Alabama State Routes
Cataloged below are state routes covered at AARoads. Hidden state routes such as Alabama 3 (U.S. 31), Alabama 13 (U.S. 43), and Alabama 57 (U.S. 45) are covered on their respective U.S. Highway guides.
|Highway||South/West End||North/East End||Mileage|
|8||Cuba||Georgia state line||217.887|
|14||Mississippi state line||Opelika||218.289|
|17||Mobile||Tennessee state line||346.562|
|21||Florida state line||Piedmont||279.296|
|22||Safford||Georgia state line||168.543|
|41||Florida state line||Selma||127.484|
|49||Franklin||Talladega National Forest||82.684|
|56||Mississippi state line||Wagerville||27.696|
|59||Alabama 182 - Gulf Shores||Alabama 21 - Uriah||93.670|
|86||Mississippi state line||Gordo||27.396|
|100*||Alabama 15 - Andalusia||U.S. 84 - Andalusia||1.6|
|112*||Bay Minette||Florida state line||30.2|
|113||Florida state line||Barnett Crossroads||15.457|
|115||Alabama 9||U.S. 280||3.250|
|129||U.S. 43 - north of Fayette||Alabama 13 - Haleyville||41.191|
|135||Alabama 182 - Gulf Shores||Alabama 180 - Gulf Shores||2.138|
|137||Florida state line||U.S. 29||13.997|
|149||U.S. 280 - Mountain Brook||U.S. 31 - Birmingham||8.145|
|152||Interstate 65 - Montgomery||U.S. 231 & Alabama 21 - Montgomery||6.605|
|158||U.S. 45 - Kushla||Sarland||9.280|
|161||Alabama 182 - Orange Beach||Alabama 180 - Orange Beach||1.716|
|163||Alabama 193||U.S. 90 - Mobile||11.104|
|177||U.S. 43 - Jackson||U.S. 43 - Jackson||5.160|
|180||Fort Morgan||Orange Beach||32.184|
|181||Weeks Bay||Spanish Fort||18.235|
|182||Pine Beach||Florida state line (Florida 292)||17.046|
|188||Grand Bay||Heron Bay||19.686|
|193||Dauphin Island||Tillman's Corner||26.012|
|195||Alabama 13 - Haleyville||Alabama 5 - Jasper||41.179|
|217||Eight Mile||Mobile County 96||26.119|
|233||Alabama 129 - Glen Allen||U.S. 278 - near Sunny Home||14.561|
|275||Bemiston (Talladega)||northwest Talladega||3.495|
|281||Talladega National Forest||U.S. 78||26.334|
|287||Bay Minette||Interstate 65||6.370|
|* - decommissioned
Source: ALDOT Milepost Maps
SR 52 originates in southeastern Alabama to the southwest of the Geneva County seat of Geneva. The highway extends north from CR 185 (former SR 185) to the northeast of De Funiak Springs, Florida. Traveling five miles, SR 52 meets SR 196 at Geneva.
Continuing east from Geneva, Alabama 52 heads to Hartford, Slocomb and Malvern before reaching the Dothan belt line. A four mile stretch, from near the Geneva/Houston County line to U.S. 231, was four-laned. Within Dothan, the state route travels through Downtown, emerging from the city en route to Webb and the Georgia state line near Columbia.
|The western terminus of Alabama 52 in Downtown Opp at U.S. 331. Traffic turning onto U.S. 331 northbound encounters U.S. 84 in a short distance as the two highways overlap through Downtown. Photo taken 11/25/01.|
Alabama 66 acts as a connector between Alabama 28 and 5 between Consul and Safford. Totaling just nine miles, the highway comprises part of a longer route between Linden and Selma.
|An end shield stands at the eastern terminus with Alabama 22 in Safford. Traffic turning to the east meets the eastbound beginning of Alabama 22 in one mile. Photo taken 08/10/02.|
A lengthy state route, Alabama 69 originates at Alabama 177 in the Clark County seat of Jackson. Following a northerly course, Alabama 69 traverses rurals areas of the Black Belt region to Tuscaloosa, where it combines with I-359 and a U.S. 43. Northern reaches of the route extend to U.S. 431 at Guntersville.
|The southern terminus of Alabama 69 at Alabama 177 (former U.S. 43), just north of Downtown Jackson. Photo taken 02/10/02.|
Alabama 84 runs 24 miles north from the Conecuh County seat of Evergreen to Alabama 47 at Midway. Beyond an interchange with I-65, the state route is rural.
|Southbound Alabama 83 concludes at U.S. 31 & 84 in Evergreen. Photo taken 04/21/01.|
Alabama 124 travels 11 miles between U.S. 78 and Alabama 69 in Walker County. The east end of Alabama 102 ties into the route at Towney.
|Alabama 124 concludes at Alabama 118 (signed here still as part of U.S. 78), near Interstate 22 east of Carbon Hill. The state route parallels I-22 from this intersection eastward to Alabama 69, just south of the Exit 61. Photo taken 09/25/03.|
SR 154 constitutes a rural route traveling 32 miles from Coffeeville and U.S. 84 northeastward to U.S. 43 at Thomasville in Clark County.
|End Alabama 154 shield posted at U.S. 43, a four-lane commercial arterial in Thomasville. Photo taken 08/10/02.|
SR 156 travels seven miles east from SR 17 at Jachin to SR 14 miles at Pennington. Staying within Choctaw County, the route traverses mostly pine forest land.
|Alabama 156 west ends at a rural intersection with Alabama 17 in the community of Jachin. Photo taken 08/10/02.|
SR 175 is a five mile connector in Perry County between SR 5 and SR 183 outside of Marion and near Talladega National Forest.
|SR 175 ends at SR 5 as it travels out of the Marion vicinity to the community of Heilberger and Talladega National Forest. Photo taken 08/10/02.|
A ten mile route, SR 199 heads north from SR 81 and Tuskegee to SR 14 near Liberty City. Remaining wholly within Macon County, SR 199 crosses over Interstate 85 without an interchange.
|The first Alabama 199 shield stands just west of Alabama 81 and three miles north of the Macon County seat of Tuskegee. Photo taken 08/22/03.|
Alabama 229 begins at Interstate 85 near Milsted and travels 21 miles north to Alabama 63. The state route serves the communities of Tallassee, Burlington, Kent, and Red Hill in Elmore County.
|The first confirmjng marker for Alabama 229 north appears just beyond the interchange with Interstate 85 (Exit 26). Photo taken 04/21/01.|
Alabama 263 runs 15 miles north from Alabama 185 at north Greenville to Alabama 21 at the rural settlement of Braggs.
|Alabama 185 turns from Fort Deposit to the northeast to overtake the south end of Alabama 263 en route to I-65 and the Butler Couny seat of Greenville. Photo taken 10/01/03.|
- 2001-04-21 by AARoads.
- 2001-11-25 by AARoads and Adam Froehlig.
- 2002-02-10 by AARoads.
- 2002-08-10 by AARoads.
- 2003-08-22 by AARoads and Justin Cozart.
- 2003-09-25 by AARoads.
- 2003-10-01 by AARoads.
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