U.S. Route 250

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U.S. Route 250 marker

U.S. Route 250
Route information
Auxiliary route of US 50
Length: 514 mi (827 km)
Existed: 1928 – present
Major junctions
West end: US 6 in Sandusky, OH
 

I-80 / I-90 / Ohio Tpk. near Milan, OH
I-71 near Ashland, OH
US 30 near Wooster, OH
I-77 near Strasburg, OH
I-70 / WV 2 in Wheeling, WV
I-79 near Fairmont, WV
US 33 / US 219 near Elkins, WV
I-81 near Staunton, VA
I-64 near Waynesboro, VA
US 29 in Charlottesville, VA

US 33 in Richmond, VA
East end: US 60 in Richmond, VA
Highway system

United States Numbered Highways
List • Bannered • Divided • Replaced

U.S. Route 250 (US 250) is a route of the United States Numbered Highway System. It is a spur of U.S. Route 50. It runs for 514 miles (827 km) from Sandusky, Ohio to Richmond, Virginia. It passes through the states of Virginia, West Virginia, and Ohio. The road goes through the cities of Richmond, Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Staunton, Virginia, and Wheeling, West Virginia. US 250 intersects and forms a short overlap with its parent US 50 west of Pruntytown, West Virginia. In West Virginia, the route is signed north–south. In Ohio and Virginia, the route is signed east–west.

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