U.S. Route 119

U.S. Route 119 (US 119) is a spur of US 19. It is a north–south route (on a northeast-southwest alignment) that was an original United States highway of 1926. It is Corridor G of the Appalachian Development Highway System (ADHS) east of US 23 and KY 80 in Kentucky to Interstate 64 at Charleston, West Virginia.

U.S. Route 119 marker

U.S. Route 119
Route information
Auxiliary route of US 19
Length585 mi[citation needed] (941 km)
Existed1926[citation needed]–present
Major junctions
South end US 25E in Pineville, KY
  US 23 / US 460 / KY 80 in Pikeville, KY

I-64 / I-77 in Charleston, WV
US 33 from Spencer, WV to Buckhannon, WV
I-79 near Weston, WV
US 50 in Grafton, WV
I-68 at Morgantown, WV
US 40 in Uniontown, PA
I-70 / I-76 / Penna Turnpike in New Stanton, PA
US 30 in Greensburg, PA

US 22 near Blairsville, PA
North end US 219 in Sandy Township, PA
StatesKentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania
Highway system
KY 118KYKY 120
WV 115WVUS 121

Route descriptionEdit


In Kentucky, US 119 is a two- and four-lane highway running from Pineville at U.S. Route 25E to the West Virginia state line at South Williamson. It follows the Cumberland River past Harlan to near the source of the river's Poor Fork, crosses Pine Mountain south of Whitesburg, then follows a meandering course along the mountain to Jenkins, where it joins US 23 and turns north to Pikeville. Just north of Pikeville it turns east to South Williamson, where it crosses the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River into Williamson, W.Va.

From Pineville to US 23 (Country Music Highway) at Jenkins, it is part of ADHS Corridor F. In its concurrency from Jenkins north to Pikeville, where it heads east toward West Virginia, it is part of Corridor B. From US 23/KY 80 at Pikeville eastward towards the state line, it is part of Corridor G.

West VirginiaEdit

View south along US 119 at WV 36 near Spencer, West Virginia

U.S. Route 119 enters West Virginia from Kentucky as unsigned AHDS Corridor G, a four-lane limited-access highway stretching from Williamson to Charleston. The earliest segment of Corridor G to open was in 1972 and was finished in 1997. Formerly, US 119 was a typical two-lane mountain highway. Old US 119 now comprises all or parts of US 52, WV 44, WV 10, WV 17, WV 85, WV 3, WV 94 and WV 61.

The US route becomes a mostly two-lane highway north of Charleston, having functionally been replaced by Interstate 79. Compared to its replacement, US 119 takes a rather winding course. A trip from the Charleston area to the Morgantown area (I-79/US 119 Exit #1 to I-68 Exit #1) is 147 miles (237 km) via I-79 and 182 miles (293 km) via US 119. The travel time is about double taking US 119, over 4 hours instead of about 2 hours.

From Charleston, US 119 heads roughly east along the Elk River to Clendenin, where it turns north for 29 miles (47 km) to Spencer. At Spencer, it begins to head east with US 33 for 81.4 miles (131.0 km). Along the way, it passes through Glenville and Weston, where it intersects parent route US 19 and replacement I-79. From I-79 to WV 20 at Buckhannon, US 33/US 119 follow Corridor H.

US 119 and US 52 north of Williamson.

At Buckhannon, US 119 again turns north — first with WV 20 then by itself as it travels to Philippi. At Philippi it joins with US 250 for 12 miles (19 km). From there, US 119 heads on its own through Grafton and towards Morgantown.

Just south of Morgantown, US 119 intersects Interstate 68's Exit #1, immediately east of its end at I-79. US 119 then enters downtown Morgantown, again meeting with US 19. It leaves town via the narrow and winding North Willey Street and congested Mileground.

Just after the Mileground, US 119 intersects with the Monongalia County Route 857 connector to I-68 Exit #7, which effectively allows through traffic to bypass Morgantown. US 119 finally turns north to enter Pennsylvania near Point Marion. The Hamilton Farm Petroglyphs are along this section. Much of this last stretch of US 119 heading towards Uniontown, Pennsylvania is already bypassed by traffic using I-68, CR 857, and PA 857. While this alternate route is longer, it has a better alignment and is faster to travel.[1]


US 119 travels through Connellsville, Greensburg, and Punxsutawney, and bypasses Uniontown and Indiana. There are numerous other boroughs and villages along its 133-mile (214 km) route in the Keystone State.

The southern entrance of US 119 is at the West Virginia state line one-half mile south of Point Marion. The northern terminus is at US 219 two miles (3 km) south of DuBois, Pennsylvania.

US 119's control cities include Morgantown, West Virginia, Uniontown, Connellsville, New Stanton (for northbound traffic only), Greensburg, Blairsville, Indiana, Punxsutawney, and DuBois.


US 23 / US 123Edit


U.S. Route 123
LocationPineville, KYJenkins, KY

In 1929 U.S. Route 23, which then ended at Jenkins, KY, was extended to Pineville. The following year this section was renumbered to U.S. Route 123, to allow US 23 to be extended in a different direction (towards Kingsport TN). In 1934 US 119 was extended from Morgantown WV into Kentucky, joining US 123 at Jenkins; US 123 was then renumbered to US 119.


The Burning Fork interchange northeast of Pikeville, in 2005 when 119 was under construction.

Hwy 119 in Kentucky was originally a series of two-lane roads paralleling Pine Mountain that connected Pineville to Baxter (just north of Harlan) and then headed northeast through Cumberland, Whitesburg, and Pikeville en route to West Virginia.

Starting in the 1970s, there were a number of projects that widened or replaced sections of the road. In most places, the original route has been largely abandoned, instead cutting through the mountain to provide a much wider and straighter route. Small segments of the original route are still in existence as access roads to communities that predate the expansion. In Loyall the original route is known as Hwy 413, and this parallels Hwy 119 heading northeast until it reaches the community of Rosspoint. During this stretch in Baxter, Hwy 119 also briefly combines with U.S. Route 421, which then splits off and heads north across Pine Mountain. In Rosspoint, the original route of Hwy 119 is designated as Hwy 522. Hwy 522 parallels Hwy 119 all the way to Cumberland, where the final stretch of original highway is called Kingdom Come Dr. before merging with Hwy 119 just south of the Harlan County/Letcher County border.

From this point until the base of Pine Mountain (unofficially called Whitesburg Mountain), the highway is largely unchanged from its original route. On the mountain, Hwy 119 has recently been widened in a number of places in order to make it safer for trucking traffic.

Across the mountain in Whitesburg, Hwy 119 turns northeast. South of Jenkins, Hwy 119 merges with U.S. Route 23 until Pikeville, where it splits off and heads northeast to the West Virginia border.

In 2007, a 6-mile stretch of Hwy 119 northeast of Pikeville, was expanded and improved by cutting through the mountain, once again abandoning the original route which is now known as the Zebulon Hwy. and Bent Branch Rd. Past this point, Hwy 119 follows its original route until exiting Kentucky at South Williamson.

West VirginiaEdit

The routing of US 119 south of Charleston changed drastically with the opening of Corridor G from 1972 to 1997.

The original routing southeast of the capital was WV 61 to Marmet, where it took WV 94 southwest to Racine.[2] From Racine to Danville, it followed today's WV 3 and onward to Madison. From Madison south to Logan, it followed today's WV 17.

South of Logan to Mountain View, it followed WV 44. At Mountain View, it intersected US 52 and traveled concurrently with it to the northwest, to Williamson, where it entered Kentucky.

Corridor GEdit


Corridor G
Route information
Length106.5 mi[3] (171.4 km)
Existed1965 (Completed 2008)–present
Major junctions
South end    US 23 / US 460 / KY 80 / Corr. B near Pikeville, KY
   US 52 in Williamson, WV
  WV 10 in Chapmanville, WV
North end  I-64 in Charleston, WV
Highway system

Corridor G is a highway in Kentucky and West Virginia. It is part of the Appalachian Development Highway System, encompassing US 119 for its length. At the southern terminus of Corridor G at Corridor B (US 23/US 460/KY 80) near Pikeville, Kentucky, traffic can continue along Corridor B towards Pikeville and Jenkins, where one can pick up Corridor F (US 119) or proceed south on Corridor B (US 23) into Virginia. At the northern terminus at Interstate 64 in Charleston, West Virginia, one can pick up Interstate 77 and Interstate 79, along with the West Virginia Turnpike.

The Hatfield–McCoy Trails are an ATV and mountain biking network of trails throughout southwest West Virginia. Three trail heads branch off from various secondary routes accessible from Corridor G.


In 1974,[4] the first segment of Corridor G was completed from KY 292 (2nd St.) at South Williamson south to KY 199 at Huddy. This was a four-lane divided highway that contained mountable medians and jersey barriers, with a mix of state route and driveway access. This is especially evident as US 119 cuts through the center of Belfry and South Williamson. Several years later, a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) segment of four-lane US 119 along Buckley Creek opened from Corridor B/US 23/US 460/KY 80 north of Pikeville to what is now KY 1426 3.5 miles (5.6 km) northeast of Pikeville.

In 1997,[4] a section of US 119 was relocated on new alignment from KY 3154 (Meathouse Fork Rd.) at Canada east to KY 199 at Huddy. Two years later,[4] a section of US 119 was relocated on new alignment from 2.5 miles (4.0 km) east of Meta to KY 3154 at Canada. This involved extensive highwall construction at Bent Mountain and Canada Knob.

The final segment of Corridor G in Kentucky to be completed was from the KY 1426 intersection north of Pikeville east to Scott Fork 2.5 miles (4.0 km) east of Meta. This segment required the construction of three twin steel-box girder bridges at Johns Creek (KY 194) near Bevins Branch, Winn Branch (Winn Branch Road), and Raccoon Creek (KY 1441).[5] This also includes a modified diamond interchange at what will be old US 119 1/2-mile east of KY 1426 at Zebulon.

On June 30, 2006, the "Pinson Family Bridge" was dedicated. It crosses Raccoon Creek and KY 1441. This twin steel-box girder bridge is more than 1,200 ft (370 m) long and is the only example of its kind in Kentucky.[6] The girders were chosen because of the curvature within the bridge structure; each girder is completely hollow and it features a 10 ft (3.0 m). clearance on the interior.

On December 6, 2006, a segment of Corridor G opened from the KY 1426 intersection north of Pikeville east to the KY 194 (Johns Creek) interchange.[7] The last segment to open is from KY 194 north to Scott Fork. That segment was opened in March 2008.

West VirginiaEdit

The first segments of Corridor G to open was in 1972.[8] During that year, a Mingo County segment from Myrtle and Belo (MP 13) to the Logan County line near Holden opened. Segments of this were opened originally as a "super-two" since WV 65 was being destroyed; it was critical that the old roadway be removed before the highway was expanded to four-lanes.

Corridor G north of Logan, West Virginia.

In 1973, a lengthy segment opened to traffic from Godby Heights south of Chapmanville (MP 13) to MP 4 in Boone County.[8] This was followed a year later by a segment near Madison from MP 9.37 to MP 13 in Boone County. In 1975, the segment from MP 4 to MP 9.37 in Boone County was opened to traffic. At this time, the connection to Interstate 64 in Charleston also opened to traffic from Oakwood Road. This included the flyover ramp from US 119 to the Interstate 64 interchange.

In 1977, a Mingo County segment from Nolan (MP 7.45) at US 52 to Myrtle (MP 13) opened to traffic.[8]

The next segment to open would come in 1982,[8] when a Boone, Lincoln, and Kanawha County segment opened to traffic from Julian (MP 17) to the WV 601 interchange in South Charleston (MP 11). The segment between the WV 601 interchange to Oakwood Road in Charleston would be completed in 1986;[8] it formerly utilized Oakhurst and Oakwood Roads.

In 1989,[8] a segment from MP 13 to Julian (MP 17) in Boone County opened. In 1992, a new Tug Fork crossing at Williamson was completed. Formerly, Corridor G traffic from Kentucky had to cross into downtown Williamson and pick up US 119 into West Virginia.

The last segment of Corridor G in West Virginia to be completed was from the Tug Fork crossing at Williamson north to US 52 near Nolan. This nine-mile (14 km) segment was completed in 1997.[8]

Major intersectionsEdit

KentuckyBellPineville0.0000.000  US 25ESouthern terminus
Cumberland River0.014–
Joan Asher Cawood Bridge
1.4962.408  KY 987 east (Edmus McGeorge Memorial Road)Western terminus of KY 987
5.0748.166  KY 1344 southNorthern terminus of KY 1344
7.79612.546  KY 987 eastSouth end of KY 987 overlap
7.93912.777  KY 987 west (Edmus McGeorge Memorial Road)North end of KY 987 overlap
10.40116.739  KY 3482 southNorthern terminus of KY 3482
10.65517.148  KY 2012 southNorthern terminus of KY 2012
13.94922.449  KY 72 eastWestern terminus of KY 72
Harlan19.70731.715  KY 2007 eastWestern terminus of KY 2007
20.05432.274  KY 3467 south (Old Pike Highway)Northern terminus of KY 3467
21.46234.540  KY 219 southNorthern terminus of KY 219
21.86035.180  KY 3461 southNorthern terminus of KY 3461
23.66738.088  KY 840 eastWestern terminus of KY 840
25.06940.345  KY 3451 southNorthern terminus of KY 3451
25.84841.598Dayhoit Drive (KY 3152 west)Eastern terminus of KY 3152
25.95541.771  KY 840 westSouth end of KY 840 overlap
26.03941.906  KY 840 east – LoyallNorth end of KY 840 overlap
27.36444.038  KY 3452 east (Four Mile Road)Western terminus of KY 3452
28.10545.231Four Mile Road (KY 3452 west)Eastern terminus of KY 3452
28.31545.569  KY 1084 west (Airport Road)Eastern terminus of KY 1084
28.49245.853  KY 3460 south (Sukey Ridge Road) / Lisenbee RoadNorthern terminus of KY 3460
29.09346.821  US 421 south – Harlan, Pennington Gap VASouth end of US 421 overlap
29.83248.010  US 421 north – HydenNorth end of US 421 overlap
Rosspoint31.61050.871  KY 522 north / Ross DriveSouthern terminus of KY 522
37.80360.838  KY 2010 north – PutneySouthern terminus of KY 2010
Cumberland49.63679.881  KY 179 southNorthern terminus of KY 179
49.83080.194  KY 2179 (School Road / Frazier Street)
50.75381.679  KY 160 (East Main Street) – Cumberland, Beham, LynchInterchange
51.61883.071  KY 1254 west (Kingdom Come Drive) – Kingdom Come State ParkEastern terminus of KY 1254
55.01988.544Montgomery Road (KY 3464 west) / Arvel LaneEastern terminus of KY 3464
Letcher55.15088.755  KY 3073 northSouthern terminus of KY 3073
55.85789.893  KY 3403 southNorthern terminus of KY 3403
56.84291.478  KY 3619 northSouthern terminus of KY 3619
61.03598.226  KY 2564 westEastern terminus of KY 2564
62.518100.613  KY 3619 southNorthern terminus of KY 3619
62.989101.371  KY 806 southNorthern terminus of KY 806
63.899102.835  KY 932 east – Bad Branch Falls State Nature PreserveWestern terminus of KY 932
69.184111.341  KY 2035 westEastern terminus of KY 2035
Whitesburg70.834113.996  KY 15 north / Jenkins Road (KY 15 Bus. north) – WhitesburgSouthern terminus of KY 15 / KY 15 Bus.
71.793115.540  To KY 2034 / Jenkins Road (KY 2034 Conn west) / Cougar DriveEastern terminus of KY 2034 Conn
Mayking18.62329.971  KY 1862 – Mayking, Sergent, Thornton
75.318121.213  KY 3406 eastWestern terminus of KY 3406
76.464123.057  KY 805 east – Fleming-Neon, KonaWestern terminus of KY 805
79.544128.014  KY 3400 eastWestern terminus of KY 3400
Payne Gap80.831130.085  KY 3400 westEastern terminus of KY 3400
  US 23 south – Pound VA, Norton VAPartial interchange; south end of US 23 overlap
Jenkins81.966131.911  KY 3086 eastWestern terminus of KY 3086
82.926133.456  To KY 805 – Jenkins, Fleming-Neon
Pike91.129146.658  KY 3527 northSouthern terminus of KY 3527
92.121148.254  KY 805 westEastern terminus of KY 805
95.757154.106  KY 611 southNorthern terminus of KY 611
99.577160.254  KY 1469 west – VirgieEastern terminus of KY 1469
101.653163.595   KY 2167 south to KY 122 – Robinson CreekNorthern terminus of KY 2167
102.969165.713  KY 3174 eastExit 15; Western terminus of KY 3174
   US 460 east (Shelbiana Road) / KY 80 eastSouth end of US 460 / KY 80 overlap
110.726178.196  KY 1426 west (Island Creek Road)South end of KY 1426 overlap
110.848178.393  KY 3496 north (South Mayo Trail)Southern terminus of KY 3496
  KY 1426 east (Hambley Boulevard) – Downtown PikevilleNorth end of KY 1426 overlap
112.131180.457  KY 1384 (Hambley Boulevard) – Pikeville
112.610181.228  KY 1460 southNorthern terminus of KY 1460
113.394182.490  KY 3495 south (North Mayo Trail)Northern terminus of KY 3495
114.076183.588    US 23 north / US 460 west / KY 80 west / Cassidy Boulevard – Prestonsburg
116.748187.888  KY 1426 west (Town Mountain Road)south end of KY 1426 overlap
  KY 1426 east – Zebulon, Burning ForkInterchange; north end of KY 1426 overlap
122.363196.924  To KY 194 – Bent Branch, PhelpsInterchange
123.843199.306  KY 1426 west (Bent Branch Road) – Metainterchange
124.556200.453  KY 881 north – Brushy, VarneySouthern terminus of KY 881
127.473205.148  KY 3220 east (Bent Mountain Road) – Sidney, CanadaPartial interchange; northbound exit and entrance only; western terminus of KY 3220
130.619210.211  KY 3220 (Big Creek Road) – SidneyPartial interchange; southbound exit and entrance only
130.865210.607  KY 3220 west (Big Creek Road) – Sidney, CanadaPartial interchange; southbound exit and entrance only; eastern terminus of KY 3220
132.796213.714  KY 199 south – Stone, McAndrewsNorthern terminus of KY 199
136.648219.914  KY 319 south / Coleman Road – Hardy, Toler, PhelpsNorthern terminus of KY 319
137.543221.354  KY 308 west (Forest Hills Road) / Redbud Lane – Forest HillsEastern terminus of KY 308
138.669223.166  KY 292 south – Aflexsouth end of KY 292 overlap
139.053223.7842nd Avenue (KY 1506 north)Southern terminus of KY 1506
South Williamson139.445224.415  KY 292 north (Second Street) / Harvey Street (US 119 Spur east) – Warfield, Williamson, WV, Coal Housenorth end of KY 292 overlap; south end of US 52 Truck overlap (northbound only); southern terminus of US 119 Spur
Tug Fork139.797–
USAF General Robert H. Foglesong Bridge; Kentucky–West Virginia state line
West VirginiaMingoWilliamson0.070.11  US 52 south / West Third Avenue – Williamson, Welch, West Williamsonnorth end of US 52 Truck overlap (northbound only); south end of US 52 overlap
KentuckyPike139.897225.142  KY 292
West VirginiaMingo1.82.9  CR 14 – Chattaroy
KentuckyPike140.097225.464  KY 292
West VirginiaMingoNolan4.77.6  CR 52/19 (Nolan Street)To Nolan Toll Bridge
6.410.3  US 52 north – HuntingtonNorth end of US 52 overlap
10.817.4  WV 65 north – NaugatuckSouth end of WV 65 overlap
Belo11.318.2  WV 65 south – Delbarton, Matewannorth end of WV 65 overlap
LoganHolden22.736.5  CR 18 (Holden Road)former US 119 north
23.738.1Copperas Fork Road - Holden
HoldenMount Gay-Shamrock line24.639.6Whitman Junction (CR 209/1)
26.041.8   WV 73 east to WV 10 – LoganInterchange; western terminus of WV 73
Chapmanville35.957.8  WV 10 – ChapmanvilleInterchange
BooneDanville50.681.4  CR 85/8 (Riverside Drive) – Danville, Madison
  WV 85 south / Mountaineer Drive – Danville, Madison
Rock Creek52.083.7   WV 3 east / CR 119 (Skeens Drive) – Racinesouth end of WV 3 overlap
Julian57.292.1  WV 3 west – Julian, Hamlinnorth end of WV 3 overlap
LincolnPriestley65.6105.6   To WV 214 (Yeager Highway via CR 119/1) / CR 119 (Starlight Road) – Yawkey, Hamlin, Alum Creek
Kanawha71.3114.7  CR 214/10 (Childress Road) / Eagle Drive – Alum Creekto WV 214
Ruth72.5116.7   CR 13/14 (Willow Drive) / CR 11/2 (Ruth Road) (via WV 214)
Charleston73.9118.9  CR 214/8 (Green Road) / Terry Road (via WV 214)
75.4121.3  WV 601 (WV 214) / Davis Creek Road (CR 20) – South Charlestoninterchange
77.7125.0  CR 13/10 (Oakwood Road) – Kanawha State Forest
  To WV 61 (MacCorkle Avenue)Partial interchange
  I-64 west – HuntingtonSouth end of I-64 overlap; I-64 exit 58A
Kanawha River79.2127.5Eugene A. Carter Memorial Bridge
Charleston79.2127.5    I-64 to I-77 / I-79 – Parkersburg, BeckleyNorth end of I-64 overlap; access only from I-64 east off to US 119 north and US 119 south onto I-64 west; I-64 exit 58B
79.6128.1  US 60 east (Lee Street)
79.7128.3  US 60 west (Washington Street)
  I-79 – Charleston, ClarksburgI-79 exit 1
86.9139.9   WV 114 (Coopers Creek Road / CR 41) to I-79 – Yeager Airport
Elkview91.8147.7   CR 43 (Frame Road) to I-79
Clendenin100.4161.6  WV 4 east (Elk River Road) – ClayWestern terminus of WV 4
101.3163.0  CR 59 (Thorofare Road)
103.0165.8  To I-79 / Bufflick Road / CR 53 – Charleston, Clarksburg
RoaneCotton105.6169.9  CR 23 (Amma Road)
128.3206.5  WV 36 (Clay Road) – ClayNorthern terminus of WV 36
Spencer129.0207.6  US 33 west (Main Street) / Main StreetSouth end of US 33 overlap
CalhounLiberty Hill140.4226.0  CR 22 (Cabin Run)
142.1228.7  CR 18 (Adams Altizer Road)
Arnoldsburg143.2230.5   WV 16 south (South Calhoun Highway) to I-79 – ClaySouth end of WV 16 overlap
Millstone145.0233.4  WV 16 north – GrantsvilleNorth end of WV 16 overlap
Gilmer152.6245.6  CR 7 (Russett Road) – Grantsville
155.4250.1  CR 23
Normantown158.0254.3  CR 19 (Gassaway Road)
164.6264.9  CR 17 (Cedar Creek Road)
Glenville168.2270.7  WV 5 west (West Main Street) / East Main Street (CR 119/10) – GrantsvilleSouth end of WV 5 overlap
169.3272.5  WV 5 east – BurnsvilleNorth end of WV 5 overlap
171.1275.4  CR 1
176.5284.0  CR 26 (Ellis Road)
Linn178.3286.9  WV 47 west – Burnt HouseEastern terminus of WV 47
LewisCamden189.4304.8  CR 9 (Churchville Road)
Weston194.3312.7  CR 119/15 (Geelick Road) / Karl Street
195.4314.5North River Avenue (CR 1)
  US 19 south (Main Avenue) / East Second StreetSouth end of US 19 overlap
195.7314.9  US 19 north (Center Avenue) / East Third StreetNorth end of US 19 overlap
  I-79 – Charleston, ClarksburgI-79 exit 99; south end of US 48 overlap; western terminus of US 48
201.2323.8  CR 15 (Georgetown Road) / Horner Road
    US 33 east / US 48 east (Corridor H) / WV 20 south (North Locust Street) – Elkins, BuckhannonNorth end of US 33 / US 48 overlap; south end of WV 20 overlap
216.9349.1  WV 20 north (Clarksburg Road) – ClarksburgNorth end of WV 20 overlap
Barbour220.0354.1  CR 11 (Audra Park Road) – Audra State Park
228.2367.3   WV 57 west to I-79 – ClarksburgEastern terminus of WV 57
  US 250 Truck south (Blue and Gray Expressway) – Elkins
South end of US 250 Truck overlap
230.4370.8  US 250 south (Phillipi Covered Bridge / North Main Street) – ElkinsNorth end of US 250 Truck overlap; south end of US 250 overlap; northern terminus of US 250 Truck
232.4374.0  CR 22 (Lower Hackers Creek Road / Hackers Creek Road)
Corder Crossing233.7376.1  WV 76 west (Galloway Road) – GallowayEastern terminus of WV 76
Taylor240.7387.4  CR 13 (Simpson Road)
242.9390.9  US 250 north (Trap Springs Road) – FairmontNorth end of US 250 overlap
Grafton246.0395.9Barrett Street (CR 9) / Bridge Street
BluevilleGrafton line247.0397.5  US 50 (Northwestern Turnpike) / Blueville Drive (CR 119/37)
Monongalia259.8418.1   CR 119/13 (Gladesville Road) / CR 83 (Halleck Triune Road)
264.9426.3  CR 77 (Goshen Road)
   I-68 to I-79 – Cumberland MDI-68 exit 1
269.0432.9  CR 73 south (Smithtown Road)Northern terminus of CR 73
269.1433.1  CR 857 north (Green Bag Road)Southern terminus of CR 857
Morgantown270.6435.5Dorsey Avenue (CR 81)No allowed access from US 119 north to Dorsey Avenue or from Dorsey Avenue to US 119 south
271.0436.1    US 19 (Joseph C. Bartolo Memorial Bridge / University Avenue) / WV 7 west to I-79South end of WV 7 overlap; begin one-way segment; due to one-way streets, US 119 south has a short overlap with US 19
271.3436.6  WV 7 east (Walnut Street)North end of WV 7 overlap
271.5436.9  US 119 south (Willey Street) / Spruce StreetEnd one-way segment
271.7437.3Richwood Avenue
273.2439.7  WV 705 west / Eastwood Elementary SchoolRoundabout; eastern terminus of WV 705
273.9440.8   CR 857/30 south (Airport Boulevard) / CR 119 / Airport BoulevardSouth end of CR 857 overlap
EastonMorgantown line274.5441.8    CR 857 north (Cheat Road) to I-68 / CR 119/17 (Easton Mill Road)North end of CR 857 overlap
Jaco275.7443.7Stewartstown Road / Canyon Road (CR 67)
277.1445.9  CR 60 (Bakers Ridge Road)
Pennsylvania state line279.7450.1  US 119 northContinuation into Pennsylvania
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Google (October 28, 2008). "US 219 in Pennsylvania" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 28, 2008.
  2. ^ Rand McNally. Atlas. 1970.
  3. ^ https://www.arc.gov/images/programs/transp/ADHSFY2015StatusReport.pdf
  4. ^ a b c Bridge stamp listings. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. 2005.
  5. ^ Jenior, Pete. "Notes on yesterday's Pikeville Meet and Trip." Newsgroup posting. [1].
  6. ^ Elkins, H.B. "New US 119 in Kentucky." Newsgroup posting. [2].
  7. ^ "New sections of US 119 open this Wednesday." Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. December 8, 2006 "Archived copy". Archived from the original on December 9, 2006. Retrieved December 9, 2006.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link).
  8. ^ a b c d e f g Release Date Report. West Virginia Department of Transportation. August 2003.
  9. ^ "Official DMI Route Log". Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Commonwealth of Kentucky. Retrieved June 19, 2020.
  10. ^ "Google Maps Directions". Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 20, 2020.

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