Savannah River Parkway
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The Savannah River Parkway (designated as SR 555 and SR 565) is a four-lane divided highway that roughly parallels the Savannah River in the U.S. state of Georgia, that exists in two distinct segments. The roadway is being considered for inclusion as part of Interstate 3 (I-3), which ultimately is planned to travel from Savannah to Knoxville, Tennessee.
|Savannah River Parkway|
|Maintained by GDOT|
|Length||156.00 mi (251.06 km)|
|South end||I-16 / US 25 / US 301 / SR 73 south-southwest of Statesboro|
|North end||US 25 / SR 21 / SR 121 north of Millen|
|South end||Downtown Savannah|
|North end||US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 / SR 10 / SR 121 in Augusta|
|Counties||Bulloch, Burke, Richmond, Chatham, Effingham, Screven, Jenkins|
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- Western branch
The western branch follows US 25/US 301/SR 73 from I-16 south-southwest of Statesboro into the southern parts of the city. It then follows US 25 Byp./SR 67 Byp. around the western edge of the city, then US 25/US 80/SR 26/SR 67 northwest to Hopeulikit, where US 80/SR 26 leave the roadway. The highway travels to the north-northwest to Millen, picking up SR 121 and SR 23 along the way.
- Eastern branch
The eastern branch begins at an as-yet undetermined point in downtown Savannah. It follows SR 21 out of the city. It has an interchange with I-95 in Port Wentworth and follows SR 21 northwest to Millen.
- Combined segment
In Millen, both branches merge and follow US 25/SR 121 northward to an interchange with I-520 in Augusta. They continue on to the point where US 25/SR 121 begin a concurrency with US 1/US 78/US 278/SR 10 (Gordon Highway).
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