Virginia State Route 7

Virginia State Route 7

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Virginia State Route 7

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State Route 7 is a major primary state highway and busy commuter route in Northern Virginia, United States. It travels northwest from State Route 400 (Washington Street) in downtown Alexandria to downtown Winchester. Its route largely parallels those of the Potomac River and the Washington & Old Dominion Trail .

Route description

City of Alexandria

Route 7 begins at the intersection of King Street and Washington Street in Old Town Alexandria, one quarter of a mile west of the Potomac River. It continues as King Street through Alexandria, passing by the city's King Street Metrorail station, Union Station (Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express), George Washington Masonic National Memorial and T. C. Williams High School. Route 7 then intersects Interstate 395 and briefly forms the border between the City of Alexandria and Arlington County before entering Fairfax County.

Fairfax County and City of Falls Church

Route 7 is known as Leesburg Pike throughout Fairfax County, where it is mainly a suburban route. It intersects State Route 244 (Columbia Pike) in Bailey's Crossroads. From there, it travels to Seven Corners, named for the five roads that intersect, including......
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