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You can reach the place via not only Route A but also Route B.

I created the sentence above to intend that there is no need to use both Route A and Route B to reach the place. Is this usage correct?

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If you want to say that you have two possibilities to reach the place, you can say:

You can reach the place not only via Route A but also Route B.

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