Split into two parts, Gadsden County Road 268 provides alternate routes from the city of Quincy with Gretna to the west and Midway to the east. The western branch originates from CR 269 at Rosedale to the south of Chattahoochee. Traveling 16.75 miles, CR 268 runs along Hardaway Highway east to Hardaway and Church Street through Gretna. Soloman Dairy Road arcs CR 268 southeast onto N 14th Street in Quincy from Gretna.
The eastern leg initially runs south along Adams Street from U.S. 90/SR 12 and SR 267 at Downtown Quincy. The 11.60 mile segment weaves southeast along High Bridge Road to CR 65B (Old Federal Road) and the city of Midway. Martin Luther King Boulevard leads CR 268 to U.S. 90 across from CR 159 (Dover Road) in Midway.
CR 268 eastbound reaches the Hardaway community at the intersection of Faircloth Road north and Hardaway Road 2 south.
CR 268A (Cochran Road) connects CR 268 with CR 270A (Flat Creek Road) to the north of Greensboro.
CR 268 shifts onto Pat Thomas Parkway from N 14th Street in Quincy, one block ahead of U.S. 90/SR 12 (Jefferson Street) at SR 267 south.
CR 268 extends Adams Street south from SR 267 where it joins U.S. 90/SR 12 (Jefferson Street) west.
Advancing west from U.S. 90 in Gretna, CR 268 (Church Street) intersects CR 270 (Bassett Road) south.
One of several branches of CR 270 posted in Gadsden County, this segment winds 2.85 miles southwest to SR 12 (Greensboro Highway) near Interstate 10.
The northern branch of CR 379 follows Mt. Pleasant Road 6.23 miles from CR 268 to U.S. 90 at Mt. Pleasant and the Georgia state line south of Faceville.
CR 269A (Lincoln Drive) provides a direct route to the city of Chattahoochee from CR 268 (Hardaway Highway) west.
02/21/10, 05/14/14, 11/24/15 by AARoads
Page Updated 04-22-2020.