U.S. 17

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U.S. 17 North
U.S. 17 (Dominion Boulevard) leaves SR 190 (Great Bridge Boulevard) and approaches the Oak Grove Connector freeway. Ramps connect with SR 168 south to the Chesapeake Expressway, Interstate 464 north and the cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 64 (Hampton Roads Beltway). Photo taken 09/05/10.
Traffic to SR 168 (Oak Grove Connector) south to Great Bridge departs U.S. 17 north. SR 168 is a part of a multi-state route leading south to U.S. 158 near Barco, North Carolina. U.S. 158 east continues the drive to Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, and U.S. 64 west to Manteo at the Outer Banks. Photo taken 09/05/10.
A left side ramp defaults motorists onto the northbound beginning of Interstate 464 from U.S. 17 (Dominion Boulevard) north. Interstate 464 travels 4.71 miles north to Interstate 264 near downtown Norfolk. Photo taken 09/05/10.
U.S. 17 partitions into ramps for Interstate 64 outer (west) to Virginia Beach and Interstate 64 inner (east) to Suffolk and Newport News. U.S. 17 follows Interstate 64 inner to Exit 296 north of Deep Creek. The December 2001 relocation is still not signed well on signage from Dominion Boulevard. Photo taken 09/05/10.
U.S. 15 U.S. 17 U.S. 29 North
Leesburg (U.S. 15's continuation) and Winchester (U.S. 17's end) join Warrenton on the mileage sign posted north on U.S. 15-17-29 (James Madison Highway) at Opal. Photo taken 05/30/05.
Truck traffic bound for U.S. 211 (Lee Highway) west from Warrenton must remain along U.S. 15/29 to meet U.S. 211 directly in lieu of the Business loop connection of Shirley Avenue. Photo taken 05/30/05.
Approaching the split with the Business loop trio for U.S. 15-17-29 (James Madison Highway) and the Warrenton bypass. U.S. 15-17-29 follow a limited access freeway to the east while U.S. 17 & 29 Business follow Shirley Avenue west to U.S. 211 (Frost Avenue) and U.S. 15 Business meanders through downtown via Falmouth and Main Streets. Photo taken 05/30/05.
A signalized turn is required of U.S. 15-17-29 Business drivers heading north into Warrenton. Shirley Avenue bypasses downtown as a direct route to U.S. 211 (Frost Avenue / Lee Highway) west to Washington, Luray, and New Market. Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 15-17-29 north at the partition with U.S. 15-17-29 Business. SR 880 ties in from Lord Fairfax Community College to the east. Photo taken 05/30/05.
Marshall is used in lieu of Winchester on this mileage sign for U.S. 15-17-29 at the beginning of the Warrenton bypass freeway. Photo taken 05/30/05.
SR 643 (Meetze Road) enters the Warrenton area from Meetze to meet U.S. 15-17-29 near Frytown. Meetze Road continues west from its diamond interchange with the freeway to U.S. 15 Business (Falmouth Street) at Lee Street. Photo taken 05/30/05.
Truck traffic to U.S. 17 north is advised to remain on U.S. 17 north! Photo taken 05/30/05.
Older signs for the ramp to U.S. 15-29 Business south (Lee Highway) to U.S. 211 west omit U.S. 17 north. U.S. 17 was relocated wholly onto the Warren bypass in 1998, with the completion of the north freeway connector between Lee Highway and original U.S. 17 (James Madison Highway). Photo taken 05/30/05.
A wye interchange comprises the split of U.S. 17 from U.S. 15/29 north. Motorists bound for U.S. 15-29 Business (Lee Highway) south briefly utilize the U.S. 17 portion of the freeway to a loop ramp west into Warrenton. Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 211 begins nearby at the U.S. 15-29 Business intersection with Blackwell Road (U.S. 15-211 Business west). U.S. 211 travels just 59 miles from Warrenton to Interstate 81 at New Market. Photo taken 05/30/05.
U.S. 17 U.S. 29 Business North U.S. 211 East
These reassurance shields for U.S. 17, U.S. 211, and Business U.S. 29 are located along north/eastbound after the initial intersection with U.S. 17/Business U.S. 29. Photo taken 06/06/04.
Eastbound U.S. 211 and northbound Business U.S. 29 continue along Lee Highway, while U.S. 17 turns northwest toward Winchester. Photo taken 06/06/04.
U.S. 17 South Virginia Route 190 East
U.S. 17 south / SR 190 east merge briefly along Great Bridge Boulevard between the Hampton Roads Beltway and Dominion Boulevard. Dominion Boulevard is a controlled-access arterial southwest from I-464/SR 168 to SR 166 (Bainbridge Road). It was signed as SR 104 until U.S. 17 was relocated from Deep Creek in December 2001. Photo taken 09/05/10.
U.S. 17 scenes
SR 190 (Great Bridge Boulevard) meets U.S. 17 (Dominion Boulevard) south of Doziers Corner. Dominion Boulevard carries U.S. 17 southwest from the adjacent Oak Grove Connector (I-464 north / SR 168 south). Photo taken 09/05/10.



Photo Credits:

  • 06/06/04 by AARoads.
  • 05/30/05 by AARoads.
  • 09/05/10 by Will Weaver.

Connect with:
Interstate 64
Interstate 66
Interstate 95
U.S. 1
U.S. 15
U.S. 29
State Route 55

Page Updated 02-23-2011.