Corridor D

Corridor D

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Corridor D is part of the Appalachian Development Highway System. It travels from Bridgeport, West Virginia to Cincinnati, Ohio. It travels US 50 for much of its eastern portion. The western portion of road in Ohio is known as State Route 32. ADHS Funding is separate from other Federal Highway funds.

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West Virginia

The east end of Corridor D begins on US 50 between Clarksburg, WV and Bridgeport, WV at Interstate 79. US-50 continues on its westerly heading toward Parkersburg, WV and intersects Interstate 77 just outside downtown Parkersburg. The highway continues over the Ohio River on the Blennerhassett Island Bridge.


After crossing the Ohio River into Belpre, OH, the highway joins with State Route 32 and starts southwest for about then turns northwest for another reaching Athens, OH. The combined US-50/OH-32 makes another turn southwest for about . Then, US 50 and OH-32 diverge. US-50 begins heading west, OH-32, southwest. Corridor D follows OH-32 about to Jackson, OH where it is intersected by US-35. The highway heads due west for about and intersects US 23, Corridor C between Portsmouth, OH and Chillicothe, OH. OH-32 continues west for about into Cincinnati, OH, crossing US-62, US-68 and Interstate 275, Cincinnati's beltway, in the process.


One of the original 23 corridors, Corridor D (U.S. Highway 50) was to provide access to major urban centers along the east coast from the midwest, while creating economic...
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