Military Highway

Military Highway is a four-lane roadway built in the South Hampton Roads region of eastern Virginia, USA during World War II.

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Military Highway - Trivia
... The eastern end of Military Highway in Norfolk was truncated and is now located at the intersection of Little Creek Road ... Road west of this point follows the former path of the original Military Highway ... Military Highway outlasted its two major host localities, Princess Anne and Norfolk counties, both of which are now extinct ...
Hampton Roads Beltway - Route Description
... eight-lane freeway that has a southbound-only exit ramp to US 13 and US 460 (Military Highway) and crosses over Military Highway and a Norfolk Southern Railway rail line ... The Interstate has a cloverleaf interchange with Military Highway, which here carries US 58 in addition to US 13 and US 460 ... from that rail line heads north in the median of the freeway as the highway enters the city of Suffolk ...
Mercury Boulevard - History: Two "military Highways"
... As originally built, the road was earlier known as "Military Highway", a name it shared with another roadway in South Hampton Roads which was built ... in Hampton and Newport News (which has never connected directly with the "other" Military Highway) was later renamed to honor the Project Mercury space program of NASA's Langley Research Center which is located ... of the other road, which continues to be known as Military Highway, and which circumvented the independent cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, are still in use ...
Interstate 664 - Exit List
... terminus of I-264 (exit 1) 14 US 13 (Military Highway) / US 460 Southbound exit only 1.21 1.95 13 US 13 / US 460 (Military Highway) / US 58 / US 460 Alt ... Suffolk, Bowers Hill Split into exits 13A (Suffolk) and 13B (Military Highway) 2.69 4.33 12 SR 663 (Dock Landing Road) 3.72 5.99 11 SR 337 (Portsmouth Boulevard) Split into ...
Hampton Roads Beltway - Exit List
... loop Norview Avenue is unsigned SR 281 ... SR 165 (Military Highway) Split into exits 281A (Robin Hood Road to SR 165 north) and 281B (SR 165 south to US 13 south) on inner loop 282 US 13 (Northampton Boulevard ... south (George Washington Highway) – Portsmouth, Deep Creek Split into exits 296A (north) and 296B (south) on inner loop west end of concurrency with ... Bowers Hill Split into exits 1B (Suffolk) and 1A (east, north, Military Highway) 2 SR 663 (Dock Landing Road) 3 SR 337 (Portsmouth Boulevard) Split into exits 3A (east) and 3B (west) 5 SR 659 (Pughsville Road) Suffolk ...

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