Alabama 113 provides one of the main routes to Pensacola, Florida from Interstate 65 through Escambia County. The state route leads south from I-65 to U.S. 29 and Century, Florida. The importance of the route for logging interests, hurricane evacuations, and tourist traffic to the Emerald Coast led to the widening of the route from Flomaton north to I-65 between September 11, 2007 and November 13, 2008. The four-lane highway was originally planned in 1967.


U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 north
Northbound U.S. 29 at the Alabama/Florida state line and beginning of Alabama 113 northbound. Photo taken 11/25/01.
A 1968-built bridge carries U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 over both a CSX Railroad line and Ringgold Street into the Flomaton street grid. Photo taken 06/21/05.
College Street travels two blocks west from McCurdy Street to intersect U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 (Flomaton Boulevard) at a signalized intersection. Continuing west, the street becomes Escambia County 2 and Old Atmore Road en route to U.S. 31 near Wawbeek. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Poplar Street follows in one block to link U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 with parallel Palafox Street to the east and Ringgold Street to the west. The tandem meet U.S. 31 in two blocks. Photo taken 10/06/12.
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 (Flomaton Boulevard) joins U.S. 31 north from Flomaton Boulevard for a one-mile overlap. U.S. 31 enters Flomaton from Atmore, 14 miles to the west. Photo taken 04/13/12.
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A bank of shields, relocated from a traffic island to the north end of the intersection by 2005, directs motorists at the U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 merge with U.S. 31 north in Flomaton. This intersection represents the historic northern terminus of the original U.S. 331. Until 1934, U.S. 331 constituted a short route between Pensacola, Florida and Flomaton, Alabama. That routing was replaced with a southward extension U.S. 29. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 11/25/01.
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 north
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Reassurance markers posted for U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 just east of their merge in Flomaton. The trio was widened from two to five lanes between the Alabama 113 legs in 2002. Photo taken 08/24/02. Second photo taken 04/13/12.
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 next cross the Big Escambia Creek over the F.P. "Skippy" White Bridge South. Photo taken 06/21/05.
Northbound mileage sign posted 14 miles southwest of the U.S. 29 and 31 split at Brewton. Evergreen is 41 miles away via U.S. 31. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Escambia County 25 stems north from Railroad Street / Van Hoosen Road in Flomaton to Stanley Crossroads. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Approaching the split of Alabama 113 north from U.S. 29 & 31. U.S. 29 & 31 continue east toward Pollard and McCall. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Alabama 113 represents one of two four-lane divided highways leading north to Interstate 65 in Escambia County. Widening of the two-lane highway north to Exit 69 of Interstate 65 occurred between September 11, 2007 and November 12, 2008. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Alabama 113 travels 13.5 miles from U.S. 29 & 31 at Flomaton to Interstate 65 and Escambia County 17 near Barnett Crossroads. The four-lane divied highway acts as the main hurricane evacuation route for Pensacola, Florida. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Alabama 113 north
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Leaving U.S. 29 & 31, Alabama 113 angles northwest and exits Flomaton for an otherwise rural drive to Interstate 65. Speed limits increase to 65 mph outside the city limits. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
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Alabama 113 replaced the routing of Escambia County 27 north from Flomaton when it was constructed in the 1970s. Escambia County 27 exists north from the state route near Escambia County 6 along Sardine Road Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
County Road 6 quickly approaches northbound drivers along Alabama 113 after the split with CR-27. Photo taken 04/13/12.
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Escambia County 6 travels west to CR-25 and east to Osaka, U.S. 29 & 31 and Pollard. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
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Alabama 113 continues northward from County Road 6. Pine tree farms line both sides of the state route to Pineview and Interstate 65. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
Lowering to a crossing of Hall Creek at milepost 7 along Alabama 113 north. Photo taken 04/13/12.
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Escambia County 18 crosses paths with Alabama 113 at the settlement of Pineview. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
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Heading west, County Road 18 leads to County Road 27 (Sardine Road) near Stanley Crossroads. Foshee Road east carries CR-18 to Foshee and U.S. 29 & 31 outside Brewton. Photo taken 04/13/12. Second photo taken 06/21/05.
Alabama 113 angles northwest from Pineview on the 5.6-mile drive to Interstate 65. Photo taken 06/21/05.
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A handful of traveler services line Alabama 113 on the approach to Interstate 65. The state route gains a center turn lane from County Road 17 north to the northbound freeway ramp. Photo taken 06/21/05. Second photo taken 04/13/12.
Interstate 65 travels nearly 28 miles through northwestern Escambia County on the drive between Mobile and Montgomery. A diamond interchange (Exit 69) joins the freeway with SR-113. Photo taken 06/21/05.
The 2008-completed four-laning of Alabama 113 concludes at the northbound on-ramp to Interstate 65. The 1960 overpass above Interstate 65 was unchanged during that road work. Photo taken 04/13/12.
Alabama 113 concludes at the north end of the Interstate 65 interchange. Escambia County 17 (Barnett Highway) continues the alignment north to Barnett Crossroads, CR 40 and Conecuh County. Photo taken 10/04/01.
Alabama 113 south
The first southbound shield posted for Alabama 113 as the highway expands to four lanes between Interstate 65 and County Road 17 (Stanley Road). Stanley Road leads southward to Stanley Crossroads, CR 25 and CR 27. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Approaching Escambia County 18 along Alabama 113 southbound at Pineview. Photo taken 07/31/11.
County Road 18 follows Foshee Road west to County Road 27 (Sardine Road) near Stanley Crossroads. Eastward the county highway continues to Foshee and U.S. 29 & 31 on the outskirts of Brewton. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Reassurance shield for Alabama 113 posted south of Pineview. Much of the land adjacent to the four-lane highway is pine forest farms. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Alabama 113 lowers to cross Hall Creek. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Escambia County 6 crosses Alabama 113 from County Road 25 to the west en route to Osaka, U.S. 29 & 31 and Pollard. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Alabama 113 shield posted south of County Road 6. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Escambia County 27 (Sardine Road) ends at SR 113 south of CR 6. SR 113 replaced CR 27 leading south into Flomaton, though portions of the former alignment remain in service as Old Sardine Road. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Entering the city limits of Flomaton along Alabama 113 south. Speed limits quickly drop and the four-lane divided highway transitions into a five-lane arterial. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Nearing the southbound merge of Alabama 113 with U.S. 29 & 31 south at Flomaton. Photo taken 06/25/12.
U.S. 29 & 31 combine for 14.4 miles between Flomaton and Brewton. Alabama 113 follow the tandem to their split and U.S. 29 south to Century, Florida. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Alabama 113 turns right onto U.S. 29 & 31 ahead of their crossing of the Escambia River U.S. 29 & 31 constitute a four-lane corridor east to downtown Brewton, where they split for East Brewton and Castleberry respectively. Photo taken 07/31/11.
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 south
U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 curve southwest from their merge and continue as a five-lane arterial toward central Flomaton. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Escambia County 25 crosses paths with the trio ahead of Big Escambia Creek. Photo taken 07/31/11.
County Road 25 spurs southeast to Van Hoosen Road and Railroad Street west in Flomaton. Northward, CR-25 meanders along Upper Creek Road to Stanley Crossroads. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Spanning the Big Escambia Creek along the F.P. "Skippy" White Bridge South on U.S. 29-31 & Alabama 113 south. This bridge opened in 2002 as part of a project to widen the US Highways between the Alabama 113 legs. Photo taken 07/31/11.
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 turn southward onto Flomaton Boulevard from U.S. 31 toward the city center. Photo taken 07/31/11.
Alabama 113 remains cosigned with U.S. 29 south to Century, Florida. U.S. 31 continues west to Wawbeek, Canoe, Malta and downtown Atmore. Photo taken 06/25/12.
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 south
U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 follow Flomaton Boulevard south from U.S. 31 to the Florida state line. Photo taken 06/25/12.
Three blocks south of U.S. 31, Flomaton Boulevard sees a traffic light with Poplar Street. Poplar Street connects U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 with Ringold Street to the west and Palafox Street to the east. Photo taken 07/31/11.
College Street intersects U.S. 29 & Alabama 113 (Flomaton Boulevard) near the town center. College Street stems west to become Escambia County 2 en route to Old Atmore Road and U.S. 31 near Wawbeek. Photo taken 09/27/08.
Alabama 113 end shield posted after Flomaton Boulevard passes over the CSX Railroad ahead of the state line. Photo taken 07/31/11.
U.S. 29 transitions to Century Boulevard in Escambia County, Florida. The road continues as a five-lane arterial through Century, remaining a rural route southward to Cantonment. Photo taken 07/31/11.



Photo Credits:

  • 10/04/01 by AARoads.
  • 11/25/01 by AARoads and Adam Froehlig.
  • 08/24/02 by AARoads.
  • 06/21/05 by AARoads.
  • 09/27/08 by AARoads.
  • 07/31/11 by AARoads.
  • 04/13/12 by AARoads.
  • 06/25/12 by AARoads.
  • 10/06/12 by AARoads.

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U.S. 31

Page Updated 10-08-2012.