Alabama State Route 144
State Route 144 (SR 144) is a 26.663-mile-long (42.910 km) east–west state highway in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Alabama. It travels from U.S. Route 231 (US 231) in St. Clair County near Pell City to US 431 at Alexandria in Calhoun County. The highway is two lanes for its entire length. The highway also crosses the Coosa River using the bridge across the Neely Henry Dam.
|Maintained by ALDOT|
|Length||26.663 mi (42.910 km)|
|West end||US 231 north of Pell City|
|SR 77 near Ohatchee|
|East end||US 431 in Alexandria|
|Counties||St. Clair, Calhoun|
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Until 1997, the section of SR 144 between SR 77 and US 431 was designated as SR 62. SR 62 is now assigned to a short highway in Marshall County. Also, the section of SR 144 between SR 77 and Ragland was signed as St. Clair County Route 26 (CR 26) until SR 144 was extended eastward.
|St. Clair||Wattsville||0.000||0.000||US 231 (Heart of Dixie Highway/SR 53) – Pell City, Ashville||Western terminus|
|Coosa River||17.073||27.476||Neely Henry Dam|
|Calhoun||Ohatchee||18.123||29.166||SR 77 – Lincoln, Southside|
|Alexandria||26.663||42.910||US 431 (SR 1) – Anniston, Saks, Glencoe, Gadsden||Eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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