 mi Amelia-southeast (1928-08), 7.00 mi Sutherland-northwest to county line (1928-08), 2.00 mi Amelia-southeast (1929-09 2½%), 5.91 mi Amelia-southeast (1930-12), 0.84 mi Amelia-southeast (1931-07 2½%), 4.39 mi Amelia-Sutherland (1932-07)
  • SR 407: Dutch Gap-Hopewell (SR 316), 7.00 mi Chesterfield-Dutch Gap (1928-08), 3.50 mi Hopewell-east (1928-08), 3.00 mi Hopewell-SR 10 (1928-08 2½%), 6.50 mi Richmond-southwest (1930-12), 3.75 mi Richmond-Chesterfield (1932-07)
  • SR 408: Petersburg-Hopewell (SR 1011)
  • SR 409: 6.70 mi Campbells Bridge-northwest (1928-08), 3.02 mi Campbells Bridge-northwest (1930-07 2½%), 4.25 mi SR 20-south (1932-07), 4.50 mi Campbells Bridge-northwest (1932-07)
    • SR 411: 4.00 mi SR 20-south (1928-08)
  • SR 410: spur to Chesterfield (SR 313)
  • SR 412: 3.00 mi Chula Junction-northeast (1928-08), 3.00 mi Chula Junction-northeast (1928-08 2½%), 1.20 mi Chula Junction-northeast to county line (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 413: Charles City-Providence Forge (SR 41), 3.00 mi Providence Forge-north (1930-12) - does this include the portion south of SR 39, for which I can't find the confirmation pre-1928?, 4.00 mi Providence Forge-north (1932-07), 0.50 mi Providence Forge-SR 415 (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 414: 31.30 mi Mechanicsville-Fort Johnson (1928-08)
  • SR 415: Bottoms Bridge-New Kent (SR 393), 8.0 mi New Kent-east (SR 393), 0.5 mi 14th Street West Point (SR 393), 3.00 mi New Kent-Pamunky River (1928-08 extension of SR 393)
  • SR 416: 1.42 mi LaCrosse-south (1928-08), 2.00 mi LaCrosse-south (1930-07 2½%), 2.72 mi LaCrosse-south (1930-12)
  • SR 418: 8.15 mi SR 19-SR 13 (1928-08), 0.6? mi old SR 19-Rio Vista (1931-12 2½%), 1.8? mi "Patterson Avenue from Route 19 toward city limits" (1931-12 2½%, called SR 439) - this is unnecessary given the next addition and the SR 435 addition here has the same issue, 2.50 mi Three Chopt Road-Richmond (1932-07, no number given), 1.483 mi "to connect up with a state highway in the City of Richmond" (1932-12 p. 14) - I think this is city street mileage, changed from Patterson Avenue to Kensington Avenue (1933-03 p. 18) - does this mean the current SR 6? or another alignment that was not used?
  • SR 419: 10.17 mi Maidens-southeast (1928-08 extension of SR 191), 1.50 mi Maidens-southeast (1929-09 2½%), 4.00 mi Maidens-southeast to county line (1930-07 2½%), 4.00 mi Maidens-SR 418 (1930-12)
    • SR 417: 4.0 mi Maidens-south (SR 191), 0.80 mi bridge at Maidens-SR 19 - where was this? (1930-12)
  • SR 420: 6.27 mi Montpelier-southeast (1928-08), 4.00 mi Montpelier-southeast (1928-08 2½%), 6.65 mi Flagman's Store-northwest (1928-08), 0.66 mi Montpelier-southeast (1928-12 2½%), 1.30 mi Montpelier-southeast to county line (1929-09 2½%), 2.40 mi Flagman's Store-Montpelier (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 421: 0.2 mi spur to Hanover (SR 3111), 10.23 mi Richmond-north (1930-12), realignment authorized (1932-03 law ch. 210), 4.42 mi Richmond-north (1932-07), 0.25 mi Richmond-Hanover (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 422 (1930): 1.00 mi Morven-east (1930-12), 2.52 mi Morven-east (1932-07)
  • SR 423 (1930): 0.37 mi Danieltown-north (1930-12), 2.37 mi Blackstone-south (1931-07 2½%), 6.43 mi Danieltown-north to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 424 (1930): 1.50 mi SR 39-Roxbury Station (1930-12)
  • SR 425 (1930): 2.00 mi Centralia-Chester (1930-12)
  • SR 426 (1930): 7.00 mi Dinwiddie-east (1930-12), 1.80 mi Dinwiddie-east (1931-07 2½%), 6.10 mi Dinwiddie-east to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 427 (1930): 2.20 mi Oilville-south (1930-12), 3.00 mi Oilville-Crozier (1932-07)
  • SR 428 (1930): 2.00 mi Teman-west (1930-12), 3.30 mi Teman-west to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 429 (1930): 5.60 mi Richmond-Fair Oaks (1930-12)
  • SR 430 (1930): 1.50 mi Richmond-SR 41 (1930-12)
  • SR 431 (1930): 1.50 mi Short Pump-northwest (1930-12), 2.30 mi Short Pump-northwest (1932-07, description changed 1932-09 01 p. 5), 1.82 mi Goochland-Hanover County line-northwest (1932-07), 0.40 gap in Goochland County (1932-08 2½%), 1.35? mi Short Pump-Rockville (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 432 (1930): 1.20 mi Richmond-north (1930-12), 2.00 mi Richmond-north (1932-07), 0.85? mi Richmond-Greendale (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 433 (1930): 3.60 mi Kenbridge-south (1930-12), 6.38 mi Kenbridge-south to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 434 (1930): 9.74 mi South Hill-west (1930-12), 12.16 mi South Hill-Chase City (1932-07)
  • SR 435 (1930): 1.00 mi SR 407-Hopewell Airport (1930-12), 1.5 mi extension to SR 41 (1931-12 2½%) - but this was also added later!, 1.00 mi SR 41-south (1932-07), 0.30 mi Hopewell Airport-north (1932-07), 0.71 mi SR 41-Hopewell Ferry (1932-08 2½%) - way too much mileage! (note that the rest in Prince George County was added in 1933)
  • SR 436 (1930): 1.05 mi Shannon Hill-southwest (1930-12), 2.40 mi Shannon Hill-southwest (1932-07 - should be 2.35 mi per first half list) - 1935 county map shows that this was not truncated when SR 41/5 was realigned
  • SR 437 (1931): 1.00 mi Alberta-west (1931-07 2½%), 1.26? mi Alberta-SR 401 (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 438 (1931): 0.70 mi SR 12-Lawrenceville Airport (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 439 (1931): 1.13 mi SR 31-east (1931-07 2½%), 1.40 mi SR 31-Petersburg (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 440 (1931): 1.50 mi SR 415-St. Peters Church Yard (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 441?
  • SR 442 (1932): 3.95 mi Brodnax-south (1932-07)
  • SR 443? (1932): 5.70 mi SR 19-northeast (1932-07, description changed 1932-09 01 p. 5) - SR 157 (1933)
  • SR 444? (1932): 1.70 mi Nottoway-northeast (1932-07) - SR 143 (1933)
  • SR 445? (1932): 5.18 mi SR 10-southwest (1932-07) - SR 154 (1933)
  • ? (1932): 0.45 mi "Route 41 near Short Pump-Route 19" (1932-08 2½%) - no idea where this was; it doesn't seem to be necessary for SR 443
  • SR 500: Virginia Beach-Fort Story-west (SR 101) - part of this became SR 12, 5.50 mi Fort Story-Ocean View (1928-08 2½%)
  • SR 502: Thomas Corner-Princess Anne (SR 1012), 13.70 mi Oak Grove-Princess Anne (1928-08), 4.40 mi Thomas Corner-north (1928-08) - part of this became SR 12
  • SR 503: 5.20 mi Portsmouth-west to county line (1928-08), 1.00 mi Portsmouth-west (1929-09 2½%), 0.22 mi Portsmouth-west (1930-07 p. 16 2½% "loaned" from Fredericksburg District, loan repaid? or was this a second loan of the same distance? by transfer from excess on SR 605, 1930-12 03 p. 8) - which county is this in?, 3.30 mi Portsmouth-west (1930-12)
  • SR 504: 10.40 mi Deep Creek-east to county line (1928-08), 4.81 mi Deep Creek-Kempsville (1930-12)
  • SR 505: Suffolk-NC (SR 103)
  • SR 506: 9.45 mi Suffolk-southwest (1928-08 extension of SR 103, but that's nonsense)
  • SR 507: Smithfield-NC except gap (SR 108), 4.00 mi Franklin-Isle of Wight gap (1930-12), 1.84 mi Smithfield-east (1930-12), 1.97 mi Smithfield-Rescue (1932-07)
  • SR 508: 17.00 mi Courtland-Ivor (1928-08), 3.25 mi Ivor-northeast (1930-12), 3.88 mi Smithfield-west (1932-07), 1.65 mi Ivor-northeast (1932-07)
  • SR 509: 11.43 mi Emporia-southeast (1928-08), 2.52 mi Emporia-southeast to county line (1930-12 as 3.85 mi, excess of 1.33 mi transferred to SR 534 1931-07 p. 67), 8.00 mi Boykins-west (1930-12), 5.72 mi Emporia-north (1932-07), 4.10 mi Boykins-Emporia (1932-07)
    • SR 534 (1930): 1.86 mi Emporia-north (1930-12), 1.33 mi Emporia-north (1931-07 p. 67, transferred from excess on SR 509)
  • SR 510: Williamsburg-Jamestown (SR 392), 15.5 mi Wakefield-northeast (SR 392), 0.50 SR 39-Eastern State Hospital (1930-12, transferred to SR 41 1931-01 p. 9, returned 1931-07 2½% as SR 510Y), 1.37 mi Surry-northeast (1930-12), 3.00 mi Surry-Scotland Wharf (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 510Y: 0.50 SR 39-Eastern State Hospital (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 511: 1.50 mi "Corporate Limits of Hampton 1.5 Miles to Newport News (Back River Road)" (1928-08), 0.40 mi "Route 511 to Hampton Roads (Extension of LaSalle Avenue)" (1930-12)
  • SR 512: Phoebus-Buckroe Beach (SR 394)
  • SR 513: 4.10 mi Hampton-northeast (1928-08), 2.60 mi Hampton-Grand View (1930-12), 1.30 mi "ECL Hampton at foot of Mallory Avenue across East Hampton Bridge towards Buckroe" (1932-07)
  • SR 514: Lee Hall-Yorktown (SR 391), 20.05 mi Yorktown-southeast (SR 391), 2.40 mi Yorktown-Hampton (1928-08 extension of SR 391), more direct route southeast of Tabb (1929-05 p. 4) - or was it already planned on a cutoff that would have taken it to Big Bethel?
  • SR 515: 5.80 mi Morrison-Tabb (1928-08), 0.98 mi SR 516-west (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 516: 2.98 mi SR 391-east (1928-08), 0.50 mi SR 391-east (1930-12), 1.00 mi SR 391-east (1932-07) - also acquired Wythe Creek Road from SR 514 when that was realigned
  • SR 517: 5.30 mi Denbigh-Grafton (1928-08), 0.90 mi Denbigh-west (1928-08), 0.75 mi Denbigh-west to Warwick River (1932-07)
  • SR 518: 1.20 mi Yorktown-Moore House (1928-08)
  • SR 519: through Lebanon Church (SR 397)
  • SR 520: 6.30 mi Oak Hall-east (1928-08 conditioned on bridge option, otherwise Modestown-Gilford), 3.80 mi Oak Hall-Chincoteague (1930-07 2½%), 0.30 mi Oak Hall-west to railroad (1930-12)
  • SR 521: Parksley-Centerville (SR 341)
  • SR 522: Tasley-through Onancock (SR 342), 2.71 mi Belle Haven Station-northwest (1930-12), 1.50 mi Belle Haven Station-northwest (1931-07 2½%), 5.65 mi Belle Haven Station-northwest (1932-07)
  • SR 523: 12.40 mi Harborton-Wachapreague (1928-08), 0.20 mi Harborton-Harborton Wharf (1930-12)
  • SR 524: 0.8 mi Eastville-east (SR 343)
  • SR 525: 8.90 mi Bayview-south (1928-08), 1.00 mi Bayview-south (1930-12), 1.30 mi Bayview-south (1932-07, also listed on 1932-06 p. 7)
  • SR 526 (1929): 1.49 mi Belle Haven Station-south (1929-09 2½% all in Accomack County!, transferred to SR 540 1931-03 p. 15), 1.49 mi Belle Haven-Exmore (1930-12), no idea when it was extended to the north limits of Belle Haven, since 1930-07 p. 17 only lists SR 34 in Belle Haven
  • SR 528 (1929): 2.95 mi SR 514-east (1929-09 2½%), 1.65 mi SR 514-east (1932-07)
  • SR 527 (1930): 0.50 mi Nassawadox-west (1930-12), 1.10 mi Nassawadox-Franktown (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 529 (1930): 5.00 mi Newport News-northwest (1930-07 2½%), 0.50 mi Newport News-northwest (1930-12), 3.50 mi Newport News-northwest (1932-05 p. 10, transferred from SR 530), 3.25 mi Newport News-northwest (1932-07), 1.05 mi Newport News-northwest (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 530 (1930): 7.00 mi "Roads leading to and through Yorktown Park Reservation" (1930-12), 6.50 mi "Leading to Yorktown Colonial Park" including Y connection (1931-07 2½%), cancelled for redistribution (1932-02 law), partly redistributed to SR 542 and SR 529 (1932-05 p. 10)
  • SR 531 (1930): 5.70 mi Modestown-Guilford (1930-12)
  • SR 532 (1930): 0.20 mi Hampton-southwest (1930-12), 2.70 mi Hampton-Newport News (1932-07) - the portion inside Newport News was recognized 1934-08
  • SR 533 (1930): 0.80 mi "Route 519 near Frost's Coal Yard towards Sayers' Place" (1930-12)
  • SR 535 (1930): 0.32 mi Holland-southwest (1930-12), 1.69 mi "Holland-Southampton County Line" in Southampton County (1931-07 2½%) - has to be Franklin-southeast to make mileage add up and jibe with 1932 map, 7.88 mi Holland-southwest (1932-07), 2.80 mi Holland-Franklin (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 536 (1930): 2.55 mi SR 502-Pocaty Causeway (1930-12), 0.38 mi Norfolk-Princess Anne County line-south (1930-12, description corrected 1930-12 03 p. 13), 0.25 mi SR 502-Pocaty Causeway (1932-07), 5.20 mi county line-south (1932-07, description corrected 1932-12 p. 12)
  • SR 537 (1930): 1.91 mi Willis Wharf-west (1930-12), 3.14 mi Willis Wharf-west (1932-07)
  • SR 538 (1930): 2.69 mi Sussex-south (1930-12), 2.54 mi Sussex-Yale (1932-07), 0.25 mi Sussex-new SR 48 (1932-07), 0.90 mi Greensville-Sussex County line-SR 24 (1932-07), 3.03 mi SR 24-east (1932-07), 0.57? mi Greenville-Sussex County line-east (1932-08 2½% - was this between or at the end of the 1932-07 segments?)
  • SR 539 (1930): 3.25 SR 12-SR 10 (1930-12)
  • SR 540 (1931): 1.49 mi Onancock-Onley (1931-03 p. 15 transferred from SR 526), 3.31? mi Onley-Locustville (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 541 (1931): 1.40 mi Chuckatuck-northeast (1931-07 2½%), 2.10 mi Chuckatuck-northeast (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 501 (1932?)
    • SR 500 (part): Smithers Corner-Virginia Beach (SR 1013?)
  • SR 542 (1932): 3.5 mi Williamsburg-north (1932-05 p. 10, transferred from SR 530), 1.35 mi Williamsburg-north (1932-07)
  • SR 530 (1932): 3.70 mi Painter-Quinby (1932-07)
  • SR 534? (1932): 2.30 mi SR 39-east (1932-07) - SR 188 (1933)
  • SR 543? (1932): 12.25 mi SR 40-SR 27 (1932-07 - why is this split into two entries?) - SR 193 (1933)
  • SR 544? (1932): 2.90 mi SR 35-Newsoms (1932-07) - SR 194 (1933)
  • SR 545? (1932): 2.60 mi Branchville-NC (1932-07) - SR 195 (1933)
  • SR 546 (1932): 6.05 mi Wakefield-east (1932-07)
  • SR 547 (1932): 2.00 mi "Wakefield-South from end of concrete" (1932-07) - began at the town limits, not the 620-628 split
  • SR 548? (1932): 3.00 mi Accomac-north (1932-08 2½%) - SR 177 (1933)
  • SR 600: Gloucester-Mathews (SR 291), 1.00 mi Mathews-east (1930-12)
  • SR 601: 3.01 mi this was changed somehow to Mathews-Gloucester County line-west (1928-08 as James Store-northwest but when was it changed?), 1.40 mi Cobbs Creek-west (1928-08), 0.54 mi Cobbs Creek-west to county line (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 602: 5.30 mi Glenns-Adner (1928-08)
  • SR 603: 2.00 mi Hartfield-east (1928-08), 0.6 mi Hartfield-east (1930-02 p. 228 2½% 1929 mileage), 3.80 mi Hartfield-east (1930-12)
  • SR 604: 9.61 mi Millers Tavern-east (1928-08), 1.50 mi Millers Tavern-Center Cross (1930-07 2½%), 2.30 mi Center Cross-Bowlers Wharf (1930-12)
  • SR 605: 2.70 mi Kilmarnock-north (1928-08), 2.00 mi Kilmarnock-south (1928-08), 8.00 mi SR 371-south (1928-08), 1.50 mi Kilmarnock-south (1929-09 2½%), 0.50 mi Kilmarnock-White Stone? not quite enough? (1930-07 2½% as 1.50 mi, 1.00 mi transferred 1930-12 03 p. 8), 3.80 mi SR 371-Kilmarnock (1930-12)
  • SR 606: 3.30 mi Lively-southwest (1928-08), 0.20 mi Lively-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 607: Templeman-Reedville (SR 371)
  • SR 609: 8.00 mi SR 13-north (1928-08), how much? SR 13-north (1930-07 p. 16 2½% other mileage in the district "loaned" to SR 503), 1.00 mi SR 13-north (1930-12), 1.54 mi SR 13-north (1931-07 2½%), 0.40 mi SR 13-north (1932-07)
  • SR 610: Wakefield Corner-Wakefield (SR 372)
  • SR 611: 4.05 mi Oak Grove-north (SR 377), 8.00 mi King George-east to county line (1928-08), 5.00 mi Oak Grove-north (1928-08 extension of SR 377), 0.78 mi King George-Westmoreland County line-east (transferred from excess on SR 605, 1930-12 03 p. 8), 2.90 mi Oak Grove-King George (1930-12)
  • SR 612: Arnolds Corner-Dahlgren (SR 375), realigned Owens-Dahlgren when?
  • SR 613: 10.00 mi Mt. Carmel Church-Milford (1928-08), 2.00 mi Milford-Bowling Green (1930-12)
  • SR 614: 0.20 mi Ladysmith-west (1928-08), 2.72 mi Ladysmith-west (1928-08 2½%), 1.80 mi Ladysmith-Chilesburg (1930-12)
  • SR 615: 9.50 mi Welch-east (1928-08), 2.00 mi Welch-SR 50 (1930-12)
  • SR 616: 5.75 mi Snell-west (1928-08), 4.19 mi Snell-west (1930-12), 1.10 mi Snell-west (1931-01 p. 9 transferred from SR 49), 7.69 mi Snell-west (1932-07)
  • SR 617: 5.38 mi Wilderness Corner-southeast (1928-08), 4.26 mi Wilderness Corner-southeast (1928-08 2½%), 2.40 mi Wilderness Corner-Spotsylvania (1930-12)
  • SR 618: 3.50 mi Stafford-southeast (1928-08)
  • SR 619: 6.70 mi Midway Garage-west (1928-08), 1.00 mi Midway Garage-west (1930-12), 1.95 mi Midway Garage-west (1932-07), 0.25 mi Midway Garage-Aquia Church (1932-08 2½%), 1.50 mi Midway Garage-west (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 608 (1930): 2.29 mi Lyells-east (1930-12), 1.90 mi SR 607-Kinsale (1931-07 2½%), 4.70 mi Lyells-east (1932-07), 1.56 mi Lyells-Kinsale (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 620 (1930): 2.50 mi Lerty-Stratford (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 621 (1930): 2.50 mi Tappahannock-west (1930-12), 4.81 mi Tappahannock-west (1932-07)
  • SR 622 (1930): 4.00 mi Hayes-Achilles (1930-12)
  • SR 623 (1930): 0.15 mi Ark-southwest (1930-12), 4.16 mi Ark-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 624 (1930): 4.00 mi Berthaville-west (1930-12), 4.10 mi Fredericksburg-east (1930-12), 3.00 mi Berthaville-west (1931-07 2½%), 4.00 mi Berthaville-west (1932-07), 3.15 mi Fredericksburg-east (1932-07), 0.35? mi Berthaville-west (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 625 (1930): 1.00 mi SR 30-west (1930-12), 0.20 mi SR 30-Port Richmond Airport (1932-07)
  • SR 626 (1930): 0.98 mi King William-south (1930-12), 4.70 mi King William-south (1932-07)
  • SR 627 (1930): 3.80 mi Christ Church-Weems (1930-12)
  • SR 628 (1930): 0.20 mi Lancaster-north (1930-12), 0.20 mi Heathsville-south (1930-12), 3.80 mi Lancaster-north (1932-07), 4.00 mi Heathsville-south (1932-07), 2.80? mi Lancaster-Heathsville (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 629 (1930): 2.00 mi Hudgins-northeast (1930-12)
  • SR 630 (1930): 1.00 mi Foster-south (1930-12), 4.00 mi Foster-south (1932-07)
  • SR 631 (1930): 0.20 mi SR 38-northeast (1930-12), 4.00 mi SR 38-northeast (1932-07)
  • SR 632 (1930): 2.50 mi SR 37-south (1930-12), 3.60 mi SR 37-south (1932-07)
  • SR 633? (1932): 1.00 mi SR 38-Port Royal (1932-08 2½%) - SR 229 (1933)
  • SR 700: 5.90 mi North Garden-Batesville (1928-08)
  • SR 701: 1.72 mi Cismont-northeast (1928-08), 7.91 mi Cismont-northeast (1930-12), 0.07 mi Cismont-Gordonsville (1932-07)
    • SR 703: 9.15 mi O'Neals Corner-south to county line (1928-08)
  • SR 702: 20.0 mi Orange-east (SR 374), 1.00 mi Orange-east (1928-08 extension of SR 374), 1.75 mi Orange-east to county line (1928-08 2½% extension of SR 374), 0.25 mi Orange-SR 37 (1928-08 extension of SR 374), 6.62 mi Orange-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 704: 8.00 mi Lydia-southwest to county line (1928-08), 2.93 mi Crozet-northeast (1930-12), 5.00 mi SR 28 ("New Location" which is the same as the old?)-southwest (1930-12), 13.99 mi Crozet-northeast (1932-07), 1.84? mi Lydia-southwest (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 705: 0.70 mi spur to Criglersville (1928-08), 1.00 mi Criglersville-northwest (1929-09 2½%), 2.00 mi Criglersville-Syria (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 706: 1.00 mi SR 16-southeast (1928-08), 2.50 mi SR 16-southeast (1929-09 2½%), 1.74 mi SR 16-southeast to county line (1930-12), 2.10 mi SR 16-SR 37 (1932-07)
  • SR 707: 9.20 mi Ben Venue-south to county line (1928-08), 2.35 mi Ben Venue-south (1930-12), 5.05 mi Ben Venue-south (1932-07)
  • SR 708: 6.59 mi Morrisville-northeast (1928-08), 2.50 mi Morrisville-northeast (1929-09 2½%), 5.00 mi Morrisville-northeast (1930-12), 4.20 mi Morrisville-northeast to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 709: 12.85 mi Manassas-south (1928-08), 3.00 mi Manassas-south (1928-08 2½%), 2.50 mi Manassas-Dumfries (1929-09 2½%), 6.42 mi Manassas-north (1930-12), 4.72 mi Gilberts Corner-south (1932-07 as 5.08 mi, excess 0.36 mi transferred to SR 721 1932-09 01 p. 9), 6.43 mi Manassas-north (1932-07), 2.06? mi Gilberts Corner-south (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 710: spur to Mount Vernon (SR 314), partly abandoned (1930-03 p. 233)
  • SR 711: 5.70 mi "The Government Reservation near the Memorial Bridge 5.7 Miles to Fairfax County Line in the direction of Falls Church (Lee Boulevard)" (1928-08) - I think this was straight through Arlington Cemetery, with a realignment around the north authorized by law 1933-09, 1.00 mi "Extension of Lee Boulevard 1 mile from Arlington County Line to Route 21 near Falls Church" (1928-08 as 712, but this ended up as 711) - mileage probably adds up if you ignore the county line, 0.70 mi "Intersection of Route 711 to Porter Woods'[apparently near the current east end of SR 237]" (1930-12 as 711) - is this part of the realignment to the north?
  • SR 712: 2.30 mi "From a point on the above line[SR 711] near Fort Meyers[sic] 2.3 Miles in the direction of Falls Church (Straight-to-the-Bridge)" (1928-08 as 711, but 712 in 1928-09 first-half list), 1.60 mi "South of Falls Church to the Fairfax Co. Line" (1930-12 as 711, but I think this might be 712, except that 712 was east of Falls Church)
  • SR 713: 15.33 mi Clarks Gap-Keys Gap (1928-08)
  • SR 714 (1930): 1.00 mi Charlottesville-south (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 715 (1930): 0.52 mi SR 28-SR 39 (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 716 (1930): 3.45 mi Mechums River-SR 39 (1930-12)
  • SR 717 (1930): 1.90 mi SR 31-SR 36 (1930-12)
  • SR 719 (1930): 4.00 mi Stanardsville-Burtonville (1930-12), 4.00 mi Stanardsville-southwest (1932-07 - claims to be an extension of 704)
  • SR 720 (1930): 0.10 mi SR 31-west (1930-12), 4.00 mi SR 31-west to county line (1932-07)
  • SR 721 (1930): 8.90 mi Wheatland-Brunswick (1930-12 as 9.66 mi), 0.76 mi Wheatland-south (excess from 1930-12, transferred here 1931-01 p. 9, transferred again to SR 724 1931-07 p. 62), 4.59 mi Wheatland-Purcellville (1932-07), 0.36 mi Purcellville-south (excess from SR 709, 1932-09 01 p. 9)
    • SR 724 (1931): 0.76 mi Purcellville-south (transferred from SR 721 1931-07 p. 62)
  • SR 722 (1930): 1.00 mi Madison-east (1930-12), 6.00 mi Madison-east (1932-07), 0.30 mi Madison-east (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 723 (1930): 3.36 mi Woodville-west (1930-12), 1.31 mi Woodville-SR 16 (1932-07)
  • SR 725 (1931): 2.00 mi SR 31-Mount Vernon (1931-07 2½%) - was this on Lukens Lane/Old Mill Road?
  • SR 726 (1931): 0.40 mi SR 54-Bluemont (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 727 (1931): 0.50 mi SR 19-west (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 718 (1932): 2.86 mi Marshall-southwest (1932-07), 3.79 mi Flint Hill-northeast (1932-07), 1.00 mi Flint Hill-northeast (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 728? (1932): 1.00 mi Washington-northwest (1932-08 2½%) - SR 248 (1933)
  • SR 800: Covington-Warm Springs (SR 338), Monterey-WV (SR 395), 3.5 mi Vanderpool-southwest (SR 395), 17.06 mi Covington-southwest (1928-08), 24.00 mi Warm Springs-Vanderpool (1928-08), 2.00 mi Covington-southwest (1931-07 2½%), 1.56 mi Covington-southwest (1932-07), 0.74 mi Covington-southwest to county line (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 801: Natural Bridge-Natural Bridge Station (SR 141)
  • SR 802: 2.50 mi spur to Blue Grass (1928-08)
  • SR 804: Warm Springs-Millboro Springs (SR 338), 5.80 mi Warm Springs-west (1928-08), 1.50 mi Warm Springs-west (1929-09 2½%), 1.00 mi Warm Springs-west (1930-07 2½%), 1.30? mi Warm Springs-west (1932-08 2½%)
    • SR 803: 3.72 mi McDowell-north (1928-08), 1.50 mi McDowell-north (1929-09 2½%), 1.50 mi McDowell-north (1930-07 2½%), 5.65 mi Windy Cove-northeast (1930-12), 3.93 mi McDowell-southwest (1930-12), 1.00 mi Windy Cove-northeast (1931-07 2½%), 1.00 mi McDowell-north (1931-07 2½%, typoed as SR 802), 3.05 mi Windy Cove-northeast (1932-07), 3.93 mi McDowell-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 805: Goshen-Lexington (SR 338), 8.39 mi SR 14-Goshen (1932-07)
  • SR 806: 8.14 mi Lexington-west (1928-08), 1.00 mi Lexington-west (1929-09 2½%), 1.00 mi Longdale Furnace-east (1930-07 2½%), 8.41 mi Longdale Furnace-Lexington (1930-12)
  • SR 808: 11.30 mi West View-southwest (1928-08), 0.25 mi West View-southwest (1929-09 2½%), 1.82 mi West View-southwest (1930-07 2½%), 3.00 mi SR 39-SR 810 (1930-07 2½%)
    • SR 807: 10.20 mi Cedar Grove-northeast to county line (1928-08)
  • SR 809: 4.0 mi Greenville-west (SR 251) - originally part of SR 808, 9.0 mi Greenville-east (SR 251), 17.70 mi Greenville-east (1928-08 extension of SR 251), 3.50 mi Greenville-east to county line (1928-08 2½%), 9.90 mi Montevideo-south to county line (1928-08)
  • SR 810: Christians-Staunton (SR 171)
  • SR 811: Millwood-Briggs (SR 251)
  • SR 812: 8.47 mi Burketown-west (1928-08), 1.00 mi Burketown-Mossy Creek (1931-07 2½%) - this is too much mileage
  • SR 813: 5.73 mi Dayton-west (1928-08), 1.00 mi Dayton-west (1929-09 2½%), 2.25 mi Dayton-west (1930-12), 2.00 mi Dayton-west (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 814: 10.5 mi Harrisonburg-west (SR 333), 11.90 mi Harrisonburg-WV (1928-08 extension of SR 333)
  • SR 815: Elkton-Luray (SR 251), 10.8 mi Luray-northeast (SR 251), 7.40 mi Luray-northeast (1928-08 extension of SR 251), 2.00 mi Front Royal-southwest (1929-09 2½%), 4.02 mi Front Royal-southwest (1930-12), 2.68 mi Front Royal-Luray (1932-07)
  • SR 816: 5.89 mi Alma-south (1928-08), 0.96 mi SR 815-Grove Hill Bridge (1929-09 2½%)
  • SR 817: 15.5 mi Mauzy-west (SR 332), 3.10 mi Mauzy-west (1928-08 extension of SR 332), 4.00 mi Mauzy-WV (1928-08 2½% extension of SR 332), 3.20 mi Mauzy-Athlone (1932-07)
  • SR 818: 2.00 mi Broadway-north (1928-08), 1.50 mi Forestville-south (1929-09 2½% as 819), 3.40 mi Broadway-north to county line (1930-12), 1.68 mi Harrisonburg-north (1930-12), 0.36 mi Forestville-south to county line (1930-12 as 819), 2.87 mi SR 820-northeast (1930-12), 2.00 mi Forestville-north (1931-07 2½%), 11.12 mi Harrisonburg-Broadway (1932-07), 7.48 mi SR 820-Columbia Furnace (1932-07), 1.02 mi Forestville-north (1932-07)
  • SR 819: 6.44 mi New Market-Forestville-south (1928-08) - this became SR 818 south of Forestville
  • SR 820: 10.2 mi Mount Jackson-west (SR 336), 1.30 mi Mount Jackson-west (1928-08 extension of SR 336), 1.50 mi Mount Jackson-Orkney Springs (1930-07 2½%)
  • SR 821: 3.70 mi Luray-South Fork Shenandoah River (1928-08), 1.00 mi Luray-northwest (1931-07 2½%)
  • SR 822: 4.0 mi Winchester-northwest (SR 339), 12.70 mi Winchester-northwest (1928-08 extension of SR 339), 1.20 mi Winchester-northwest (1929-09 2½%), 2.00 mi Winchester-northwest (1930-07 2½%), 2.70 mi Winchester-WV (1930-12)
  • SR 823: 2.90 mi Berryville-WV (1928-08)
  • SR 824: Woodstock-WV (SR 331), 6.26 mi Woodstock-southeast (1930-12)
  • SR 825: White Post-south (SR 251), 0.87 mi White Post-south (1929-09 2½%), 1.34 mi White Post-south (1932-07 - only in Warren County), 2.50 mi White Post-south (1932-08 2½% - 0.50 mi in Clarke County - also note p. 8 changing the Warren County description to "From the end of the mileage near Stone Bridge towards Route 55")
  • SR 826: in Berryville (SR 376)
  • SR 827: 2.70 mi SR 822-north (1928-12 2½%, confirmed 1929-09 p. 173), 2.00 mi SR 822-north (1930-07 2½%), 4.00 mi SR 822-north (1932-07)
  • SR 807 (1930): 2.70 mi SR 17-Keezletown (1930-12)
  • SR 828 (1930): 5.48 mi Clearwater Park-northeast (1930-12), 4.50 mi SR 804-southwest (1930-12), 14.07 mi Clearwater Park-SR 804 (1932-07)
  • SR 829 (1930): 2.85 mi Churchville-southwest (1930-12), 2.37 mi Churchville-southwest (1932-07), 2.00? mi Churchville-Deerfield (1932-08 2½% - typoed as 827?) - too little mileage; total is 7.61 on 1936 county map
  • SR 830 (1930): 3.00 mi Moscow-southeast (1930-12), 1.60 mi Moscow-southeast (1932-07)
  • SR 831 (1930): 7.50 mi Staunton-east (1930-12), 7.30 mi Staunton-Waynesboro (1932-07)
  • SR 832 (1930): 2.23 mi Ladd-northwest (1930-12), 2.17 mi Ladd-Fishersville (1932-07)
  • SR 833 (1930): 7.20 mi Stephenson-east (1930-12), 0.40 mi Stephenson-east (1932-07)
  • SR 834 (1930): 2.20 mi SR 36-southwest (1930-12), 1.00 mi SR 36-southwest (1931-07 2½%), 2.30 mi SR 36-WV (1932-07) - this is too much mileage
  • SR 835 (1930): 3.93 mi Monterey-west (1930-12), 3.93 mi Monterey-west (1932-07)
  • SR 836 (1930): 3.00 mi Stanley-east (1930-12 extension of SR 815 - which is nonsense), 3.00 mi Luray-southeast (1930-12), 3.00 mi Stanley-east (1932-07), 2.70 mi Stanley-Luray (1932-08 2½%)
  • SR 838 (1930): 6.28 mi Bridgewater-east (1930-12)
  • SR 839 (1931): 2.00 mi SR 36-north (1931-07 2½%), 3.60 mi SR 54-north (1932-07)
  • SR 840? (1932): 2.30 mi Stover-northwest (1932-07) - SR 278 (1933)
  • SR 841 (1932): 1.49 mi Fairview-east (1932-07)
  • SR 842 (1932): 1.50 mi SR 815-northwest (1932-07)
  • SR 843 (1932): 3.08 mi Effinger-southwest (1932-07)
  • SR 844 (1932): 2.00 mi SR 817-northwest (1932-07)
  • SR 845 (1932): 1.00 mi Basye-north (1932-07)