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Interstate 77

Interstate 77 West Virginia Guides

Scenes Pertaining to Interstate 77
Greasy Ridge Road (Mercer County 219) northbound at U.S. 460 adjacent to the West Virginia Welcome Center and Interstate 77 Exit 10. The Welcome Center is situated on Greasy Ridge Road just south of U.S. 460 off the freeway itself. Photo taken 10/05/01.
Closer look at the Interstate 77 West Virginia shield assembly at the intersection of Greasy Ridge Road and U.S. 460. The city of Princeton lies just west of here. Photo taken 10/05/01.
Interstate 77 West Virginia shields posted along U.S. 460 (Veterans Memorial Highway) as the four-lane highway leaves the intersection of West Virginia 104 (Ambrose Lane) and West Virginia State Secondary 27/3. Photo taken 06/17/05.
A diamond interchange (Exit 9) facilitates the movements between U.S. 460 and Interstate 77 in east Princeton. Exit 9 represents the south end of the tolled West Virginia Turnpike. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Interstate 77 overhead for the southbound on-ramp from U.S. 460. Interstate 77 continues four miles to Ingleside and nine to junction U.S. 52 east of Bluefield. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Cabin Creek Road (Kanawha County 79) southbound at the Exit 79 access road at Dry Branch. A pair of Interstate 64 & 77 West Virginia trailblazers direct motorists onto the West Virginia Turnpike via County 79 eastbound. Photo taken 10/05/01.
West Virginia 16 leads southward from Beckley and Mabscott to the trumpet interchange connection with the West Virginia Turnpike. The four-lane divided highway acts as a pseudo expressway here with an interchange at City Avenue and grade separation with Fitzpatrick and Old Soak Roads (the overpass pictured in the background). Photo taken 06/17/05.

All traffic to Interstates 64 & 77 departs West Virginia 16 in unison at the trumpet interchange. West Virginia 16 continues southward four miles to Sophia as a four-lane divided highway. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Drivers bound for Interstates 64 west & 77 north to Charleston and Interstate 77 south to Bluefield depart West Virginia 16 southbound. The connection from West Virginia 16 to the Interstate 64 & 77 southbound split is toll free. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Now on the ramp to Interstates 64 & 77 (West Virginia Turnpike), a sign bridge partitions motorists into the northbound ramp to Charleston and southbound ramp to Bluefield. Interstate 64 west & 77 north meet the U.S. 19 connector in three miles for interests northeast to Oak Hill, Summersville, and Morgantown. The turnpike otherwise continues another 53 miles to its end at the Kanawha River crossing in southeast Charleston. Photo taken 06/17/05.
Interstates 64 & 77 come into view at the West Virginia 16 ramp partition to the West Virginia Turnpike. Southbound drivers continues two miles to the split of Interstate 64 east from the Turnpike southbound. Interstate 64 meanders eastward from Beckley to Green Sulphur Springs, Lewisburg, and White Sulphur Springs before crossing into Virginia. Interstate 77 remains along the turnpike through to Princeton. Photo taken 06/17/05.

Photo Credits:
2001-10-05, 2005-06-17 by AARoads

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Page Updated 03-15-2013.

 
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