Virginia State Route 236

Virginia State Route 236

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State Route 236, also known for part of its length as Little River Turnpike, is a primary state highway in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It runs from the split of U.S. Route 29 and U.S. Route 50 in western Fairfax, where it is known as Main Street (and a piece of North Street), to State Route 400 (Washington Street) in Alexandria, where it is known as Duke Street.

In Alexandria's West End, Duke Street is the dividing line between north and south in the addressing system. In Old Town Alexandria, the dividing line is King Street (State Route 7). The large, main campus of Northern Virginia Community College is on Route 236 just outside the Beltway.

Route 236 has interchange with Interstate 395 and Interstate 495.

Route 236 is generally a four-lane road. Construction of a third lane west of the Beltway has begun. Following extensive construction in Old Town Fairfax in the City of Fairfax, Route 236 veers onto North Street in both directions—formerly it only did so westbound (North Street was formerly one way westbound in Old Town and Main Street one way eastbound in the area).

Major Points and Intersections:

<b>(East to West)</b>

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