West Virginia Route 34
|Maintained by WVDOH|
|Length||51.0 mi (82.1 km)|
|South end||WV 3 near Hamlin|
|WV 817 near Winfield|
|North end||I‑77 in Kenna|
|Counties||Lincoln, Putnam, Kanawha, Jackson|
West Virginia Route 34 is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at West Virginia Route 3 three miles (5 km) east of Hamlin. The northern terminus is at Interstate 77 exit 124 in Kenna.
The portion of the highway between Scott Depot and Hurricane has seen heavy commercial and residential development since the 1980s. The area, known as Teays Valley, has grown into a major suburb of Charleston, the state's capital.
|Lincoln||||WV 3 – Hamlin|
|Putnam||Hurricane||US 60 east – St. Albans||south end of US 60 overlap|
|US 60 west – Milton||north end of US 60 overlap|
WV 34 Alt. south – Hurricane
|Teays Valley||I‑64 – Huntington, Charleston||I-64 exit 39|
|||US 35 to I‑64 – Point Pleasant, Charleston||interchange|
|||WV 817 north to US 35 north – Point Pleasant||south end of WV 817 overlap|
|Winfield||WV 817 south – Charleston||interchange; north end of WV 817 overlap|
|Winfield Toll Bridge over Kanawha River|
|||WV 62 north – Point Pleasant, Eleanor||interchange; south end of WV 62 overlap|
|Red House||WV 62 south – Charleston, Poca||north end of WV 62 overlap|
|Jackson||||CR 21 south||south end of CR 21 overlap; former US 21 south|
|Kenna||CR 21 north||north end of CR 21 overlap; former US 21 north|
|||I‑77 – Parkersburg, Charleston||I-77 exit 124|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
West Virginia Route 34 Business
WV 34 Bus is a business loop through downtown Hurricane. It follows Main Street from US 60 southwest of Hurricane northeastward to WV 34 just east of downtown Hurricane. Along WV 34 and US 60, it is signed as WV 34 Alternate, but along the route itself, it is signed as WV 34 Business.
- Distance calculated using Microsoft MapPoint mapping software.
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