Virginia State Route 360

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State Route 360

Route information
Maintained by VDOT
Length41.77 mi[1] (67.22 km)
Virginia Byway
Major junctions
West end
US 360 / US 58 Bus. / SR 293 in Danville
Major intersections
East end US 360 / SR 344 near Scottsburg
CountryUnited States
CountiesCity of Danville, Pittsylvania, Halifax
Highway system
US 360 SR 361

State Route 360 (SR 360) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of Virginia. The state highway runs 41.77 miles (67.22 km) from U.S. Route 360, US 58 Business, and SR 293 in Danville east to US 360 and SR 344 near Scottsburg. SR 360 is the old alignment of US 360 through Danville, eastern Pittsylvania County, and Halifax County, including the latter's county seat of Halifax, before the U.S. Highway was moved to its present course mostly concurrent with US 58 via South Boston.

Route description

View of US 360 West at SR 344 and SR 360 showing STATE and US banners to avoid confusion between US 360 and SR 360

SR 360 begins at a four-way intersection with US 58 Business, US 360, and SR 293 just north of the Dan River and downtown Danville. US 58 Business heads west as Riverside Drive toward Martinsville and east on River Street concurrent toward South Boston with US 360, which also has its western terminus at this intersection. SR 293 heads south across the river as Main Street and runs concurrently with SR 360 on two-lane undivided North Main Street. The two highways diverse a short distance to the north, with SR 293 continuing along North Main Street and SR 360 heading northeast along Richmond Boulevard. The state highway becomes Old Richmond Road on exiting the independent city of Danville and entering Pittsylvania County. SR 360 crosses over Fall Creek and Norfolk Southern Railway's Danville District. The state highway crosses over US 29 (Danville Expressway) and has an intersection with SR 41, which provides access to a partial cloverleaf interchange with the U.S. Highway to Lynchburg and Greensboro. SR 360 gradually curves to the east after passing through the hamlets of Beaver Park, Keeling, and Red Oak Hollow in eastern Pittsylvania County.[1][2]

View east along SR 360 at US 501 departing Halifax

SR 360 becomes Mountain Road as it enters Halifax County, where it passes through Vernon Hill and Mountain Road, the site of its junction with SR 57 (Chatham Road). East of Mountain Road, the highway enters the town of Halifax. SR 360 intersects SR 349 (Edmunds Boulevard), a very short route on two sides of the Halifax County courthouse, before intersecting US 501 (Main Street). The two highways head northeast together to the northern town limit, where US 501 splits northwest toward Lynchburg as L.P. Bailey Memorial Highway and SR 360 heads east as Bethel Road, which crosses the Banister River a short distance south of its impoundment, Banister Lake. The state highway reaches its eastern terminus at a four-way intersection with US 360 (James D. Hagood Highway) and SR 344 (Scottsburg Road) west of Scottsburg. SR 344 heads east through the town of Scottsburg to its end in Staunton River State Park at the confluence of the Roanoke River (also known as the Staunton River) and the Dan River.[1][2]

Major intersections

City of Danville0.000.00

US 58 Bus. / US 360 east (River Street / Riverside Drive) / SR 293 south (Main Street)
Western terminus of SR 360; western terminus of US 360; western end of SR 293 concurrency
SR 293 north (North Main Street)
east end of SR 293 overlap

SR 41 north (Franklin Turnpike) to US 29 – Lynchburg
Southern terminus of SR 41
HalifaxMountain Road31.0249.92
SR 57 west (Chatham Road) – Chatham
Eastern terminus of SR 57
SR 349 south (Edmunds Boulevard)
Northern terminus of SR 349
US 501 south (South Main Street) – South Boston
Western end of US 501 concurrency
US 501 north (L.P. Bailey Highway) – Lynchburg
Eastern end of US 501 concurrency
US 360 (James D. Hagood Highway) / SR 344 east (Scottsburg Road)
Eastern terminus of SR 360; western terminus of SR 344
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c d "2010 Traffic Data". Virginia Department of Transportation. 2010. Retrieved 2012-01-12.
  2. ^ a b Google (2012-01-12). "Virginia State Route 360" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2012-01-12.

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