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Virginia State Route 45

State Route 45 marker

State Route 45
Route information
Maintained by VDOT
Length: 39.72 mi[1][2][3] (63.92 km)
Existed: 1928 – present
Major junctions
South end:
US 15 Bus. / US 460 Bus. in Farmville
  US 60 in Cumberland
North end: Georges Tavern
Location
Counties: Prince Edward, Cumberland, Goochland
Highway system
SR 43 SR 46

Virginia State Route 45 (SR 45) is a primary Cumberland County, where the highway meets US 60 near the county seat, Cumberland.

Contents

  • Route description 1
  • Major intersections 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Route description

SR 45 begins at an intersection with US 15 Business and US 460 Business near the campus of Longwood University in the town of Farmville, which has portions in Prince Edward and Cumberland counties. US 15 Business heads south on Main Street and US 460 Business heads east on Third Street; the two business routes head west together on Third Street. SR 45 heads north on Main Street and intersects the High Bridge Trail, a rail trail along a former Norfolk Southern Railway line. The state highway leaves the downtown area and crosses the Appomattox River into Cumberland County.[1][4] SR 45 heads northeast from the town as Cumberland Road, which passes through the small communities of Raines Tavern, Hawk, Guinea Mills, and McRae on its way to a junction with US 60 (James Anderson Highway).[2][4]

SR 45 and US 60 run concurrently northeast past the county seat of Cumberland. The two highways meet the western end of

SR 44 Two‑digit State Routes
1923-1933
SR 46 >
SR 132 Spurs of SR 13
1923-1928
none
SR 309 District 3 State Routes
1928–1933
SR 311 >
  • Virginia Highways Project: VA 45

External links

  1. ^ a b c "Daily Traffic Volume Estimates Jurisdiction Report: Prince Edward County" (PDF). Virginia Department of Transportation. 2009. Retrieved 2011-07-09. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Daily Traffic Volume Estimates Jurisdiction Report: Cumberland County" (PDF). Virginia Department of Transportation. 2009. Retrieved 2011-07-09. 
  3. ^ a b c "Daily Traffic Volume Estimates Jurisdiction Report: Goochland County" (PDF). Virginia Department of Transportation. 2009. Retrieved 2011-07-09. 
  4. ^ a b c d  

References

County Location mi[1][2][3] km Destinations Notes
Prince Edward Farmville 0.00 0.00
US 15 Bus. / US 460 Bus. (South Main Street / Third Street)
Cumberland Hillcrest 15.43 24.83 US 60 west (James Anderson Highway) – Lexington Southern end of US 60 concurrency
  18.94 30.48 SR 13 east (Old Buckingham Road) – Tobaccoville Western terminus of SR 13
  20.28 32.64 US 60 east (Anderson Highway) / SR 682 south (Northfield Road) – Richmond Northern end of US 60 concurrency
Hamilton SR 689 (Cedar Spring Road) / SR 690 (Columbia Road) former SR 27 north
  SR 616 (Deep Run Road) / SR 684 (Cartersville Extension) – Powhatan former SR 27 south
Goochland Georges Tavern 39.72 63.92 SR 6 (River Road West) – Scottsville, Richmond
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Major intersections

[4][3]

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