State Road 14 connects Interstate 10 with the city of Madison. The 3.91 mile route extends northeast from County Road 14 to SR 53 (Duval Avenue) at Millinor Street. CR 14 travels 22.85 miles southwest to Hopewell, Shady Grove and U.S. 19/27 at Eridu. A separate branch of CR 14 runs 16.42 miles south from CR 257A at the Taylor County line to Cabbage Grove, U.S. 98 north of Scanlon and Econfina Landing along the Econfina River.
Taylor County Road 14A comprises a 3.17 mile long loop west of Shady Grove. CR 14A parallels the Econfina River south from CR 14 (Allen Wentworth Road) along Ira L. Smith Road.
CR 14 (Allen Wentworth Road) east at CR 14A (Ira L. Smith Road) east and Frank Morgan Road north.
CR 14 remains north of the Econfina River and advances 3.1 miles east from the west end of CR 14A to the east end.
CR 14A (Ira L. Smith Road) converges with CR 14 (Allen Wentworth Road) leading east into the community of Shady Grove.
CR 14 crosses a Georgia & Florida Company Railroad line ahead of the stop sign with U.S. 221.
U.S. 221 is a rural route traveling north to Greenville and Quitman, Georgia and south to Perry.
Confirming marker posted beyond the east end of Madison County Road 158 (Sundown Creek Road).
CR 360A branches north from SR 14, 3.51 miles to M.L. King, Jr. Drive at U.S. 90 (Base Street) in Madison.
SR 14 follows Millinor Street two tenths of a mile east from Range Avenue to SR 53 (Duval Street).
SR 14 enters a diamond interchange (Exit 251) with Interstate 10 just south of the merge with CR 360A.
Despite a state road confirming marker, SR 14 ends and CR 14 begins west of the exchange with Interstate 10.
CR 14 runs along a bluff between Hankings Prairie and Piddlins Lake on the ensuing stretch southwest of I-10.
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Page Updated 04-24-2020.