U.S. Route 219 in West Virginia

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U.S. Route 219

US 219 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by WVDOH
Length196 mi[1] (315 km)
Major junctions
South end US 219 at the Virginia state line near Peterstown
Major intersections
North end US 219 at the Maryland state line near Silver Lake
CountryUnited States
StateWest Virginia
CountiesMonroe, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Randolph, Tucker, Preston
Highway system
WV 218 US 220

U.S. Route 219 (US 219) is a part of the U.S. Highway System that travels from Rich Creek, Virginia, to West Seneca, New York. In the U.S. state of West Virginia, the U.S. Highway travels from the Virginia state line near Peterstown to the Maryland state line near Silver Lake.

Route description

View north along US 219 at WV 32 in Thomas
US 219 in Hillsboro

US 219 enters West Virginia in Peterstown at the split of US 219 and WV 12. US 219 then heads northeast into Union. US 219 continues through Greenbrier County running through the towns of Ronceverte, Lewisburg, where it intersects US 60, and Falling Spring. US 219 continues north into Pocahontas County and through the towns of Hillsboro and Marlinton. US 219 runs north into Randolph County and begins its dual certification with US 250. They both serve the towns of Huttonsville, Mill Creek, Beverly, and Elkins, where US 33 joins the concurrency. US 219 splits from US 33 and US 250 just north of Elkins. US 219 continues through the town of Montrose until it enters Tucker County. From here, US 219 runs through the towns of Parsons and Thomas. US 219 heads north into rural Preston County and exits West Virginia into Garrett County, Maryland.

Major Intersections

US 219 south – Christiansburg
Virginia state line

WV 12 north – Alta
Southern terminus of WV 12
Rock Camp
WV 122 west – Forest Hill
Eastern terminus of WV 122
WV 3 east – Sweet Springs
South end of WV 3 overlap
WV 3 west – Alderson
North end of WV 3 overlap
GreenbrierOrgan Cave
WV 63 east – Caldwell
South end of WV 63 overlap
WV 63 west – Alderson
North end of WV 63 overlap
Lewisburg US 60 – Hico, White Sulphur Springs
I-64 – Lexington VA, BeckleyInterchange; I-64 exit 169
PocahontasMill Point
WV 39 / WV 55 west – Fenwick
South end of WV 39/WV 55 overlaps
WV 39 east – Minnehaha Springs
North end of WV 39 overlap
WV 150 south – Raintown
Northern terminus of WV 150
WV 66 east – Snowshoe
Western terminus of WV 66

US 250 east / WV 92 south – Staunton
South end of US 250/WV 92 overlaps
US 33 / WV 55 east – Seneca Rocks
South end of US 33 overlap; north end of WV 55 overlap

WV 92 north – Belington
North end of WV 92 overlap

US 33 / US 48 west / US 250 north to I-79 – Buckhannon
Interchange; north end of US 33/US 250 overlaps; south end of US 48 overlap
US 48 east
Temporary east end of western section of US 48 (eastern extension under construction); north end of US 48 overlap[2]
Tucker US 48Proposed junction[2]
WV 72 north – Rowlesburg
South end of WV 72 overlap
WV 72 south – Dryfork
North end of WV 72 overlap

US 48 west
Proposed interchange; south end of US 48 overlap[2]

US 48 east – Davis
Proposed north end of US 48 overlap[2]
WV 32 south – Davis
Northern terminus of WV 32

WV 90 north – Red House MD
Southern terminus of WV 90
PrestonSilver Lake
WV 24 north – Eglon
Southern terminus of WV 24

US 219 north – Oakland
Maryland state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Google (October 19, 2017). "Overview map of US 219 in West Virginia" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d "The Route - Entire Map". West Virginia Corridor H. West Virginia Division of Highways. March 31, 2017. Retrieved June 10, 2017.