No; 2nd person plural pronoun (vōs, vōbīs) has the possessive adjective vester, vestra, vestrum meaning "your, yours, belonging to you" (when "you" is plural).
The 2nd person singular pronoun (tū, tibi, tē) has the possessive adjective tuus, tua, tuum meaning "your" (etc.) when "you" is singular.
OK, but how about when we visit "viam" ? I can imagine that the engineers sometimes had to "go to see" (and check the condition of) the roads, aqueducts, etc. I'm not sure that every sentence has to cover all the possibilities, because that doesn't seem like a genuine use of language...