West Virginia Route 46
|Maintained by WVDOH|
|Length||32.0 mi (51.5 km)|
|Length||11.9 mi (19.2 km)|
|West end||WV 42 in Elk Garden|
|East end||MD 135 near Beryl|
|Length||20.9 mi (33.6 km)|
|West end||MD 36 / MD 135 in Piedmont|
|US 220 in Keyser|
|East end||WV 28 in Fort Ashby|
West Virginia Route 46 is an east–west state highway split into two segments in Mineral County, West Virginia, United States. The western terminus of the western segment is at West Virginia Route 42 in Elk Garden. The eastern terminus is at the Maryland state line north of Beryl, where WV 46 crosses the Potomac River and intersects Maryland Route 135 on the north bank.
The western terminus of the eastern segment is at the Maryland state line in Piedmont, where WV 46 continues into Maryland as Maryland Route 36. The eastern terminus is at West Virginia Route 28 in Fort Ashby.
The two segments are connected by a two-mile (3 km) portion of MD 135 and MD 36 in Maryland's Allegany County.
This section contains a table that is missing mileposts for one or more junctions.
|Mineral||||0.0||0.0||WV 42 – Mount Storm, Kitzmiller, MD|
|North Branch Potomac River||Beryl Bridge|
|11.9||19.2||MD 135||Maryland state line|
|Gap in route|
|North Branch Potomac River||0.0||0.0||MD 36 north / MD 135||Maryland state line|
|Mineral||Keyser||5.2||8.4||US 220 (Mineral Street) to US 50 – Cumberland, MD, Moorefield||interchange westbound; intersection eastbound|
|Fort Ashby||20.9||33.6||WV 28 / CR 15 (Dans Run Road) – Cumberland, MD, Romney|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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