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US Highway endpoints in Virginia

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US 360 east end, 1934-present
Reedville
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US 211 east end, 1929-1984
Arlington
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Common: US 58-421-411
Cumberland Gap. US 411[I] west end (1926-1933); US 421 north end (1933-1950); US 58 west end (1934-1970?) See Tennessee map for another historic endpoint of US 58, as well as its current endpoint.
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US 121 south end, future
Pound (not expected to be built for several years)
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US 219 south end, 1980s-present
Rich Creek
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US 17 north end, 1965-2010
Winchester
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US 17 north end, 1926-1965
Fredericksburg
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US 33 east end, 1981-present
Richmond. VA 33 was rerouted to use Leigh St and the MLK Bridge in 1981, and that's when US 33 was truncated to this point. This is what I would consider to be the de facto end of US 33, and some VDoT documents support that. But other VDoT records actually have US 33 continuing one block east to Hancock, then north to end at VA 33 (Leigh). However, that movement is no longer possible for eastbound US 33 traffic, because there's a median on Broad, and Hancock is one-way southbound.
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US 48 east end, 2002-present
Strasburg
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US 58 east end, 1990s-present
Virginia Beach. US 60 was rerouted onto Pacific in 1958, but US 58 signage wasn't removed from this intersection until Business US 60 was removed from Atlantic in the 1990s. Also, in 2013, the City of VA Beach diverted the main flow of traffic away from the easternmost few blocks of Laskin, but since they have not posted Jct. US 58 signs anywhere along Pacific, it is unknown which road(s) they consider to carry the US 58 designation.
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Common: US 58-60-117
Virginia Beach. US 117 east end (1927-1932); US 60 east end (1929-1933); US 58 east end (1932-1956)
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US 60 east end, 1933-1940(?)
Camp Pendleton (historic entrance). According to VDoT, this was the official terminus until 1961, but it couldn't have been the de facto terminus after about 1940, when the first Rudee Inlet bridge was abandoned.
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US 60 east end, 1940(?)-1970(?)
Virginia Beach. According to VDoT records, this wasn't the endpoint until 1961, and it remains the endpoint to this day. However, this was most likely the de facto endpoint starting in about 1940, when the first Rudee Inlet bridge was abandoned. And the City of VA Beach rerouted US 60 along Pacific starting in about 1970.
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US 211 east end, 1984-present
Warrenton
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US 211 east end, 1927-1929
Fairfax
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US 211 west end, 1927-1951
New Market
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US 211 west end, 1964-present
New Market
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US 221 north end, 1932-1934
Roanoke
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US 221 north end, 1971-present
Lynchburg
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US 250 east end, 1981-2003
Richmond (Until 2003, westbound US 60 was directed along the blue line, so US 250 ended here [in other words, Broad between 21st and 23rd was a duplex of US 250 and eastbound US 60]. Since 2003, US 60 no longer uses Broad at all, and some VDoT records from that year indicate US 250 was truncated to 18th [jct. US 360], but other documents indicate US 250 still ends here at 23rd.)
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US 258 north end, 1945-present
Fort Monroe (there doesn't appear to be any evidence that the US 258 was ever truncated from here, despite the fact that not all traffic is allowed this far into the military base)
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US 340 west end, 1928-1933
Millwood
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US 340 west end, 1933-1935
Boyce
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US 340 west end, 1935-1957
Winchester
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US 340 south end, 1957-present
Greenville
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US 360 west end, 1934-present
Danville
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US 460 west end, 1933-1947
Roanoke (based on 1929 map, which shows 460's predecessor [VA 10] ending here)
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US 460 east end, 1933-1943
Virginia Beach
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US 460 east end, 1943-1958
Norfolk
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US 460 east end, 1958-present
Norfolk
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US 501 north end, 1927-1933
Burkeville
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US 501 north end, 1944-present
Buena Vista
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US 522 south end, 1941-present
Powhatan
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Common: US 301 / US 17-1
Petersburg. US 17-1 north end (1927-1932); US 301 north end (1932-1941)
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US 121[I] north end, 1927-1935 (probable)
Fort Chiswell (most evidence suggests the route ended here, but it was possibly co-signed west with US 11 to end at US 21 in Wytheville)
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US 121[I] north end, 1927-1935 (possible)
Wytheville (possibly co-signed with US 11 west from Ft. Chiswell to junction US 21 here)
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US 170 north end, 1927-1935
Lynchburg
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US 240 east end, 1934?-1944?
Arlington
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US 311 north end, 1927-1935
Roanoke (according to a 1929 map)
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US 401 west end, 1926-1930
Clarksville
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US 401 west end, 1930-1932
South Boston
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US 13 south end, 1927-1943
Cape Charles (obviously the old ferry landing wasn't located here, but a 1936 VADoT map of Northampton County indicates this is the exact intersection where US 13 ended.)
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US 13 south end, 1943-1952
Chesapeake (the intersection just to the east is about as close as you can come to this original junction, which no longer exists because of realignments due to newer highways)
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US 29 north end, 1932-1934
Culpeper
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US 58 west end, 1932-1933
Hillsville
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Common: US 117-158-258
Franklin. US 117[i] east end (1931-1932); US 158 east end (1932-1940); US 258 east end (1941-1945)
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US 60 east end, 1927-1929
Newport News (a 1929 map shows the ferry landing was located here)
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US 21 north end, 1974-present
Wytheville
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US 401 east end, 1926-1932
South Hill
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US 211 west end, 1951-1964
New Market
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US 58 east end, 1956-1990s
Virginia Beach. Atlantic Av carried mainline US 60 only until 1958, but US 58 was signed to Atlantic until the 1990s, perhaps because Atlantic carried Business US 60.
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Common: US 33-US 250
Richmond. US 250 east end (1935-1974); US 33 east end (1938-1974) Until 1974, US 60 followed the blue line.
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Common: US 33-US 250
Richmond. US 33 and US 250 east end (1974-1981); US 250 east end (2003-present). Some VDoT documents indicate US 250 was truncated to its junction with US 360 here after US 60 was rerouted off Broad in 2003.
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US 17 north end, 2010-present
Winchester (an "End" sign was posted at this intersection in 2010, where US 50 traffic is now directed to turn onto Cork).
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US 311 north end, 2012-present
In 2012, AASHTO approved NC's request to extend US 311 to this junction.
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US 221 north end, 1934-1971
Roanoke
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US 58 west end, 1970(?)-1987(?)
Cumberland Gap. See Tennessee map for another historic endpoint of US 58, as well as its current endpoint.
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US 60 east end, 1970(?)-present
Virginia Beach. VDoT records do not acknowledge that US 60 traffic runs along Pacific. But the City of VA Beach made that change in about 1970; currently an "End" sign is posted just to the southwest of this bridge.
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US 501 north end, 1933-1938
Buena Vista
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US 501 north end, 1938-1944
Lexington