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U.S. Route 27 (US 27) is a 356.088-mile-long (573.068 km) U.S. Highway in the U.S. state of Georgia. It travels south-to-north through the western part of the state near the Alabama state line. The whole route is Governor's Road Improvement Program (GRIP) corridor EDS-27,[citation needed] providing the bulk of the Tallahassee, FloridaChattanooga, Tennessee corridor. All of US 27 in Georgia is concurrent with State Route 1 (SR 1) and is also designated as the Martha Berry Highway. It connects Bainbridge, Colquitt, Blakely, Cuthbert, Lumpkin, Cusseta, Columbus, LaGrange, Carrollton, Bremen, Cedartown, Rome, Summerville, LaFayette, Fort Oglethorpe, and Rossville.

U.S. Highway 27 marker

U.S. Highway 27
Martha Berry Highway
Route information
Maintained by GDOT
Length356.088 mi[4] (573.068 km)
Existed1934[1][2]–present
HistorySR 1 established at least as early as 1919.[3]
Major junctions
South end US 27 / SR 63 / SR 1 at the Florida state line southeast of Attapulgus
 
North end US 27 / SR 27 and SR 1 at the Tennessee state line on the RossvilleChattanooga line
Location
CountiesDecatur, Miller, Early, Clay, Randolph, Stewart, Chattahoochee, Muscogee, Harris, Troup, Heard, Carroll, Haralson, Polk, Floyd, Chattooga, Walker, Catoosa
Highway system
  • Georgia State Routes
SR 26SR 27
SR 754SR 1SR 2

Route descriptionEdit

US 27 starts at the Florida state line, where Decatur and Grady counties meet, and where US 27 continues south into Florida. US 27 heads northwest through rural southwestern Georgia, crossing into Decatur County as a four-lane divided highway, and passes Attapulgus to the east on its way to Bainbridge. South of Bainbridge, US 27 meets with and travels concurrent with US 84/SR 38, and forms a controlled-access perimeter highway around the southern and western portion of the city, before splitting to the northwest into Miller County and through Colquitt into Early County and Blakely.

Now heading north, the highway travels through Bluffton in Clay County, then reaches Cuthbert in Randolph County, again passing the town to its east. US 27 reaches Lumpkin in Stewart County as its next destination. Still heading north, the highway reaches Cusseta in Chattahoochee County, where it travels concurrently with US 280 and SR 520 into Columbus in Muscogee County. The highways head northwest into Columbus and cross I-185. Then, US 27 splits from US 280/SR 520 just before reaching the Alabama state line, and heads north through downtown Columbus, crossing I-185 once again, just before also crossing US 80/SR 22/SR 540 on its way into Harris County.

US 27 roughly parallels I-185 on its trek north through Harris County, and crosses I-185 once more shortly after crossing into Troup County, where it also crosses I-85 just south of LaGrange. The highway continues north, traveling through Heard County, and heads through the heart of Carrollton in Carroll County. Angling northwest, the highway crosses I-20 south of Bremen, and makes its way in a northerly direction through Haralson County into Polk County, where it travels through the eastern part of Cedartown. Entering Floyd County, US 27 makes its way through the center of Rome, then angles west into Chattooga County and Summerville. Turning sharply north again in Summerville, the highway travels through LaFayette in Walker County. At this point, US 27 becomes LaFayette Road and then passes back and forth twice between Walker County and Catoosa County, before meeting its northern terminus at the Tennessee state line in Rossville.

The following portions of US 27/SR 1 in Georgia are part of the National Highway System, a system of routes determined to be the most important for the nation's economy, mobility, and defense:

  • From the southern terminus at the Florida state line to the southern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., southeast of Attapulgus[5]
  • From the northern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., north-northwest of Attapulgus, to the southern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus. in Blakely[5]
  • From the northern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., in Blakely, to the interchange with US 80/SR 22/SR 540 eastbound in Columbus, which is also the eastern terminus of Double Churches Road[5][6]
  • From I-185 southeast of LaGrange to the southern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus. in Bremen[5]
  • From the northern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., north-northwest of Bremen, to the southern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., southeast of Buchanan[5]
  • From the northern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus., north of Buchanan, to the northern terminus at the Tennessee state line.[5][7][8]

HistoryEdit

1920s to 1950sEdit

SR 1 was established at least as early as 1919, traveling on mostly the same path as it does today, with the following differences: the southern terminus at the Florida state line was southeast of Bainbridge; it traveled through Brinson and then northward to Colquitt; from Colquitt, it traveled through Edison, and into Cuthbert; and from LaFayette, it traveled northwest to Trenton, then northeast to the Tennessee state line.[3] By the end of 1921, the southern terminus was shifted west to a point south-southeast of Bainbridge. It was shifted E out of Brinson to a direct path from Bainbridge to Colquitt. The Colquitt–Cuthbert segment was shifted westward to travel through Blakely. At this time, the northern terminus was truncated to LaFayette. SR 53 was proposed just east of LaFayette, and an unnumbered road was built north-northwest to Fort Oglegthorpe and then north to Tennessee.[3][9] By the end of 1930, US 41W was designated on SR 1 from Rome to LaFayette and possibly on the LaFayette–Tennessee segment of the unnumbered road.[10][11] By the end of 1931, US 280 was designated on the Cusseta–Columbus segment.[11][12] By the end of 1934, US 41W was decommissioned, and US 27 was designated on the entire length of SR 1.[1][2] By the end of 1939, the entire length of US 27/SR 1 from Florida to just south of the Clay–Randolph county line was completed.[13][14] Between the beginning of 1945 and November 1946, SR 1's path south-southwest of Rome was shifted eastward. Its former path on US 27 was redesignated as SR 1 Spur.[15][16] Between the beginning of 1940 and the beginning of 1954, US 27/SR 1's path north of Trion was proposed to be shifted to a more eastern alignment.[17][18] Between June 1954 and June 1955, SR 1's path south-southwest of Rome was reverted to its original path, replacing SR 1 Spur. Its former path was redesignated as SR 1E.[19][20] Between the beginning of 1953 and the beginning of 1960, SR 1 was rerouted on a more direct path between Amsterdam and Attapulgus. This new path had a "soil surface".[21][22]

1960sEdit

Between July 1957 and June 1960, SR 1 was proposed to be rerouted on an eastern bypass of Summerville, from a point east-southeast of the city to Trion.[23][24] Between 1957 and 1962, a southwestern bypass of the main part of Carrollton was proposed from US 27/SR 1 in the southern part of the city to US 27/SR 1/SR 166 in the west-central part.[25][26] Between 1953 and 1964, the northern terminus of SR 1 Spur was truncated to its original northern terminus, an intersection with US 27/US 280/SR 1 north of Fort Benning. The former path of SR 1 Spur north of US 27/US 280/SR 1 on Fort Benning Road was redesignated as SR 357. Its path on Cusseta Road and Brown Avenue was redesignated as SR 103 Spur. US 280's path through Columbus was shifted onto SR 1 Spur. A freeway in the eastern part of Columbus was under construction from US 27/US 280/SR 1 southeast of Columbus to SR 357 (Buena Vista Road) in the eastern part of the city. It was proposed to be designated from that point to US 27/SR 1 south-southwest of Nankipooh.[27][28] Between 1954 and 1965, SR 48 was extended eastward on US 27 to the southern terminus of SR 1's proposed eastern bypass of Summerville. SR 114 was extended north-northeast on US 27 to the northern terminus of this bypass.[18][29] Between 1960 and 1965, US 27 (and possibly SR 1) in the Bainbridge area was shifted onto a freeway-grade bypass of the main part of the city, designated as SR 38 Loop. Its former path was redesignated as US 27 Bus. (and possibly SR 1 Bus.).[22][30] Between June 1963 and the end of 1965, SR 1 was proposed to be rerouted on a southwestern bypass of Cusseta, from south of the city to west of it.[31][32] Between 1962 and 1967, SR 1 (and possibly US 27) was shifted onto the bypass of Carrollton.[26][33] In 1966, the freeway in Columbus was proposed to be part of an eastward rerouting of SR 1. Its former path through Columbus was redesignated as SR 1 Bus. SR 1 was proposed to be designated on an under-construction bypass south of the main part of Rome, from US 27/US 411/SR 53 north-northeast of Six Mile to US 411/SR 101/SR 344 south-southeast of Rome. The northern terminus of SR 1's proposed Summerville bypass was shifted to a point east-northeast of Trion.[32][34] The next year, 1967, the SR 1 freeway was under construction from SR 357 north to US 27/SR 1. US 80 in Columbus was shifted southeastward, onto US 27/SR 1, then on US 280 and the newer SR 1 Spur.[34][35] In 1968, US 27/US 411/SR 1 was shifted onto SR 1's southern bypass of Rome.[35][36] Between 1964 and 1970, the SR 1 freeway was completed to Airport Thruway in the northern part of Columbus.[28][37]

1970s and 1980sEdit

In 1971, SR 1's path in LaGrange was shifted westward, replacing SR 1 Spur.[38][39] The next year, 1972, US 27/SR 1, as well as SR 55, was shifted onto the southwestern bypass of Cusseta.[39][40] In 1975, the SR 1 freeway in Columbus was redesignated as I-185 (with the unsigned SR 411 designation). SR 1 was shifted onto its former path through the city, replacing all of SR 1 Bus.[41][42] The next year, SR 38 Loop in Bainbridge was decommissioned. SR 38 was designated on SR 38 Loop's former path. SR 38 through the city was redesignated as SR 38 Bus.[42][43] In 1977, the Summerville bypass of SR 1 was cancelled, with SR 48 and SR 114 reverted to their previous alignments.[43][44] Five years later, in 1982, an eastern bypass of LaFayette, designated as SR 730, was proposed from southeast of the city to north-northeast of it.[45][46] In 1987, an eastern bypass of Cedartown, designated as SR 744, was proposed from south-southwest of the city to north-northeast of it.[47][48] The next year, SR 55 and the newer SR 1 Spur were redesignated as part of SR 520. US 80 in Columbus was shifted north, off of US 280/SR 520. A western bypass of Bremen, designated as SR 793, was proposed from south-southwest of the city to north-northwest of it. US 27/SR 1 in the LaFayette area was shifted eastward, onto the path of SR 730. Its former path was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.[48][49] In 1989, an eastern bypass of Attapulgus, designated as SR 831, was proposed from east-southeast of the city, to north-northwest of it. SR 811 was proposed from US 27/SR 1 south-southeast of Buchanan north-northwest across it and curved around the eastern side of the city to a point north-northwest of it.[49][50]

1990s and 2000sEdit

In 1991, US 27/SR 1 in the Cedartown area was shifted eastward, onto the path of SR 744, with US 278/SR 6, which was also shifted out of the main part of the city. The former path of US 27/SR 1 was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.[51][52] The next year, an eastern bypass of Blakely, designated as SR 838, was proposed from south-southeast of the city to north-northeast of it. US 27/SR 1 was rerouted onto the proposed path of SR 811 and shifted east of Buchanan. The former path of US 27/SR 1 in the Buchanan area was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus. The southern half of SR 793 in the Bremen area was built from US 27/SR 1 just north of I-20 to US 78/SR 8 in the city.[52][53] In 1993, US 27/SR 1 in the Blakely area was shifted eastward, onto the path of SR 838. Its former path was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus. A southeastern bypass of Cuthbert, designated SR 847, was proposed from south-southwest of the city to north-northeast of it. US 27/SR 1 in the Bremen area was shifted westward, onto the path of SR 793. Its former path was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.[53][54] In 1994, US 27/SR 1 in the Cuthbert area was shifted eastward, onto the path of SR 847. Its former path was redesignated as US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.[55][56] That same year, a western bypass of the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, designated SR 813, was proposed from US 27/SR 1 east-northeast of Chickamauga to SR 2 west-southwest of Fort Oglethorpe.[54][57] The next year, US 27/SR 1 was shifted onto the path of SR 831. Its former path was redesignated as SR 1 Bus.[57][58] In 2001, US 27/SR 1's path through the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park was shifted westward, onto the path of SR 813.[59][60]

Georgia Road DesignationsEdit

In 1935, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the portion of US 27/SR 1 from Columbus to its northern terminus as "Tennessee-Columbus Military Highway".[61]

In 1941, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the portion of US 27/SR 1 from its southern terminus to Colquitt as "De Soto Trail Highway".[62]

In 1952, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the entirety of US 27 Bus/SR 1 as "Martha Berry Highway", honoring a pioneer in education.[63]

In 1992, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the portion of US 27 Bus/SR 1 from the Chattahoochee-Muscogee county line to its intersection with I-185 as "Robert B. Nett Medal of Honor Highway", honoring a hero of World War II.[64]

In 1993, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the US 27 Bus/SR 1 Bus bypass through Cedartown as "Syble W. Brannan Parkway", honoring a prominent Cedartown resident.[65]

In 1994, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the portion of the US 27 Bus/SR 1 between Summerville and Trion in Chattooga County as "Ralph 'Country' Brown Highway Designation", honoring a prominent Chattooga resident and baseball player.[66]

In 2000, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the US 27 Bus/SR 1 Bus bypass through Cuthbert as "Gerald Green Bypass", honoring a prominent resident of Georgia and member of the Georgia Legislature.[67]

In 2011, the General Assembly of the State of Georgia designated the entirety of US 27 Bus/SR 1 as "Scenic Hometown Highway", for 'tourism enhancement purposes'.[68] Also in 2011, with the same designation, the portion of US 27/SR 1 between Shields Crossing (near Chickamauga) was designated as "Roy Parrish Parkway", honoring a prominent resident of Walker County.[68]

Major intersectionsEdit

CountyLocationmi[4]kmDestinationsNotes
Decatur0.0000.000  US 27 south (SR 63) – TallahasseeSouthern terminus of SR 1; US 27 continues into Florida concurrent with SR 63.
1.2261.973  SR 262 north – ClimaxSouthern terminus of SR 262
6.34910.218    US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north to SR 241 – AttapulgusSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
9.22514.846    US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south to SR 241 – AttapulgusNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
Bainbridge18.62729.977     US 84 east / SR 38 east / US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north (South Tallahassee Road) – Cairo, Bainbridge, Bainbridge College, Historical DistrictInterchange; south end of US 84/SR 38 concurrency; southern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
19.239–
19.436
30.962–
31.279
   SR 97 (Faceville Highway) / SR 309 – Fowlstown, FacevilleInterchange
20.40932.845   US 84 Bus. east / SR 38 Bus. east (Shotwell Street) / South Old Quincy Road south / Boat Basin Circle west – BainbridgeInterchange; western terminus of US 84 Bus./SR 38 Bus.; northern terminus of South Old Quincy Road; eastern terminus of Boat Basin Circle; South Old Quincy Road is former SR 97 Conn.
21.07933.923  SR 253 (Spring Creek Road)Interchange
21.76735.031    US 84 west (SR 38 west) / US 27 Bus. south (SR 1 Bus. south) to SR 253 Spur – Bainbridge, Donalsonville, Dothan, ALInterchange; north end of US 84/SR 38 concurrency; northern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
MillerColquitt40.39665.011  SR 310 south (Grow Street) – BrinsonNorthern terminus of SR 310
40.60265.343   
    SR 91 Spur north / SR 45 Truck north / SR 91 Truck north (Fourth Street)
South end of SR 45 Truck/SR 91 Truck concurrency; southern terminus of SR 91 Spur
41.12366.181  SR 45 Conn. north (First Street)Southern terminus of SR 45 Conn.
41.33066.514   SR 45 north / SR 91 north (College Street) – Arlington, NewtonNorth end of SR 45 Truck/SR 91 Truck concurrency; south end of SR 45/SR 91 concurrency
42.53968.460   SR 45 south / SR 91 south – Iron City, DonalsonvilleNorth end of SR 45/SR 91 concurrency
EarlyBlakely59.03895.012   US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north (South Main Street) – BlakelySouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
60.29797.039  SR 200 (Damascus Street) – Blakely, Damascus
60.65897.620  SR 62 (Magnolia Street) – Columbia, Arlington, Blakely
61.43498.868   SR 62 Byp. (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) to SR 39 north – Blakely
62.699100.904   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south (North Main Street) – Blakely, Kolomoki Mounds State ParkNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
ClaySuttons Corner77.177124.204  SR 37 – Fort Gaines, Edison
RandolphCuthbert88.205141.952   US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north – Cuthbert, Andrew College, Historic DistrictSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
88.568142.536  SR 216 south – Carnegie, Edison, ArlingtonNorthern terminus of SR 216
90.398145.481   US 82 / SR 50 – Cuthbert, Shellman, Dawson, Andrew College
92.326148.584   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south – CuthbertNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
StewartLumpkin110.740178.219  SR 27 – Georgetown, Richland, Lumpkin
111.063178.739  SR 39 Conn. – Providence Canyon State Park, Florence Marina State Park
118.320190.418  SR 39 west – Omaha, Florence Marina State Park, Kirbo Educational Center
  SR 1 Conn. south – LumpkinNorthern terminus of SR 1 Conn.
ChattahoocheeCusseta129.748208.809   US 280 east / SR 520 east – Richland, AlbanySouth end of US 280/SR 520 concurrency
130.732210.393Broad StreetFormer SR 520 Bus. east
Fort Benning131.261211.244  SR 26 east – Buena Vista, Camp Darby, Andersonville National Historic SiteWestern terminus of SR 26
8th Division Road Access PointInterchange
MuscogeeCuster Road – Sand Hill, 192nd & 198thInterchange
141.314227.423   I-185 north (SR 411) – Fort Benning, LaGrange, AirportI-185 exit 1
Columbus146.742236.158   US 280 west / SR 520 west (4th Street) – Phenix City, AlabamaNorth end of US 280/SR 520 concurrency
147.908238.035  SR 22 Spur east (13th Street) – Phenix City, TalbottonWestern terminus of SR 22 Spur
  SR 85 north (14th Street)Southern terminus of SR 85
149.713240.940  SR 219 north (River Road)Southern terminus of SR 219
150.650242.448    US 27 Alt. north / SR 85 (Manchester Expressway) to I-185 – Waverly Hall, Columbus TechSouthern terminus of US 27 Alt.
153.829247.564     US 80 / SR 22 (J.R. Allen Parkway) / SR 540 (Fall Line Freeway) to I-185 – Phenix City, MaconUS 80/SR 22 exit 4
HarrisCataula163.347262.882  SR 315 east – EllerslieSouth end of SR 315 concurrency
163.457263.059   SR 315 west to I-185North end of SR 315 concurrency
Kingsboro166.944268.670  SR 208 east – Waverly HallWestern terminus of SR 208
Hamilton171.294275.671  SR 116 west – West PointSouth end of SR 116 concurrency
171.425275.882  SR 116 east – ShilohNorth end of SR 116 concurrency
175.309282.132  SR 190 east – Warm Springs, ManchesterWestern terminus of SR 190
Pine Mountain178.406287.117   
    SR 354 / SR 18 Truck west to I-185 – West Point, FDR State Park, Liberty Bell Pool
South end of SR 18 Truck concurrency
179.388288.697  SR 18 west (Harris Street) – West PointNorth end of SR 18 Truck concurrency; south end of SR 18 concurrency
179.701289.201  SR 18 east – Greenville, Warm SpringsNorth end of SR 18 concurrency
Troup188.959304.100  I-185 (SR 411) – Columbus, AtlantaI-185 exit 42
LaGrange193.644311.640  I-85 (SR 403) – Montgomery, AtlantaI-85 exit 14
194.430312.905  SR 14 Spur (Davis Road) – Whitesville, Hogansville
196.251315.835  SR 219 south (Whitesville Road) – WhitesvilleSouth end of SR 219 concurrency
196.668316.506     US 29 south / SR 14 south / SR 109 (LaFayette Parkway) to I-85 – West Point Lake, GreenvilleSouth end of US 29/SR 14 concurrency
196.720316.590   SR 219 north / SR 14 Conn. south (Greenville Street) – West PointNorth end of SR 219 concurrency
197.419317.715   US 29 north / SR 14 north (Commerce Avenue) – HogansvilleNorth end of US 29/SR 14 concurrency
207.489333.921  SR 54 east – HogansvilleWestern terminus of SR 54
Heard211.871340.973  SR 100 south – HogansvilleSouth end of SR 100 concurrency
214.278344.847  SR 100 north – Franklin, BowdonNorth end of SR 100 concurrency
Franklin216.143347.848  SR 34 – Franklin, Bowdon, NewnanInterchange
CarrollRoopville228.946368.453  SR 5 – Roopville, Tyus, Whitesburg
Carrollton236.695380.924    US 27 Alt. south / SR 16 east / SR 166 – Bowdon, Atlanta, Newnan, University of West Georgia, West Georgia Technical CollegeInterchange; south end of SR 16 concurrency; northern terminus of US 27 Alt.
South Street – Historic DowntownInterchange
238.363383.608  SR 16 west (Alabama Street) – Mount ZionNorth end of SR 16 concurrency
239.826385.963   SR 113 north to I-20 – TempleSouthern terminus of SR 113
239.826385.963  SR 166 Conn. east (Linda Lane) – University of West GeorgiaWestern terminus of SR 166 Conn.
Bremen247.305397.999  I-20 (SR 402) – Birmingham, AtlantaI-20 exit 11
247.635398.530   US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north – Bremen, Bremen Business DistrictSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
Haralson249.189401.031   US 78 / SR 8 – Tallapoosa, Waco, Bremen
252.195405.869   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south – BremenNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
254.833410.114   US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north (Cedartown Street) – Buchanan, Buchanan Business DistrictSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
255.973411.949  SR 120 – Buchanan, Dallas
257.285414.060   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south – Buchanan, Buchanan Business DistrictNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
Polk269.089433.057  SR 100 south – TallapoosaSouth end of SR 100 concurrency
Cedartown271.122436.329   US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north (South Main Street) – Cave Spring, Cedartown Business DistrictSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
272.330438.273    US 278 west / SR 6 west / SR 100 north (MLK Jr. Boulevard) – CedartownNorth end of SR 100 concurrency; south end of US 278/SR 6 concurrency
274.077441.084   US 278 east / SR 6 east – RockmartInterchange; north end of US 278/SR 6 concurrency
276.346444.736   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. south (North Main Street) – Cedartown, Cedartown Business DistrictNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
Floyd285.227459.028  SR 1 Loop westInterchange
Six Mile286.004460.279   US 411 south / SR 53 west – Cave Spring, Centre, AL, Gadsden, AL, Georgia School for the DeafSouth end of US 411 and SR 53 concurrencies
RomeDarlington Drive / Old Lindale Road – Georgia Northwestern Technical CollegeInterchange
Maple RoadInterchange; southbound exit and northbound entrance
290.595467.667    US 411 north / SR 20 east to SR 101 (Dean Avenue) – Cartersville, Atlanta, RockmartInterchange; north end of US 411 concurrency; south end of SR 20 concurrency
291.539469.187  SR 101 (East 2nd Avenue) / East 12th Street – RockmartInterchange
292.872471.332  SR 53 east (MLK Boulevard) – Calhoun, ShannonNorth end of SR 53 concurrency
  SR 293 south (Broad Street) – KingstonNorthern terminus of SR 293
293.994473.137   SR 20 west (Turner McCall Boulevard) / SR 101 south (Martha Berry Boulevard) – Coosa, Centre, AL, Rockmart, Shorter UniversityNorth end of SR 20 concurrency
295.345475.312    SR 1 Loop (Veterans Memorial Highway) to SR 20 – Baseball Stadium, Chieftains Museum Major Ridge Home, Redmond Regional Medical Center
Armuchee302.796487.303  SR 140 east – AdairsvilleWestern terminus of SR 140
303.603488.602  SR 156 east – CalhounWestern terminus of SR 156
ChattoogaSummerville316.608509.531   SR 100 south / SR 114 west (Lyerly Highway) – LyerlyNorthern terminus of SR 100; eastern terminus of SR 114
316.695509.671  SR 48 west – MenloEastern terminus of SR 48
Walker325.904524.492   SR 151 north to I-75 – RinggoldSouthern terminus of SR 151
331.061532.791  SR 337 south (Shattuck Industrial Boulevard)Northern terminus of SR 337
LaFayette332.808535.603    US 27 Bus. north / SR 1 Bus. north – LaFayette, AirportSouthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
333.578536.842    SR 136 east / SR 193 north – LaFayette, Calhoun, Hutcheson Medical CenterSouth end of SR 136 concurrency; southern terminus of SR 193
336.053540.825   US 27 Bus. south / SR 1 Bus. southNorthern terminus of US 27 Bus./SR 1 Bus.
336.507541.556  SR 136 west – Trenton, Cloudland Canyon State ParkNorth end of SR 136 concurrency
Rock Springs342.097550.552  SR 95 south – CatlettNorthern terminus of SR 95
Catoosa
No major junctions
WalkerFairview352.348567.049  SR 2 west – Lookout MountainInterchange; south end of SR 2 concurrency
CatoosaFort Oglethorpe353.136568.317   SR 2 east (Battlefield Parkway) to I-75 – RinggoldNorth end of SR 2 concurrency
353.723569.262  SR 146 east (Cloud Springs Road) – RinggoldJames H. Chandler Memorial Intersection
WalkerRossville356.088573.068  US 27 north (Rossville Boulevard / SR 27 / SR 29) – ChattanoogaNorthern terminus of SR 1, US 27 continues into Tennessee concurrent with SR 27
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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