Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the Commonwealth of Virginia > Interstate 77, Virginia

Interstate 77

Interstate 77 is a north-south highway in Western Virginia. Through the northern section of Virginia, I-77 passes through the Brushy Mountains and Garden Mountians in the Jefferson National Forest.

While in Virgnia, I-77 is multi-plexed several times.

I-77 is multi-plexed with...

...U.S. Rt. 52, from the Virginia/West Virginia State Line to to M.P. 66.

...Interstate 81, from Wytheville to M.P. 32, near Fort Chiswell.
...U.S. Rt. 52, from Wytheville to M.P. 32, near Fort Chiswell.

...U.S. Rt. 11, from Wytheville to near M.P. 32, near Fort Chiswell.

Interstate 77 crosses the following interstates in Virginia.

Interstate 81, near Wytheville.
Interstate 81, near Fort Chiswell.

There are no branches of I-77 in Virginia.

Guide markers east of Wytheville.

NB I-81/SB I-77/NB U.S. Rt. 11/SB U.S. Rt. 52 at Wytheville.

BGS on SB I-81/NB I-77/NB U.S. Rt. 52 at Wyhteville.

NB I-77, north of Wytheville.

NB I-77 near the Big Walker Tunnel.

NB I-77 at the Big Walker Tunnel.

First marker for the Truck Runaway Ramp on NB I-77 in Bland County.

Guild marker for the Truck Ramp.

The truck ramp on NB I-77.

NB I-77 near Rocky Gap.

NB I-77 near the West Virginia/Virginia State Line.

NB I-77 near the East River Mountian Tunnel.

18 July 2009