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roadman65:

--- Quote from: Mapmikey on October 02, 2023, 06:11:14 AM ---It would still be an exception even if it was I-895.  Like I-664, I-785 (officially VA 785 currently), the two cancelled I-795s, and the VDOT-proposed I-864, it is a number >599 that is not a secondary route. 

VDOT explicitly recognizes interstate designations above 599 as exceptions.  See the bottom of page 2 of the 2003 route log

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I understand exceptions for interstates as they’re not state issued numbers. Just like in New Jersey, 600 series numbers are for intra county route numbers. Yet I-676 exists as it’s an interstate not in the NJ numbering convention.

1995hoo:
If a simple route number causes you such angst, I’d hate to see your reaction if you saw the mile markers on that road.

roadman65:

--- Quote from: 1995hoo on October 02, 2023, 07:50:01 AM ---If a simple route number causes you such angst, I’d hate to see your reaction if you saw the mile markers on that road.

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I’m not angry. Just wondering if VDOT had a numbering scheme and if they broke it for a good reason. I could care less if it was VA 995 or VA 495 or whatever. I’m not like many on here who digress over I-99 being signed into law cause it’s between I-79 and I-81 or like your pal who insisted VA 28 should be I-366. :bigass:

1995hoo:
I didn't say you were angry. I said the number seems to be causing you angst. I guess your reply #6975 suggested to me that the issue bothers you more than you're saying it actually does.

roadman65:

--- Quote from: 1995hoo on October 02, 2023, 08:57:05 AM ---I didn't say you were angry. I said the number seems to be causing you angst. I guess your reply #6975 suggested to me that the issue bothers you more than you're saying it actually does.

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Sorry misunderstood.

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