Generated in part by the establishment of industrial parks, in the 1950s Lynchburg began to spread to the west and south, annexing small communities. The Lynchburg Expressway (U.S. 29) encouraged this growth, as did the development of Lynchburg Regional Airport (BD78). Several schools and colleges also were established in this area where land was available.
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