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    • I-95; Still not finished in Boston, Central New Jersey, or Washington, D.C.
Re: Virginia
« Reply #6375 on: June 27, 2022, 01:01:48 PM »

I think one's origin/destination matters as well as one being willing to spend more hours bypassing than they would just staying on I-95.

NC is a big place.  Starting off in the Outer Banks and heading out to I-81 is pretty severe.

But then you have several other options to avoid much of I-95, such as the Chesapeake Bay Bridge/Tunnel (US-13) or the Coleman Bridge (US-17) to get to the Nice Bridge (US-301).
Hey, if I'm going to the Hampton Roads area to dodge I-95 in DC, and Baltimore, it's the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel or it's nothing.



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Re: Virginia
« Reply #6376 on: June 27, 2022, 04:15:44 PM »


Leonard Sandridge Rd in Charlottesville is shown as part of VA 302.


That seems like it would be correct. Isn't VA-302 the number assigned to all VDOT-maintained on-Grounds roads at UVA? Sandridge is located on the North Grounds (it was originally named the "North Grounds Connector Road").

Yes, but the trick is knowing which roads on an institution's property is VDOT maintained or not, as not every road would be.

Unrelated:  I-74 is NOT assigned to the I-77 segment south of I-81 per the arcgis.  it is possible nobody at VDOT remembers they did this in 1996.
74 would just go up the whole of 77 in VA, so I wonder what they need to sign the thing. Is it the completion of 74 between Mt Airy and Winston in NC?


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Re: Virginia
« Reply #6377 on: June 27, 2022, 04:42:20 PM »

They probably won't sign anything until WV makes a move on their portion.

In other words, they're not going to sign anything.
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Re: Virginia
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