1940 Virginia state highway renumbering

1940 Virginia State Highway Renumbering

1940 Virginia state highway renumbering

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In late 1940, the Commonwealth of Virginia renumbered some of its state highways in order to provide continuous numbers across state lines. At the same time, Maryland, North Carolina, and West Virginia took part by renumbering some of their highways to match Virginia's, and Tennessee planned to renumber one of its highways but never did.

List of renumbered routes

3 - truncated
State Route 3 was eliminated northwest of Sperryville by State Route 261 (now State Route 739) and an extension of U.S. Route 522 into Virginia.

4 - newly assigned to match Kentucky
State Route 4, which had not existed immediately prior to 1940, was assigned as a renumbering of State Route 84 to match Kentucky Route 4. This is now U.S. Route 460.

7 - truncated
State Route 7 was eliminated northwest of Winchester...
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