State Road 162 extends east from the I-10 off-ramp to SR 61 (Thomasville Road) 0.29 miles to U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE). Following Raymond Diehl Road, SR 162 constitutes a four lane, divided arterial. The state road also joins both U.S. 319 and SR 61 with Interstate 10 eastbound.
||Linking SR 61 (Thomasville Road) with Interstate 10 east, SR 162 is unsigned along Raymond Diehl Road. Photo taken 03/13/10. |
||Interstate 10 leaves the Tallahassee area beyond the succeeding exit with U.S. 90 (Mahan Drive). The rural freeway continues toward Madison and Live Oak. Photo taken 12/03/10. |
||State Road 162 (Raymond Diehl Road) intersects Lonnbladh Road south ahead of U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE). Capital Circle constitutes an arterial beltway around Tallahassee. Photo taken 03/13/10. |
||U.S. 319 combines with SR 61 (Thomasville Road) north of I-10 en route to Thomasville, Georgia. South from Tallahassee, U.S. 319 continues to Crawfordville and the Forgotten Coast. Photo taken 03/13/10. |
||SR 162 leads west from U.S. 319 (Capital Circle NE) to a loop ramp for Interstate 10 eastbound. Photo taken 05/16/16. |
|SR 162 connects both U.S. 319 and SR 61 (Thomasville Road) with Interstate 10 east to Lake City and Jacksonville. Photos taken 05/16/16. |
||Raymond Diehl Road proceeds west from the I-10 entrance ramp to SR 61 (Thomasville Road). Photo taken 05/12/15. |
||SR 61 (Thomasville Road) north merges with U.S. 319 nearby, forming the hidden state road component of the highway northward to the Georgia state line. SR 61 follows Thomasville Road southwest to U.S. 27 ahead of Downtown and the State Capitol. Photo taken 05/12/15. |
03/13/10, 12/03/10, 05/12/15, 05/16/16 by AARoads
State Road 61
Page Updated 05-04-2020.