State Route 233

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Virginia 233 east
Virginia 233 begins from a trumpet interchange with U.S. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) at Crystal City and travels a viaduct east over Clark Street, Crystal Drive, and a railroad corridor. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Signs direct motorists to Terminals A, B, and C of Reagan National Airport as Virginia 233 travels east to Smith Boulevard. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Terminal C lies at the north end of airport; Virginia 233 intersects Abingdon Road ahead. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Virginia 233 spans George Washington Memorial Parkway ahead of the traffic light with Abingdon Road. Virginia 233 ends at Smith Boulevard, the main access road to Terminals A, B, and C. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Virginia 233 ends at the split of traffic to Smith Boulevard north to the Airport Terminals and Smith Boulevard south to George Washington Memorial Parkway. GW Parkway heads north to Interstate 395 & U.S. 1 and south to Virginia 400 (Washington Street) in Alexandria. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Turning onto Smith Boulevard south from Virginia 233 east, drivers are afforded one last opportunity to turn left onto Smith Boulevard north. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Smith Boulevard south splits into ramps for George Washington Memorial Parkway north and south after the Abingdon Road underpass. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Virginia 233 scenes
Abingdon Road connects Virginia 233 with Thomas Avenue at Hangars 2 through 6 of Reagan National Airport. The road passes under Smith Boulevard as it departs George Washington Parkway for the Airport Terminal. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Thomas Avenue north at Abingdon Road north. Abingdon Road connects Thomas Avenue and the Economy Parking area with Virginia 233 west to U.S. 1 and Crystal City. Photo taken 09/25/04.
Abingdon Road approaches Virginia 233 after the Smith Boulevard over crossing. A loop ramp joins Virginia 233 east ahead of its end at Smith Boulevard. Photo taken 09/25/04.

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09/25/04 by AARoads

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Page Updated 09-17-2009.