U.S. 460 meets U.S. 29 (Wards Road) south and U.S. 29 Business north at a full-cloverleaf interchange near Vista Acres in south Lynchburg. U.S. 29 Business follows Wards Road north1.6 miles to its merge with U.S. 501 on the Lynchburg Expressway. Wards Road itself ends at U.S. 460 Business (Fort Avenue). Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 29 north & 460 east
U.S. 29 north & 460 combine and quickly enter the city limits of Lynchburg. Their shared freeway hugs Candlers Mountain and was originally designated Virginia 224. Photo taken 05/30/05.
A loop ramp lies one mile ahead with Candlers Mountain Road. Candlers Mountain Road becomes Virginia Secondary 670 on its exit of Lynchburg to the south and connects with University Boulevard to adjacent Liberty University. Photo taken 05/30/05.
This eastbound mileage sign featured only U.S. 460 control cities as U.S. 29 had yet relocated onto the freeway. Photo taken 05/30/05.
Nearing the Candlers Mountain Road off-ramp from U.S. 29 north & 460 east (Liberty Mountain Drive). SSR 670 circumvents Candlers Mountain eastward to SSR 677 (Sunnymeade Road). Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 501 enters the fold next from a four-lane divided highway connecting U.S. 29 & 460 with the Lynchburg Expressway. The arterial route serves River Ridge Mall and a number of big box hotels and other businesses once it becomes Candlers Mountain Road. Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 501 provides a direct connection to U.S. 29 Business (Lynchburg Expressway) as it joins downtown Lynchburg with Madison Heights. Photo taken 05/30/05.
A tri-level stack interchange facilitates the movements between U.S. 29 & 460 (Liberty Mountain Road) with U.S. 501 north to Candlers Mountain Road and the Lynchburg Expressway. U.S. 501 follows the expressway westward toward Boonsboro. The route travels 110 miles within Virginia between U.S. 60 at Buena Vista and the North Carolina state line near Cluster Springs. Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 460 east
Venturing east from the merge with U.S. 460 Business (Pamplin Road) outside Pampline City on U.S. 460. Prospect lies five miles to the east. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Virginia Secondary 658 (Five Forks Road south / Mountain View Road north) intersects U.S.460 (Prince Edward Highway) at Shields. SSR 658 travelse ast to Five Forks and and Hampden-Sidney. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Virginia 657 (Sulphur Spring Road) follows and spurs east from U.S. 460 (Prince Edward Highway) near Elam. Photo taken 12/21/08.
SSR 627 (Hixburg Road) stems north from U.S. 460 at Elam to Hixburg. Photo taken 12/21/08.
SSR 751 lines Hidden Lake Road north from SSR 657 to end at U.S. 460 west of Prospect. Old U.S. 460 follows Pineview Road east from Hidden Lake Road to the south of Prince Edward Highway. Photo taken 12/21/08.
U.S. 460 widens to accommodate a tree lined median on the approach to Prospect. Pictured here is the SSR 776 (Rhodes Road) northbound beginning. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Virginia Secondary 626 (Peaks Road) enters Prospect from Hurtsville to the north and travels Prospect Road south to Pine Oak Road and Allens Mill. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Glen Carson Road connects U.S. 460 (Prince Edward Highway) with Catalpa Lane west as SSR 763 in Prospect. Photo taken 12/21/08.
SSR 652 loops northeast from SR 626 along Brisentine Trail and Harris Creek Road to end at U.S. 460 east of Prospect. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Prospect Road continues east from SSR 626 (Pin Oak Road) as SSR 608 to U.S. 460. This alignment may represent original U.S. 460. Photo taken 12/21/08.
SSR 608 continues north from U.S. 460 at the next intersection onto First Rock Road. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Eastbound along U.S. 460 (Prince Edward Highway) at the beginning of Virginia Secondary 649 (Oliver Road). Oliver Road meanders southeast to SSR 648. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Virginia Secondary 695 begins and travels former U.S. 460 east along Tuggle Road to Tuggle and West 3rd Street outside Farmville. Photo taken 12/21/08.
U.S. 460 upgrades to a freeway to bypass the Prince Edward County seat of Farmville. The trumpet interchange with U.S. 15 north to Sheppards and Sprouses Corner is the first of two interchanges for the city. Photo taken 12/21/08.
U.S. 15 joins U.S. 460 Business east briefly to the intersection of West 3rd Street and Sheppards Road. U.S. 15 Business begins there and follows U.S. 460 Business east to Farmville. U.S. 15 otherwise continues north into Buckingham County and eventually to Culpeper in northern Virginia. Photo taken 12/21/08.
U.S. 15 south joins U.S. 460 east along the Farmville bypass five miles. Truck interests to Virginia 45 north to Cumberland should remain along the freeway.
Use U.S. 15 Business south & 460 Business east for the Center for Visual Arts. Remain on the freway to U.S. 15 Business (Main Street) north for Longwood University and U.S. 15 (Farmville Road) south to Hampden-Sydney College . Photo taken 12/21/08.
U.S. 460 eastbound merges onto Interstate 85 northbound at the Exit 61 partial-cloverleaf interchange west of Petersburg. Photo taken 06/01/12.
The final mileage sign for Interstate 85, posted seven miles west of downtown Petersburg. Photo taken 06/01/12.
U.S. 1 (Boydton Plank Road) junctions with Interstate 85 at a six-ramp partial-cloverleaf interchange west of Petersburg. The US highway crosses paths with Interstate 85 for the final time at Exit 63 before it turns eastward into downtown Petersburg. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Exit 63A departs Interstate 85 northbound for U.S. 1 south to Virginia 142 (Simpson Road) eastbound. Portions of the Petersburg National Battlefield are accessible via U.S. 1 southbound to Hofheimer Way and Church Road. Included there is Fort Fisher, Fort Conahey, Fort Welsh, and Fort Gregg among other former military installations. The US route otherwise intersects Cox Road (former U.S. 460) 1.5 miles to the west. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 northbound at the Exit 63B loop ramp onto U.S. 1 northbound. Not displayed here is U.S. 460 Business and its overlap with U.S. 1 northbound into Petersburg. The pair enter the independent city of Petersburg 1.75 miles to the northeast along Washington Street. U.S. 460 Business returns to U.S. 460 via Crater Road (U.S. 301) at Interstate 95 Exit 50C/D. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 northbound & U.S. 460 eastbound cutout markers posted on the freeway between junction U.S. 1 (Exit 63) and the Seventh Avenue under crossing west of Petersburg. Cutouts for U.S. 460 can be found on both directions of Interstate 85 within the Petersburg vicinity. The shields are similar to U.S. 89 cutouts found on Interstate 70 in western Utah. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 north & U.S. 460 east enter the city limits of Petersburg one mile ahead of the Squirrel Level Road diamond interchange (Exit 65). Dupuy Road passes under the freeway ahead. Out of view to the south is parallel Virginia 142 along Halifax Street. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Motorists depart Interstate 85 north & U.S. 460 (Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike) for Squirrel Level Road at the Exit 65 diamond interchange. Squirrel Level Road intersects Defense Road south of the interchange and Virginia 142 (Halifax Street) north of Exit 65. Squirrel Level Road becomes Youngs Road north of Halifax Street. Defense Road east to Johnson Road south serves interests to Richard Bland College. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 & U.S. 460 pass over a CSX Railroad line and parallel Lieutenant Run east from Exit 65. Pictured here is the final reassurance marker for Interstate 85, posted along side another cutout of U.S. 460. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 enters its final stretch on the Richmond-Peterburg Turnpike to Interstate 95 and downtown Petersburg. The first in a series of signs for Exits 68 and 69 directs drivers to Petersburg National Battlefield via Exit 69 (Interstate 95 northbound). The park lies within the Petersburg city limits between U.S. 301 (Crater Road) and Fort Lee east of Interstate 95. Photo taken 08/08/04.
1.75 miles west of the trumpet interchange with Interstate 95 on Interstate 85 north & U.S. 460 east. Interstate 95 enters the city of Petersburg 47 miles north of the North Carolina state line near Emporia. The Interstate continues the Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike northward 24 miles to downtown Richmond.
A Clearview-font based sign replacement was made by 2012. Photo taken 08/08/04.
U.S. 460 eastbound splits with Interstate 85 northbound via the Exit 68 off-ramp onto Interstate 95 south. The US highway follows Interstate 95 for 3.29 miles between the Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike and Wagner Road. U.S. 460 represents the main link between Petersburg and Hampton Roads. The eastern terminus of the highway occurs in Norfolk. Photo taken 06/01/12.
U.S. 301 parallels Interstate 95 via Crater Road northward through Petersburg to the one-way street couplet of Bank and Bollingbrook Streets near downtown. Use Exit 68 onto Interstate 95 southbound for its interchange with Crater Road (Exits 50C/D) from Interstate 85 north & U.S. 460 east. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Interstate 85 north & U.S. 460 east prepare for the Exit 68 and 69 partition onto Interstate 95 north and south at the Sycamore Street overpass. Interstate 95 southbound reaches Emporia in 40 miles and Rocky Mount, North Carolina in 92 miles. Downtown Norfolk likes 75 miles to the east via U.S. 460 and Interstate 264. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Travelers destined for Virginia Beach should follow U.S. 460 east from Interstate 95 south. U.S. 460 meets the Hampton Roads Beltway near where Interstates 64, 264, and 664 meet. Interstate 264 provides a freeway from Norfolk east to the coast. Photo taken 06/01/12.
Traffic interests to Fort Lee and Hopewell via Virginia 36 (Washington Street) should use Exit 69. Virginia 36 travels east from U.S. 301 (Crater Road) 3.4 miles to the independent city of Hopewell. Photo taken 06/01/12.
U.S. 460 and Exit 68 to Interstate 95 southbound depart Interstate 85 northbound for Emporia, Rocky Mount, and Norfolk respectively. Graham Street passes under the Richmond-Petersburg Turnpike here otherwise. Photo taken 06/01/12.
U.S. 460 east
U.S. 460 leaves Interstate 95 south via a loop ramp (Exit 48A) for Wagner Road eastbound. Exiting the full-cloverleaf interchange, Wagner Road sees the northbound return ramp to Petersburg. Photo taken 06/25/10.
A signalized intersection with Normandy Drive quickly follows the Interstate 95 ramps on U.S. 460 (Wagner Road) east. Normandy Drive connects a subdivision to the south with a northbound side frontage road of I-95 to the north. Photo taken 06/25/10.
U.S. 13 north & U.S. 58-460 east
Eastbound on the overlap of U.S. 13 north with U.S. 58 & 460 eastbound at the Suffolk and Chesapeake city line. The three highways cosign between the Suffolk city center eastward to Interstate 664. The sign bridge displayed here partitions the three eastbound lanes into the counterparts of U.S. 58 & 460 Alternate eastbound and U.S. 13 northbound & U.S. 460 eastbound. Contrary to the signage, U.S. 13 and U.S. 460 actually follow U.S. 58 through the interchange with Interstate 664, then they split off of U.S. 58 at the intersection with Joliff Rd east of the interchange. The connection leads something to be desired and may be the reasoning for alluding to U.S. 13 & 460 following the Interstate 264 eastbound ramp.2 First photo taken 12/17/01. Second photo taken 05/01/01.
A second set of signs for the impending U.S. 13 north & 460 east parting from U.S. 58. Interstate 664 connects the U.S. highway trio with the cities of Newport News and Hampton via the Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel. Traffic to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel (U.S. 13) is advised to stay on Interstate 64 Outer. First photo taken 12/17/01. Second photo taken 05/01/01.
Traffic to Interstate 264 eastbound and U.S. 13 & 460
departs U.S. 58 east. The official routing of U.S. 13 & 460 however, continues eastward along U.S. 58 to
Joliff Road. From there the paired highways turn southward on Joliff to the Military Highway.
Ramps to Interstate 264 and the Hampton Roads Beltway (Interstate 64 & 664) otherwise depart within one half mile.
U.S. 460 remains overlapped with U.S. 13 on the Military Highway through to the intersection with
Bainbridge Boulevard (Virginia 166). Photo taken 12/17/01.
U.S. 460 Alternate begins at the U.S. 58 split with U.S.
13 south & 460 east at Joliff Road. Traffic wishing to access Interstate 664 northbound departs from
the trio in one half mile. Ahead is the Interstate 664 overcrossing and Exit 13B on-ramp merge from
the Hampton Roads Beltway southbound. Photo taken 12/17/01.
The lane added from Exit 13B of Interstate 664 southbound
becomes exit-only for Interstate 664 northbound. The Hampton Roads Beltway links U.S. 13-58-460 and the city
of Suffolk with Newport News and Hampton to the north of the James River. U.S. 58 & 460A meanwhile part with
U.S. 13 & 460 eastward into the city of Portsmouth. Photo taken 12/17/01.
Northbound on Granby Street (U.S. 460) near the confluence of Interstate 64 & 564 adjacent to the Norfolk Navy Base. A cloverleaf loop exists to carry U.S. 460 eastbound motorists onto Interstate 564 westbound. Displayed here is a shield and guide sign assembly at the ramp departure. The first mainline exit of Interstate 564 is with Virginia 406 (International Terminal Boulevard). Photo taken 01/06/01.
The eastern terminus of U.S. 460, heralded with an end sign. The intersection depicted is that of Granby Street at U.S. 60 (Ocean View Avenue). The waters of the Chesapeake Bay lie just beyond the homes beyond the traffic lights. Photo taken 01/06/01.
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