U.S. 29

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U.S. 29 travels nearly the height of Virginia, entering the commonwealth at Danville and leaving from Arlington County into the District of Columbia. Varying between freeway sections or four lane arterials, U.S. 29 connects Chatham, Gretna, Altavista, Lynchburg, Amherst, Lovingston, Charlottesville, Madison, Culpeper, Warrenton and Fairfax.

U.S. 29 Virginia Highway guides

U.S. 29 Business - Madison south
Madison, the seat of Madison County, is located approximately 25 miles north of Charlottesville where U.S. 29 intersects Virginia 231. The town is accessed via an instance of Business U.S. 29, while the main route follows a freeway bypass to the east of downtown. This picture shows the first reassurance marker for southbound Business U.S. 29, which meets Virginia 231 just north of downtown Madison. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Now approaching downtown, Business U.S. 29 follows the original alignment of U.S. 29 until it meets Virginia 231. Virginia 231 heads northwest from Madison toward Sperryville via Banco and Etlan, with connections to Criglersville and Syria via Virginia Secondary 670. Photo taken 06/05/05.
Southbound Business U.S. 29 reaches its intersection with Virginia 231/Blue Ridge Turnpike north. The business route merges with southbound Virginia 231 to enter downtown Madison. Photo taken 06/05/05.
U.S. 29 scenes
Virginia Secondary 685 (Calohan Road) northbound ends at U.S. 29 (Wards Road) amid a pervasive area of auto salvage dealers. This should directs drivers onto southbound toward Yellow Branch. Photo taken 06/05/05.

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06/05/05 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 64
U.S. 58
U.S. 460
U.S. 501
U.S. 60
U.S. 250
U.S. 33
U.S. 17
U.S. 15

Page Updated 03-22-2010.