State Route 110

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Virginia Route 110 North
SR 110 continues Jefferson Davis Highway northward from U.S. 1 as the US route merges onto Interstate 395 across the Potomac River. The state route travels east of The Pentagon between Interstate 395 and SR 27. 09/25/04
Interstate 66 trailblazer posted for the SR 110 northbound connection to the westbound freeway. Crossing above is a pedestrian overpass between Boundary Channel Drive and The Pentagon. 09/25/04
A second pedestrian overpass crosses above SR 110 between The Pentagon and a parking area adjacent to Boundary Channel Drive. 09/25/04
SR 27 (Washington Boulevard) spans SR 110 (Jefferson Davis Highway) between The Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery. A partial interchange joins the two state routes. 09/25/04
Memorial Drive meets SR 110 at a partial-interchange between Arlington National Cemetery and the Arlington Memorial Bridge east to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. 09/25/04
Memorial Drive stems west to Schley and Eisenhower Drives within the National Cemetery. The Visitors Center lies just west of SR 110. 09/25/04
SR 110 northbound at the Memorial Drive off-ramp. A ramp from parallel George Washington Memorial Parkway joins the departing exit for Memorial Drive. Memorial Drive east crosses Boundary Channel onto Columbia Island for Lady Bird Johnson Park. Historically, Arlington Memorial Bridge once carried U.S. 50 and 240 between Virginia and the District of Columbia. 09/25/04
SR 110 defaults onto Interstate 66 westbound at a wye interchange west of the freeways crossing of the Potomac River. 09/25/04
Interstate 66 connects Washington, DC with Rosslyn, Falls Church and Fairfax. SR 110 north to Wilson Boulevard west connects drivers to the Iwo Jima Memorial and Fort Myer. 09/25/04
SR 110 splits into a single-lane ramp for Interstate 66 west and a two-lane ramp to Wilson Boulevard west. Wilson and Clarendon Boulevard constitute a one-way street couplet between Fort Myer Drive and SR 237 (Fairfax Drive). 09/25/04
Northbound at the ramp split to Interstate 66 and Wilson Boulevard at the SR 110 terminus. Interstate 66 leads north to a split-diamond interchange with U.S. 29 near its crossing of the Potomac River via the Key Bridge. 09/25/04

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09/25/04 by AARoads

Page Updated 10-03-2009.

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