Travel Reference (VA)

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For the convenience of travelers visiting Virginia, the set of Travel Reference (VA) pages collectively lists the Interstates, US Highways, and national parkways and trails which cross Virginia state borders. The lists include details such as approximate mile marker, county, city, nearest VA STARS antenna site, VSP district, and very brief notes or names of major landmarks. When possible, the county and/or city names are linked to the proper RR Wiki page. For convenience, references are listed below each table and include links when possible.

Other Travel Reference (VA) Pages

Interstates          US Highways          Parkways and Trails

US 1
US 11
US 13
US 15
US 17
     US 19
US 21
US 23
US 29
US 33
     US 48
US 50
US 52
US 58
US 60
     US 121
US 219
US 220
US 221
US 250
     US 258
US 301
US 340
US 421
US 460
     US 501
US 522

Blue Ridge Pkwy
G.W. Memorial Pkwy
Appalachian Trail
Iron Mountain Trail
Overmountain Victory Trail
Potomac Heritage Trail
STARS Sites and Nearby Routes List

Scanning/CB Laws

DISCLAIMER: Information found here pertaining to the existence and/or interpretation of laws is provided for convenience only, and is NOT to be considered authoritative nor considered exhaustive. In other words, information listed here might not be correct (despite best efforts for correctness) and applicable laws might not be listed here (despite best efforts for completeness). Please do your own research to ensure that your radio/scanner activities do not breach laws, regulations, policies, and/or rules applicable in your area(s). If you have legal questions, please consult proper legal counsel.


"Any person who uses obscene, vulgar, profane, lewd, lascivious, or indecent language, or makes any suggestion or proposal of an obscene nature, or threatens any illegal or immoral act with the intent to coerce, intimidate, or harass any person, over any telephone or citizens band radio, in this Commonwealth, is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. "Over any telephone" includes, for purposes of this section, any electronically transmitted communication producing a visual or electronic message that is received or transmitted by cellular telephone or other wireless telecommunications device."

"Any person who has in his possession or who uses a device capable of receiving a police radio signal, message, or transmission, while in the commission of a felony, is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. A prosecution for or conviction of the crime of use or possession of a police radio is not a bar to conviction for any other crime committed while possessing or using the police radio."


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References:,, FCC:Guides

Primary Population Centers

Each large contiguous region exceeds 1,000,000. Each city/town/county region exceeds 100,000. Each list is sorted largest to smallest.

Northern Virginia Region

Virginia Beach Region

Richmond Region

Others not in a large contiguous region

External Sites

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