Virginia State Route 337 Alternate (Portsmouth)

Virginia State Route 337 Alternate (Portsmouth)

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Virginia State Route 337 Alternate (Portsmouth)

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State Route 337 Alternate is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia, lying entirely within the city of Portsmouth. It is an alternate route of State Route 337, but only intersects SR 337 at its west end.

Route description

SR 337 Alternate begins at the intersection of Portsmouth Boulevard (SR 337 and U.S. Route 460 Alternate) and Turnpike Road, and runs northeast on Turnpike Road. It turns north on Harbor Drive and ends at the London Boulevard overpass, where U.S. Route 58 joins and the Martin Luther King Freeway begins. The route does not return to SR 337, but continuing along US 58 via the freeway and through the Midtown Tunnel will take one back to SR 337 in Norfolk.


Turnpike Road and most of SR 337 Alternate was initially part of State Route 10, defined in 1918. That route came from Suffolk on Portsmouth Boulevard, turned northeast on Turnpike Road, north on Constitution Avenue (then Sixth Avenue), and east on High Street to reach the Norfolk-Portsmouth Ferry. It was defined as a state highway through Portsmouth in 1932, to be maintained by Portsmouth with aid from Virginia under Chapter 415, Acts of 1932. The road became U.S. Route 117 in 1926, and U.S. Route 58 was added in 1932. The present Airline Boulevard was built by Virginia as part of State Route 12....
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