State Route 207

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Virginia 207 continues the Bowling Green Bypass in the absence of U.S. 301 as the US route departs the four-lane highway for South Main Street with Virginia 2. An end U.S. 301/begin Virginia 207 shield assembly is posted at the connector roadway linking U.S. 301 Business with U.S. 301. Photo taken 10/10/09.
A connector road carries U.S. 301 north from South Main Street (Virginia 2 / U.S. 301 Business) onto the Bowling Green Bypass at Virginia 207's eastern terminus. Virginia 207 leads southwest 11.93 miles to Exit 104 of Interstate 95. Photo taken 10/10/09.
Virginia 207 south
Virginia 207, a multi-lane divided highway, connects U.S. 301 in Bowling Green with Interstate 95 in Carmel Church. Virginia 207 forms part of a longer highway that provides a connection from Interstate 95 northeast to Baltimore and Annapolis via Virginia 207, U.S. 301, and Maryland 3. Although Virginia 207 has few major intersections, the expressway segment ends prior to a tight interchange with Interstate 95. Photo taken 06/01/04.
A full freeway sign announces the pending interchange between southwestbound Virginia 207 and Interstate 95. Don't be fooled, the interchange is controlled by traffic signals as well as several commercial establishments. Photo taken 06/01/04.
Trucks are advised to slow down due to the tight nature of the Virginia 207/Interstate 95 interchange. Photo taken 06/01/04.
Indeed, Virginia 207 approaches its junction with Interstate 95. A truck stop, along with ancillary development, has resulted in a tight interchange with traffic signals that control the connection. A freeway to freeway connection would be much safer for vehicles approaching this area at high speeds. Photo taken 06/01/04.

Photo Credits:

    06/01/04 by AARoads. 10/10/09 by Will Weaver.

Connect with:
Interstate 95
U.S. 301

Page Updated 10-13-2009.