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A Virginia Byway is a scenic road designated by the Commonwealth of Virginia as one that can introduce tourists to alternate destinations. According to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), there are over 3,000 miles (4,800 km) of scenic roads in Virginia, many of which have been designated as Virginia Byways.[1]

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The sign design, which features a cardinal, Virginia's state bird, was adopted in January 1975.[2]

List of Virginia BywaysEdit

County Route Destinations Endpoints Designated[3] Notes
Fairfax   SR 193 (Georgetown Pike) Great Falls Park SR 7 (Leesburg Pike) at Dranesville to SR 123 (Dolley Madison Boulevard) at Langley June 20, 1974[4] Very winding, highly used commuter route[citation needed]
Charles City / Henrico / James City   SR 5 (New Market Road / John Tyler Highway) James River plantations Richmond to Williamsburg August 21, 1975[5] part of U.S. Bike Route 76 east of SR 156
Albemarle   SR 20 (Scottsville Road) I-64 south of Charlottesville to James River in Scottsville August 19, 1976[6] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009) north of SR 53
Albemarle / Nelson    SR 6 / SR 151 (Irish Road / River Road / Rockfish Valley Highway / Critzers Shop Road)[7] SR 20 in Scottsville to US 250 near Critzers Shop August 19, 1976[6]
Nelson   SR 56 (Crabtree Falls Highway) Blue Ridge Parkway at Tye River Gap to SR 151 near Roseland August 19, 1976[6]
Nelson   SR 151 (Patrick Henry Highway / Rockfish Valley Highway) SR 56 near Roseland to SR 6 at Martins Store August 19, 1976[6]
Rockbridge   SR 39 (Maury River Road) US 11 near East Lexington to SR 42 in Goshen January 20, 1977[8]
Clarke / Frederick   SR 723 (Millwood Road / Carpers Valley Road) Boyce, Millwood US 17 / US 50 near Berrys to US 17 / US 50 southeast of Winchester July 14, 1977[9] former alignment of US 50
Bath / Rockbridge   SR 39 (Mountain Valley Road) Jordan Top, Panther Gap SR 42 in Goshen to West Virginia state line at Ryder Gap October 27, 1977[10]
Tazewell   SR 623 (Burkes Garden Road) SR 61 at Gratton to SR 667 in Burkes Garden June 22, 1979[11]
Albemarle / Nelson   US 250 (Ivy Road / Rockfish Gap Turnpike) US 29 near Charlottesville to Blue Ridge Parkway / Skyline Drive at Rockfish Gap December 17, 1981[12]
Culpeper / Fauquier   SR 802 (Springs Road) SR 229 near Jeffersonton to US 17 Bus. / US 29 Bus. in Warrenton September 15, 1983[13]
Fauquier / Loudoun    SR 245 (Old Tavern Road) / SR 626 (Halfway Road) The Plains US 17 at Old Tavern to Middleburg September 15, 1983[13] former alignment of US 15
Montgomery / Roanoke   SR 785 (Catawba Road / Blacksburg Road) SR 723 at Lusters Gate to SR 311 near Catawba May 15, 1986[14] part of U.S. Bike Route 76; former SR 114
Fluvanna / Goochland / Henrico    SR 6 / SR 650 (River Road) Scottsville to SR 150 near Tuckahoe January 15, 1987[15]
Amherst / Rockbridge   SR 130 (Elon Road / Wert Faulkner Highway) James River Gorge, Natural Bridge US 29 Bus. near Madison Heights to US 11 at Natural Bridge January 15, 1987[16]
Albemarle     SR 601 / SR 676 / SR 614 (Garth Road) Owensville US 29 / US 250 near Charlottesville to SR 810 at White Hall July 16, 1987[17] part of U.S. Bike Route 76
Albemarle / Orange   SR 20 (Stony Point Road / Constitution Highway) US 250 east of Charlottesville to US 15 in Orange November 19, 1987[18] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009)
Albemarle / Louisa / Orange    SR 22 (Louisa Road) / SR 231 (Gordonsville Road) US 250 at Shadwell to US 15 / US 33 in Gordonsville November 19, 1987[18] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009)
Loudoun   
   US 15 / US 15 Bus. (James Monroe Highway / King Street)
Leesburg US 50 at Gilberts Corner to Potomac River at Point of Rocks, MD May 19, 1988[19] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009)
Loudoun    SR 662 (Woodgrove Road / Clarkes Gap Road) / SR 665 (Loyalty Road) Waterford SR 9 at Paeonian Springs to SR 663 at Taylorstown May 19, 1988[19]
Loudoun    SR 719 (Stoney Point Road) / SR 690 (Mountain Road) Hillsboro Round Hill to SR 673 near Elvan May 19, 1988[19]
Loudoun   SR 734 (Snickersville Turnpike) Philomont SR 7 near Bluemont to US 50 at Aldie May 19, 1988[19] part of the first toll road in the U.S.
Loudoun   SR 704 (Harmony Church Road) SR 7 Bus. in Hamilton to US 15 near Virts Corner May 19, 1988[19]
Madison / Orange / Rappahannock    SR 231 (Blue Ridge Turnpike / F.T. Valley Road) / SR 687 (Fairground Road) US 33 in Gordonsville to US 522 near Sperryville August 18, 1988[20] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009) south of SR 20 at Old Somerset; followed SR 231 from Pratts to Madison until September 21, 1995[21]
Halifax    SR 654 (Greens Folly Road) / SR 659 (River Road) US 501 near Centerville to SR 688 at Brooklyn July 20, 1989[22]
Chesterfield, Powhatan, City of Richmond    SR 673 (Old Gun Road) / SR 711 (Robious Road / Huguenot Trail) SR 147 in Richmond to US 522 at Jefferson February 15, 1990[23]
Powhatan   SR 617 (Old River Trail) SR 711 near Jefferson to US 522 at Michaux February 15, 1990[23]
Fairfax   SR 5734 (Old Reston Avenue) SR 6363 (Temporary Road) to SR 675 (Sunset Hills Road) in Reston March 21, 1990[24]
Rappahannock      SR 628 / SR 606 / SR 641 (Fodderstack Road) / SR 647 (Crest Hill Road) Flint Hill Washington to Rappahannock River (Fauquier County line) May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke    SR 255 (Bishop Meade Road) / SR 624 (Red Gate Road) Millwood US 340 at Briggs to Warren County line near Milldale May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke     SR 627 (Carters Line Road) / SR 622 (Bordens Spring Road) / SR 626 (Nelson Road) SR 658 near White Post to SR 624 May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke   SR 628 (Berrys Ferry Road) US 340 near White Post to SR 626 May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke    SR 655 (Ginns Road / Salem Church Road) / SR 620 (Pyletown Road / Browntown Road) SR 644 near Lost Corner to SR 255 near Millwood May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke    SR 652 (Janeville Road) / SR 633 (Annfield Road) SR 620 near Pyletown to US 340 near Briggs May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke    SR 651 (Clay Hill Road) / SR 621 (Tilthammer Mill Road) SR 255 near Claytonville to SR 723 near Berrys May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke   SR 608 (Parshall Road / Wickliffe Road) Webbtown SR 621 to West Virginia state line near Wickliffe May 17, 1990[25]
Clarke   SR 612 (Shepherds Mill Road) SR 608 to US 340 near Gaylord May 17, 1990[25] part of former SR 276
Botetourt / Craig / Giles     SR 42 (Blue Grass Trail / Cumberland Gap Road) / SR 615 (Craig Creek Road) / SR 43 (Narrow Passage Road / Parkway Drive) Buchanan, Eagle Rock, New Castle US 460 near Newport to Blue Ridge Parkway at Bearwallow Gap December 20, 1990[26]
Alleghany / Craig / Roanoke   SR 311 (Catawba Valley Drive / Paint Bank Road / Kanawha Trail) Catawba, Crows, New Castle, Paint Bank SR 419 at Hanging Rock to WV 311 near White Sulphur Springs, WV December 20, 1990[26]
Alleghany   SR 159 (Dunlap Creek Road) SR 311 at Crows to I-64 / US 60 near Callaghan December 20, 1990[26]
Alleghany / Botetourt    SR 621 (Roaring Run Road) / SR 616 (Rich Patch Road) Rich Patch SR 615 at Strom to SR 696 in Low Moor December 20, 1990[26]
Northumberland   SR 679 (Crosshills Road) SR 200 near Wicomico Church to SR 200 at Carlson Store March 20, 1991[27] former alignment of SR 200
Northumberland   SR 605 (Balls Neck Road) Ball's Neck SR 200 near Mount Olive to Hughlett Point Natural Area Preserve March 20, 1991[27]
Northumberland   SR 669 (Waddeys Road / Apple Grove Road / Prentice Creek Road / Bluff Point Road) Bluff Point Neck SR 605 at Waddeys to dead end beyond Byrdton March 20, 1991[27]
Lancaster / Northumberland   SR 607 (Ditchley Road) SR 200 near Good Luck to Ditchley March 20, 1991[27]
Northumberland   SR 608 (Bluff Point Road / Jarvis Point Road) Bluff Point Neck SR 200 near Kilmarnock to dead end near Chesapeake Bay March 20, 1991[27]
Tazewell    SR 667 (Medley Valley Road) / SR 727 (West End Road) Burkes Garden SR 623 to SR 623 in Burkes Garden February 20, 1992[28]
Tazewell    SR 625 (Banks Ridge Road) / SR 666 (Gose Mill Road) Burkes Garden SR 623 in Burkes Garden to SR 623 at Gose Mill February 20, 1992[28]
Northumberland         SR 636 / SR 694 (Avalon Lane) / SR 604 (Sydnors Millpond Road) / SR 640 (Hull Neck Road) / SR 646 (Folly Road) / SR 645 (Gonyon Road) / SR 644 (Hacks Neck Road / Ferry Road / Sunny Bank Road / Blackberry Road) Sunny Bank Ferry US 360 near Avalon to SR 657 in Reedville March 3, 1992[29] runs as close to the Potomac River as possible without retracing
Northumberland   SR 643 (Vir-Mar Beach Road) SR 644 to Vir-Mar Beach March 3, 1992[29]
Northumberland   SR 649 (Flood Point Road) SR 644 near Ophelia to dead end near Little Wicomico River March 3, 1992[29]
Northumberland    SR 657 (Fleeton Road) / US 360 (Main Street) dead end at Fleeton to SR 644 in Reedville March 3, 1992[29]
Clarke   SR 622 (Bordens Spring Road / Swift Shoals Road) SR 658 at Stone Bridge to US 50 near Berrys June 18, 1992[30]
Bland / Wythe    US 52 (Scenic Highway / Stony Fork Road) / SR 717 (Krenning Road) I-77 near Bland to I-77 near Carnot September 17, 1992[31]
Bland   SR 617 (Waddletown Road) US 52 near Bland to US 52 near Effna September 17, 1992[31]
Bedford / Campbell   SR 43 (Bedford Highway / Leesville Road / Glenwood Drive / Virginia Byway / Peaks Road) Bedford SR 43 near Altavista to Blue Ridge Parkway at Peaks of Otter December 17, 1992[32]
Lee / Russell / Tazewell / Wise Trail of the Lonesome Pine:
      
       US 19 / SR 71 / US 58 Alt. / SR 70 / US 23 / SR 160
West Virginia state line in Bluefield to Tennessee state line near Blackwater; Norton to Kentucky state line at Pound Gap; Appalachia to Kentucky state line at Black Mountain March 8, 1993[33] follows business routes in Tazewell, Lebanon, Norton-Big Stone Gap, Wise, Pound
Lee / Scott Daniel Boone Heritage Trail:
   US 23 / US 58
Tennessee state line near Weber City to Tennessee state line at Cumberland Gap March 8, 1993[33]
Northampton    SR 600 (Seaside Road) / SR 603 (Willis Wharf Road) Nassawadox US 13 at Kiptopeke to US 13 Bus. in Exmore February 17, 1994[34]
Fairfax   SR 645 (Clifton Road) Clifton Virginia State Route 620 (Braddock Road) near Centreville to SR 123 (Ox Road) at Donovans Corner April 20, 1994[35]
Rockbridge   SR 663 (River Road) US 501 near Buena Vista to US 501 near Glasgow June 23, 1994[36] parallels the Maury River
Scott / Wise   SR 72 (Dungannon Road / Hanging Rock Parkway) Hanging Rock Coeburn to Dungannon March 9, 1995[37]
Amelia / Appomattox / Buckingham / Cumberland / Dinwiddie / Prince Edward Lee's Retreat Appomattox Campaign battlefields SR 613 at Five Forks to US 460 in Appomattox March 20, 1995[38] roughly traces the path taken by Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia on April 1–9, 1865, from its defeat in the Battle of Five Forks to its surrender at the Battle of Appomattox Court House
Prince William   SR 646 (Aden Road) SR 619 (Joplin Road) at Independent Hill to SR 28 (Nokesville Road) July 11, 2017[39]
Russell   SR 640 (River Road / Reeds Valley Road / Middle Valley Road / Long Hollow Road / River Mountain Road / Clifton Farm Road) St. Paul to SR 770 near Wardell March 5, 1996[40] part of the Heart of Appalachia Bike Route
Fauquier   SR 688 (Leeds Manor Road) US 17 near Paris to US 211 near Waterloo September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier    SR 55 (John Marshall Highway) / SR F185 (Grove Lane) Thoroughfare Gap to Linden September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier    SR 712 (Delaplane Grade Road) / SR 623 (Rokeby Road) US 50 at Upperville to US 17 at Delaplane September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 710 (Rectortown Road) SR 712 at Kerfoot to U.S. Route 17 Business / SR 55 in Marshall September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 713 (Atoka Road) US 50 at Atoka to SR 710 near Rectortown September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier / Loudoun   SR 709 (Zulla Road) US 50 near Middleburg to SR 55 at Brookes Corner September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 702 (Frogtown Road / Rock Hill Mill Road) SR 710 near Rectortown to SR 709 near Zulla September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 628 (Blantyre Road) SR 55 near Broad Run to US 17 at Bethel September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 691 (Carters Run Road / Wilson Road / Old Waterloo Road) US 17 near Marshall to SR 688 near Waterloo September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 647 (Crest Hill Road) SR 721 near Marshall to SR 688 at Jerrys Shop September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 635 (Hume Road) SR 688 at Hume to SR 647 near Ada September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier     SR 733 / SR 738 / SR 689 (Wilson Road) SR 647 near Vernon Mills to SR 691 near Dudie September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier   SR 678 (Old Waterloo Road) SR 691 near Waterloo to US 211 in Warrenton September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier     SR 670 (Old Auburn Road) / SR 667 (Old Dumfries Road) / SR 806 (Elk Run Road) Catlett SR 643 near Warrenton to US 17 at Morrisville September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier    SR 602 (Rogues Road) / SR 616 (Casanova Road / Bristersburg Road) SR 670 at Auburn to SR 806 at Bristersburg September 19, 1996[41]
Fauquier       SR 651 (Sumerduck Road / Freemans Ford Road) / SR 660 (St. Pauls Road) / SR 661 (Botha Road) / SR 651 (Lees Mill Road) / SR 687 (Opal Road) Remington US 17 near Goldvein to SR 802 at Fauquier White Sulphur Springs September 19, 1996[41] parallels the Rappahannock River
Alleghany / Bath   SR 629 (Douthat State Park Road) Douthat State Park I-64 / US 60 / US 60 Bus. at Cliftondale Park to SR 39 near Bath Alum March 2, 1997[42]
Fairfax   SR 612 (Yates Ford Road) SR 645 (Clifton Road) near Clifton to SR 641 (Chapel Road) near Butts Corner March 3, 1997[43]
King George   SR 218 (Caledon Road / Windsor Drive / Tetotum Road) SR 605 near Passapatanzy to SR 206 at Berthaville; US 301 near Owens to SR 205 near Tetotum March 20, 1997[44]
Shenandoah / Warren   SR 55 (John Marshall Highway / Strasburg Road) Frederick County line at Star Tannery to Strasburg; Strasburg to Front Royal; Front Royal to Fauquier County line at Linden June 12, 1997[45]
Rockbridge   US 11 (Lee Highway) Lexington to SR 130 at Natural Bridge December 18, 1997[46]
Augusta / Rockbridge   SR 56 (Tye River Turnpike) Blue Ridge Parkway at Tye River Gap to US 11 at Steeles Tavern December 18, 1997[46] part of U.S. Bike Route 76
James City    SR 614 (Centerville Road / Greensprings Road) / SR 359 (Jamestown Festival Parkway) SR 5000 near Green Spring Plantation to Colonial Parkway near Jamestown December 18, 1997[47]
Spotsylvania   SR 618 (River Road) SR 3 at Chancellorsville to SR 639 near Fredericksburg December 18, 1997[48]
Lancaster      SR 354 (River Road) / SR 604 (Ottoman Ferry Road / Merry Point Road) / SR 3 (Mary Ball Road) / SR 200 (Irvington Road / Jesse Dupont Memorial Highway)[49] Kilmarnock, Merry Point Ferry, White Stone SR 3 near Litwalton to Northumberland County line near Rehoboth Church April 16, 1998[50] loops through White Stone and crosses itself in Kilmarnock
Franklin    SR 602 (Callaway Road / Ferrum Mountain Road) / SR 623 (Ingramville Road / Fair Stone Park Road) Callaway, Ferrum Roanoke County line at Adney Gap to Patrick County line near Fairy Stone State Park November 19, 1998[51]
Floyd / Franklin   SR 640 (Franklin Pike / Five Mile Mountain Road / Rock Ridge Road / Six Mile Post Road) Blue Ridge Parkway near Fivemile Mountain to SR 40 near Rocky Mount November 19, 1998[51]
Franklin   SR 748 (Turners Creek Road) SR 640 near Fivemile Mountain to SR 40 near Ferrum November 19, 1998[51]
Fairfax   SR 659 (Union Mill Road) SR 658 (Compton Road) near Clifton to SR 620 (Braddock Road) near Centreville March 25, 1999[52]
Culpeper / Orange   SR 615 (Rapidan Road) SR 20 Bus. in Orange to SR 614 at Rapidan September 15, 1999[53]
Loudoun    SR 673 / SR 681 (Milltown Road) SR 287 in Lovettsville to SR 698 near Waterford September 15, 1999[54]
Loudoun     SR 722 (Lincoln Road) / SR 728 (North Fork Road) / SR 731 (Watermill Road) Purcellville to SR 734 near Mountville September 15, 1999[55]
Smyth / Tazewell      
    SR 16 (Sugar Grove Highway / Park Boulevard / B.F. Buchanan Highway) / US 19 Bus. / US 460 Bus. (Crab Orchard Road)
Hungry Mother State Park, Marion SR 650 at Dickey Gap to US 19 / US 460 at Pisgah January 20, 2000[56]
Fairfax   SR 743 (Colvin Run Road) SR 7 to SR 7 through Colvin Run March 9, 2000[57] former alignment of SR 7
Mathews           SR 600 (Circle Drive) / SR 14 (New Point Comfort Highway) / SR 198 / SR 642 (Buckley Hall Road) / SR 643 (Haven Beach Road) / SR 613 (Knights Woods Road) / SR 611 (Garden Creek Road) / SR 609 (Bethel Beach Road) / SR 608 (Hamburg Road) Mathews SR 14 at Bavon to SR 14 at Port Haywood April 20, 2000[58] loop from Bavon through Port Haywood to Mathews and back around to Port Haywood
Mathews     SR 617 (North River Road) / SR 660 / SR 685 (East River Road) SR 14 at North to Mobjack April 20, 2000[58]
Mathews   SR 618 (Cardinal Road) SR 617 to SR 660 near Cardinal April 20, 2000[58]
Culpeper / Rappahannock   US 522 (Sperryville Pike / Lee Highway / Zachary Taylor Highway) US 15 Bus. in Culpeper to SR 635 near Chester Gap April 20, 2000[59]
Washington   SR 91 (Monroe Road / Mountain City Road) I-81 near Old Glade Spring to Tennessee state line near Damascus September 21, 2000[60]
Grayson / Smyth / Washington    US 58 (J.E.B. Stuart Highway) / SR 603 (Konnarock Road / Laurel Valley Road / Fairwood Road) SR 91 at Laureldale to SR 16 in Troutdale September 21, 2000[60] part of U.S. Bike Route 76
Grayson / Smyth   SR 600 (Whitetop Road / Green Cove Road) Elk Garden, Whitetop Mountain SR 603 near Konnarock to North Carolina state line near Nella, NC September 21, 2000[60]
Loudoun    
    SR 7 Bus. (Colonial Highway) / SR 699 (Dry Mill Road) / SR 7 Bus. (Loudoun Street)
Clarks Gap SR 704 in Hamilton to US 15 Bus. in Leesburg November 16, 2000[61]
Fairfax   SR 643 (Henderson Road) SR 645 (Clifton Road) near Clifton to SR 123 (Ox Road) near Burke Lake March 13, 2001[62]
Shenandoah   US 11 (Old Valley Pike) US 211 in New Market to SR 55 in Strasburg June 21, 2001[63]
Shenandoah    SR 675 (Camp Roosevelt Road / Edinburg Gap Road / Stoney Creek Road / Wolf Gap Road) / SR 717 (Liberty Furnace Road / Alum Springs Road) Columbia Furnace, Edinburg, Edinburg Gap SR 730 near Camp Roosevelt Recreation Area to SR 263 at Basye June 21, 2001[63]
Shenandoah   SR 263 (Orkney Grade) Basye Orkney Springs to US 11 in Mount Jackson June 21, 2001[63]
Shenandoah     SR 623 (Back Road) / SR 42 (Senedo Road) / SR 767 (Quicksburg Road) Columbia Furnace, Forestville SR 55 near Lebanon Church to US 11 near Quicksburg June 21, 2001[63]
Shenandoah   SR 614 (Middle Road) SR 42 / SR 767 at Forestville to US 11 at Bowmans Crossing June 21, 2001[63]
Frederick / Shenandoah    SR 600 (Saumsville Road / Zepp Road / Oates Road) / SR 604 (Star Tannery Road) Fetzer Gap, Saumsville US 11 near Maurertown to SR 55 at Star Tannery June 21, 2001[63]
Fauquier   US 17 (Winchester Road) US 50 at Paris to I-66 near Delaplane September 20, 2001[64]
Rockbridge    SR 252 (Brownsburg Turnpike) / SR 606 (Raphine Road) SR 39 at Cedar Grove to US 11 at Steeles Tavern September 20, 2001[65] part of U.S. Bike Route 76
Blue Ridge Parkway / Skyline Drive North Carolina state line near Low Gap to US 340 near Front Royal March 4, 2002[66] also a National Scenic Byway (designated September 2005)
George Washington Memorial Parkway Mount Vernon to I-495 near McLean March 4, 2002[66] also a National Scenic Byway (designated September 2005)
Colonial Parkway Colonial Williamsburg Historic Jamestowne to Yorktown Battlefield Visitor Center March 4, 2002[66] also a National Scenic Byway (designated September 2005); part of U.S. Bike Route 76
Caroline / Spotsylvania    SR 606 (Stonewall Jackson Road) / SR 607 (Guinea Station Road) Stonewall Jackson Shrine SR 2 at Locks Corner to US 1 near Massaponax March 21, 2002[67]
Wythe     US 52 (Fort Chiswell Road) / SR 121 (Max Meadows Road) / SR 610 (Peppers Ferry Road) Max Meadows Carroll County line near Poplar Camp to Wytheville March 21, 2002[67]
Wythe      SR 619 (Austinville Road / Huddle Road / Gleaves Road / Saint Peters Road) / SR 749 (Cedar Springs Road) / SR 90 / SR 680 (Black Lick Road) Rural Retreat, Speedwell US 52 near Laswell to US 52 at Favonia March 21, 2002[67]
Loudoun   SR 9 (Charles Town Pike) SR 7 at Clarks Gap to West Virginia state line at Keys Gap March 21, 2002[67]
Loudoun   SR 671 (Harpers Ferry Road) SR 9 at Mechanicsville to US 340 near Loudoun Heights March 21, 2002[67] former SR 275
King and Queen   SR 14 (The Trail) SR 33 at Shacklefords to US 360 at St. Stephens Church March 21, 2002[67]
Fairfax   SR 674 (Hunter Mill Road) SR 123 (Chain Bridge Road) at Oakton to SR 606 (Baron Cameron Avenue) at Browns Chapel March 22, 2002[68]
Caroline / King and Queen   SR 721 (Newtown Road / Sparta Road) US 360 at St. Stephens Church to US 301 / SR 2 near DeJarnette June 20, 2002[69] former extension of SR 14
Westmoreland    SR 3 (Kings Highway) / SR 622 (Panorama Road / Currioman Road) Montross SR 205 at Oak Grove to Currioman Landing August 15, 2002[70]
Westmoreland   SR 204 (Popes Creek Road) SR 3 at Wakefield Corner to George Washington Birthplace National Monument August 15, 2002[70]
Westmoreland   SR 347 (State Park Road) SR 3 at Baynesville to Westmoreland State Park August 15, 2002[70]
Westmoreland    SR 214 / SR 609 (Stratford Hall Road) Stratford Hall SR 3 at Lerty to SR 622 near Chisford August 15, 2002[70]
City of Virginia Beach Green Sea Byway:
Sandpiper Road / Sandbridge Road (former SR 629) / New Bridge Road (former SR 625) / Indian River Road (former SR 603) / Muddy Creek Road (former SR 603) / Nanneys Creek Road (former SR 603) / Mill Landing Road (former SR 622) / Morris Neck Road (former SR 621)
Sandbridge Beach Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge to Princess Anne Road at Creeds January 16, 2003[71] semicircle around Back Bay
City of Virginia Beach Green Sea Byway:
Princess Anne Road (former SR 615) / Pungo Ferry Road (former SR 726) / Blackwater Road (former SR 608)
North Carolina state line near Munden to North Carolina state line near Vine January 16, 2003[71]
Fairfax    SR 611 / SR 825 (Old Colchester Road) US 1 at Pohick to Occoquan River at Colchester March 16, 2003[72]
New Kent    SR 249 (New Kent Highway) / SR 609 (Old Church Road / Talleysville Road) New Kent, Talleysville SR 33 at Angelview Church to SR 608 near White House May 15, 2003[73]
New Kent    SR 608 (Old River Road) / SR 606 (Old Church Road) Tunstall Station SR 155 / SR 249 at Carps Corner to SR 609 near Talleysville May 15, 2003[73]
Louisa   SR 613 (Poindexter Road / Oakland Road / Goldmine Road / Mansfield Road) Green Springs Historic District US 250 near Zion Crossroads to US 522 / SR 208 at Wares Crossroads March 18, 2004[74]
Fairfax   SR 660 (Fairfax Station Road) SR 612 (Colchester Road) near Clifton to SR 123 (Ox Road) at Fairfax Station April 12, 2004[75]
Fairfax   SR 609 (Pleasant Valley Road) US 29 (Lee Highway) at Bull Run to SR 8526 (Blue Spring Drive) near Pleasant Valley April 12, 2004[76]
Caroline / Essex   US 17 (Tidewater Trail) Tappahannock to Spotsylvania County line near New Post April 12, 2004[77] parallels the Rappahannock River
Lancaster   SR 614 (Devils Bottom Road) SR 3 near Brook Vale to SR 604 near Merry Point April 15, 2004[78]
Brunswick    SR 903 (Hendricks Mill Road) / SR 626 (Robinson Ferry Road / Gasburg Road) Mecklenburg County line near Joyceville to SR 46 at Bowens Corner June 17, 2004[79]
Clarke / Loudoun   SR 601 (Blue Ridge Mountain Road) Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center SR 7 at Snickers Gap to US 17 / US 50 at Ashby Gap July 15, 2004[80] runs atop the Blue Ridge
Frederick   SR 661 (Redbud Road) US 11 near Winchester to SR 660 near Burnt Factory September 16, 2004[81]
Brunswick   SR 46 (Christanna Highway) Lawrenceville North Carolina state line near Bowens Corner to Nottoway County line near Fort Pickett November 18, 2004[82]
Clarke   SR 638 (Howellsville Road) US 17 / US 50 at Berrys to Warren County line near Howellsville January 20, 2005[83] parallels the Shenandoah River
Clarke     SR 606 (River Road) / SR 649 (Frogtown Road) / SR 606 (Mount Carmel Road) Frogtown SR 7 at Castlemans Ferry to US 17 / US 50 near Berrys[84] January 20, 2005[83]
Clarke   SR 658 (White Post Road / Sugar Hill Road) US 340 near White Post to Warren County line near Stone Bridge January 20, 2005[83]
Patrick   
   US 58 / US 58 Bus. (J.E.B. Stuart Highway)
SR 8 north of Stuart to Blue Ridge Parkway at Meadows of Dan May 19, 2005[85]
Page   SR 675 (Bixlers Ferry Road / Fort Valley Road) US 340 Bus. in Luray to Shenandoah County line near Camp Roosevelt Recreation Area May 19, 2005[85]
Page   SR 615 (Egypt Bend Road / Longs Road) SR 675 northwest of Luray to US 211 / US 340 west of Salem May 19, 2005[85] parallels the Shenandoah River
Nelson   SR 664 (Beech Grove Road) Beech Grove SR 151 near Wintergreen to Blue Ridge Parkway at Reeds Gap May 19, 2005[85]
Appomattox / Charlotte / Mecklenburg / Prince Edward   SR 47 (Thomas Jefferson Highway / Craftons Gate Highway) Charlotte Court House, Chase City, Drakes Branch US 460 Bus. in Pamplin City to US 1 in South Hill January 18, 2006[86]
Warren   US 340 (Stonewall Jackson Highway) Skyline Drive near Front Royal to Page County line at Overall February 15, 2006[87] parallels the South Fork Shenandoah River
Mecklenburg   SR 903 (Goodes Ferry Road) US 58 in South Hill to Brunswick County line near Joyceville May 17, 2006[88]
Campbell / Charlotte     SR 40 (Patrick Henry Highway / Wickliffe Avenue) / SR 600 (Mount Calvary Road) / SR 619 (Patrick Henry Road) Phenix SR 47 in Charlotte Court House to SR 677 near Patrick Henry National Memorial July 20, 2006[89]
Charlotte      SR 637 (Saxkey Road) / SR 612 (Hermon Road) / SR 641 (Mulberry Hill Road) / SR 607 (River Road) SR 47 / SR 59 in Drakes Branch to SR 746 near Randolph July 20, 2006[89]
Halifax    SR 344 (Macdonald Road / Scottsburg Road) / SR 360 (Bethel Road / Mountain Road) Halifax, Scottsburg Staunton River State Park to Pittsylvania County line near Ingram July 20, 2006[89]
Buchanan / Dickenson / Lee / Russell / Scott / Tazewell / Wise Virginia Coal Heritage Trail:
324.62 miles (522.43 km) of road in southwestern Virginia
Pocahontas to St. Paul March 19, 2007[90]
Culpeper / Fauquier / Loudoun / Madison / Orange / Prince William   US 15 (James Monroe Highway / James Madison Highway / Lee Highway) US 50 at Gilberts Corner to SR 20 in Orange May 17, 2007[91] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009); follows business routes in Warrenton, Remington, and Culpeper
Fairfax   SR 5590 (Newman Road) SR 645 (Clifton Road) in Clifton to SR 612 (Colchester Road) March 7, 2008[92]
Page       US 340 / SR 616 (Leaksville Road) / SR 636 (Wampler Drive) / SR 650 (River Road / Grove Hill River Road) / US 340 Luray Warren County line at Overall to Rockingham County line at Verbena April 17, 2008[93]
Page   US 211 (Lee Highway) Luray Rappahannock County line at New Market Gap to Shenandoah County line at Thornton Gap April 17, 2008[93]
Albemarle / City of Charlottesville   SR 20 US 250 east of Charlottesville to I-64 south of Charlottesville November 20, 2008[94] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009); this addition filled the gap through Charlottesville
Albemarle   SR 53 (Thomas Jefferson Parkway) Monticello Fluvanna County line near Lake Monticello to SR 20 near Charlottesville November 20, 2008[94] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009) west of SR 729
Albemarle    SR 729 (Milton Road) / US 250 (Richmond Road) SR 53 near Milton to SR 22 at Shadwell November 20, 2008[94] part of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway (designated October 16, 2009)
Fairfax   SR 654 (Popes Head Road) SR 645 (Clifton Road) near Clifton to SR 123 (Ox Road) near Fairfax Station February 25, 2009[95]
Loudoun   SR 751 (Cider Mill Road) SR 9 to SR 719 near Hillsboro May 21, 2009[96]
Rappahannock   SR 729 (Ben Venue Road) US 522 at Flint Hill to US 211 at Ben Venue July 16, 2009[97] part of former SR 242
Dickenson    SR 631 (Brush Creek Road) / SR 611 (South of the Mountain Road / Blowing Rock Road / Bartlick Road) Bartlick, Blowing Rock, Isom SR 83 in Clintwood to SR 80 near Haysi November 19, 2009[98]
Craig / Giles    SR 635 (Big Stony Creek Road) / SR 600 (Waiteville Road) US 460 near Pembroke to SR 311 in Paint Bank September 15, 2010[99] Whistle Stop Byway; mostly follows the former Big Stony Railway (Norfolk and Western Railway); connected through Monroe County, West Virginia by CR 17
Fairfax   SR 658 (Compton Road) SR 621 (Bull Run Post Office Road) near Bull Run to SR 645 (Clifton Road) near Clifton March 15, 2011[100]
Albemarle / Nelson    SR 617 (Rockfish River Road) / SR 800 (Schuyler Road) US 29 / SR 6 near Woods Mill to SR 6 near Schuyler April 20, 2011[101]
Bedford / Campbell   SR 24 (Colonial Highway / Wyatts Way) Caryswood, Evington, Flat Creek Rural Historic District US 29 at Yellow Branch to SR 43 at Gillespie October 17, 2012[102]
Rappahannock   SR 729 (Richmond Road) Meadow Grove Farm US 211 at Ben Venue to SR 618 at Newbys Crossroads February 19, 2014[103] part of former SR 242
Prince Edward   SR 696 (Green Bay Road) US 360 at Green Bay to US 460 near Farmville former SR 135
Accomack / Northampton   SR 600 (Seaside Road) SR 603 near Exmore to SR 182 at Mappsburg
Accomack      
      SR 180 (Pungoteague Road / Wachapreague Road) / SR 605 (Drummondtown Road / Seaside Road) / US 13 Bus. (Tasley Road) / SR 126 (Fairgrounds Road) / SR 179 (Market Street)
Keller, Wachapreague SR 178 at Pungoteague to SR 1023 in Onancock

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Virginia's Scenic Byways". Virginia Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 2, 2009.
  2. ^ State Highway and Transportation Commission (January 16, 1975). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 24.
  3. ^ Mobility Management Division (July 1, 2003). "Designated Interstate and Primary Route Numbers, Named Highways, Named Bridges and Designated Virginia Byways" (PDF). Virginia Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 2, 2009.
  4. ^ State Highway Commission of Virginia (June 20, 1974). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 144.
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  7. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 21, 1989). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Abingdon, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 31. Whereas, the Virginia Byway designation on existing state Route 6 will carry over to the renumbered state Route 151
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  9. ^ State Highway and Transportation Commission (July 14, 1977). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 3.
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  11. ^ State Highway and Transportation Commission (June 22, 1979). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 35.
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  20. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (August 18, 1988). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 20.
  21. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 21, 1995). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 30.
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  24. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Old Reston Avenue in Reston as a Virginia byway". Act No. 166 of 1990.: "§ 1. Notwithstanding § 33.1-62 of the Code of Virginia, for the purposes of Article 5 (§ 33.1-62 et seq.) of Title 33.1 of the Code of Virginia, that portion of Old Reston Avenue located within the community of Reston and running between Old Temporary Road and the Washington and Old Dominion Regional Park shall be considered a Virginia byway."
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  26. ^ a b c d Commonwealth Transportation Board (December 20, 1990). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 32.
  27. ^ a b c d e "An Act to designate a portion of roadway running through Ball's Neck in Northumberland County as a Virginia byway". Act No. 326 of 1991.
  28. ^ a b Commonwealth Transportation Board (February 20, 1992). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 35.
  29. ^ a b c d "An Act to designate portions of certain highways in Northumberland County as a Virginia byway". Act No. 97 of 1992.: "§ 1. Notwithstanding § 33.1-62 of the Code of Virginia, for the purposes of Article 5 (§ 33.1-62 et seq.) of Chapter 1 of Title 33.1 of the Code of Virginia, the following portions of highways in Northumberland county shall be considered a Virginia byway: Virginia Route 636, from its intersection with U.S. Route 360, east to its intersection with Virginia Route 694, from that point south to its intersection with Virginia Route 604; Virginia Route 604, from that point generally eastward to its intersection with Virginia Route 640; Virginia Route 640, from that point south to its intersection with Virginia Route 646; Virginia Route 646, from that point east to its intersection with Virginia Route 645; Virginia Route 645, from that point generally northeastward to its intersection with Virginia Route 644; Virginia Route 644, from that point to its intersection with Virginia Route 643; Virginia Route 643 from that point to its terminus, then returning to Virginia Route 644 and continuing east to its intersection with Virginia Route 649; Virginia Route 649 from that point to its terminus, then returning to Virginia Route 644 and continuing generally southeastward, crossing the Little Wincomico[sic] River by means of the Sunnybank Ferry, and continuing along Virginia Route 644 to its intersection with Virginia Route 652; Virginia Route 652, from that point east to its intersection with Virginia Route 644; Virginia Route 644, from that point south to its intersection with Virginia Route 657; Virginia Route 657, from that point south to its terminus at Fleeton, then returning north along Virginia Route 657, past its intersection with Virginia Route 644, to its intersection with U.S. Route 360; and U.S. Route 360, from that point south to its terminus in Reedville."
  30. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 18, 1992). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 17.
  31. ^ a b Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 17, 1992). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 34.
  32. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (December 17, 1992). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 26.
  33. ^ a b "An Act to designate the Trail of the Lonesome Pine and the Daniel Boone Heritage Trail as Virginia byways". Act No. 84 of 1993.: "§ 1. Notwithstanding § 33.1-62 of the Code of Virginia, for the purposes of Article 5 (§ 33.1-62 et seq.) of Chapter 1 of Title 33.1 of the Code of Virginia, Route 19 from Bluefield to Route 19 Business northeast of Tazewell; thence via Route 19 Business to Route 19 west of Tazewell; thence via Route 19 to Claypool Hill and Rosedale to Route 71 in Lebanon; thence via Route 71 to Route 58 Alternate at Dickensonville; thence via Route 58 Alternate to Coeburn, Norton, Appalachia, Big Stone Gap, and Pennington Gap to Route 58 in Jonesville; thence via Route 58 to Route 70 in Jonesville; thence via Route 70 to the Tennessee/Virginia boundary; also Route 23 from Norton to Route 23 Business south of Wise; thence via Route 23 Business to Route 23 north of Wise; thence via Route 23 to Route 23 Business south of Pound; thence via Route 23 Business to Route 23 in Pound; thence via Route 23 to the Kentucky/Virginia boundary; also Route 160 from Appalachia to the Kentucky/Virginia boundary, designated by Chapter 343 of the Acts of Assembly of 1930 as the Trail of the Lonesome Pine, and Route 23-58 from the Tennessee/Virginia boundary south of Weber City to its junction with Route 23-58 south of Duffield; thence via Route 58 to the Kentucky/Virginia boundary at Cumberland Gap, designated by Chapter 83 of the Acts of Assembly of 1988 as the Daniel Boone Heritage Trail, shall be considered Virginia byways."
  34. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (February 17, 1994). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 32.
  35. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Virginia Route 645 as a scenic highway and Virginia byway". Act No. 908 of 1994.
  36. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 23, 1994). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Herndon, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 28.
  37. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Virginia Route 72 as a Virginia byway". Act No. 148 of 1995.
  38. ^ "An Act to designate certain highways as Virginia byways". Act No. 480 of 1995.
  39. ^ "Prince William joins the ranks of other areas with Virginia Scenic Byways". potomaclocal.com. 11 July 2017. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  40. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Virginia Route 640 as a scenic highway and Virginia byway". Act No. 90 of 1996.
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  42. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Virginia Route 629 a Virginia byway". Act No. 53 of 1997.
  43. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Yates Ford Road in Fairfax County as a scenic highway and Virginia byway". Act No. 97 of 1997.
  44. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (March 20, 1997). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 21.
  45. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 12, 1997). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 35.
  46. ^ a b Commonwealth Transportation Board (December 18, 1997). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 22.
  47. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (December 18, 1997). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 23.
  48. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (December 18, 1997). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 24.
  49. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (July 16, 1998). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Virginia Beach, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 36. Whereas, it has come to the attention of the Board that, as a result of a mapping error, certain of the designations were in error.
  50. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (April 16, 1998). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Gordonsville, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 34.
  51. ^ a b c Commonwealth Transportation Board (November 19, 1998). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 19.
  52. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Union Mill Road in Fairfax County as a scenic highway and Virginia byway". Act No. 420 of 1999.
  53. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 15, 1999). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Colonial Heights, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 14.
  54. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 15, 1999). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Colonial Heights, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 15.
  55. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 15, 1999). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Colonial Heights, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 16.
  56. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (January 20, 2000). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 9.
  57. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Union Mill Road in Fairfax County as a scenic highway and Virginia byway". Act No. 62 of 2000.
  58. ^ a b c Commonwealth Transportation Board (April 20, 2000). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 17.
  59. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (April 20, 2000). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 18.
  60. ^ a b c Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 21, 2000). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 122.
  61. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (November 16, 2000). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 121.
  62. ^ "An Act to designate Henderson Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 177 of 2001.
  63. ^ a b c d e f Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 21, 2001). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. Route 11 from the intersection with route 211 in the town of New Market to the intersection of Route 55 in Strasburg. Route 675 from the intersection with Route 730 to the intersection with Route 717. Route 717 from the intersection with Route 675 to the intersection with Route 263. Route 263 from Orkney Springs to the intersection with Route 11 in Mount Jackson. Route 767 from the intersection with Route 11 to the intersection with Route 42. Route 42 from the intersection with Route 767 to the intersection with Route 623. Route 623 from the intersection with Route 42 to the intersection with Route 55. Route 614 from the intersection with Route 767/42 to the intersection with Route 11. Route 600 from the intersection with Route 11 to the intersection with Route 604 in Frederick County. Route 604 in Frederick County from the intersection with Route 600 to the intersection with Route 55 near Star Tannery.
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  65. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 20, 2001). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. Route 252 from the intersection with Route 606 to the intersection with Route 39, an existing Virginia byway. Route 606 from its intersection with Route 11 to the intersection with Route 252.
  66. ^ a b c "An Act to designate the Blue Ridge Parkway, Skyline Drive, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and the Colonial Parkway scenic highways and Virginia byways". Act No. 113 of 2002.
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  68. ^ "An Act to designate Hunter Mill Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 210 of 2002.
  69. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 20, 2002). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 5.
  70. ^ a b c d Commonwealth Transportation Board (August 15, 2002). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 4.
  71. ^ a b Commonwealth Transportation Board (January 16, 2003). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 2.
  72. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of Old Colchester Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 276 of 2003.
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  74. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (March 18, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 6.
  75. ^ "An Act to designate the entire length of Fairfax Station Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 628 of 2004.
  76. ^ "An Act to designate Virginia Route 609 (Pleasant Valley Road) between U.S. Route 29 (Lee Highway) and Blue Spring Drive in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 629 of 2004.
  77. ^ "An Act to designate a portion of U.S. Route 17 a Virginia byway". Act No. 633 of 2004.
  78. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (April 15, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Norfolk, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 3.
  79. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (June 17, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 7.
  80. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (July 15, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 6.
  81. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 16, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Fredericksburg, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 7.
  82. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (November 18, 2004). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 6.
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  84. ^ Clarke County Mountain Land Plan (PDF), June 21, 2005, pp. 23-24
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  86. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (January 18, 2006). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 4.
  87. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (February 15, 2006). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 1.
  88. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (May 17, 2006). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Alexandria, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 7.
  89. ^ a b c Commonwealth Transportation Board (July 20, 2006). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Abingdon, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 2.
  90. ^ "An Act to designate certain highway segments as the "Virginia Coal Heritage Trail" and to designate those highway segments as Virginia byways". Act No. 531 of 2007.
  91. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (May 17, 2007). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 3. (resolution)
  92. ^ "An Act to designate the entire length of Newman Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 442 of 2008.
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  94. ^ a b c Commonwealth Transportation Board (November 20, 2008). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 2. (resolution)
  95. ^ "An Act to designate the entire length of Popes Head Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 113 of 2009.
  96. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (May 21, 2009). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 2. (resolution)
  97. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (July 16, 2009). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 3. (resolution)
  98. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (November 19, 2009). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 7. (resolution)
  99. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (September 15, 2010). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 4. (resolution)
  100. ^ "An Act to designate Compton Road in Fairfax County a Virginia byway". Act No. 102 of 2011.
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  102. ^ Commonwealth Transportation Board (October 17, 2012). Minutes of Meeting (PDF) (Report). Richmond, VA: Commonwealth of Virginia. p. 3. (resolution)
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